Tesla Cars Bargain Deal! Tesla Model S60, Model X 60 Get Cheaper

Tesla Cars Bargain Deal! Tesla Model S60, Model X 60 Get Cheaper
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If you’ve always wanted to drive a Tesla but at a slightly cheaper price, now is your chance. There is a sort of a Tesla sale going on, and it will only run for a limited time.


Before the much-awaited Model 3, there came the Model S and the Model X. Model S is an all-electric vehicle that Tesla describes as the “most exhilarating sedan on the road.” In fact, when the Ludicrous mode is engaged, the Model S can go from zero to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds.

Meanwhile, Model X is said to be one of the safest SUV’s around. It was designed with Falcon Wings door system to make it easier for parents to strap up their kids as well as get them out. Both vehicle models come with a Bio-Weapon Defense Mode, which filters air inside the vehicle unlike any other. Both vehicles come with the Autopilot feature.

Today, you get a chance to lease both vehicles at a “low” rate than usual. According to Green Car Reports, the least on a 2016 rear-wheel drive Tesla Model S 60 now starts at $667 per month. At the same time, you can also lease the Model S 60D all-wheel drive through this current program.

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Meanwhile, the Tesla Model X 60D with standard all-wheel drive can be leased for a starting rate of $788 per month. You may want to note that the rates only apply to Tesla Model S and Model X vehicles using the 60 kilowatt hour battery packs. The Tesla lease sale will run until the end of September.

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Meanwhile, Tesla buyers can get $1,000 off their purchase by using an existing Tesla owner’s referral code. To avail of the discount, buyers need to get a special personal code from any Tesla owner and enter it at the time of the purchase. You can take advantage of this special Tesla savings from now until October 15.

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