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- Feb 13, 2022
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- model 3, silverado
- veterinarian - retired
When I ordered my model 3 in 2016 and took delivery in June of 2018, I had no idea of the price, plus I was paying in Canadian dollars so you can add another 25-30%, plus our HST on top of everything which is 13%! (mind you I did get a provincial government rebate of $14,000 CAD which took 6 months)So if Tesla contacted you, said they had a vehicle for you to buy but didn't tell you how much it costs or what features are included, would you say "yes"?
I definitely would not. I would say I am interested, depending on the configuration and the final price, but who is going to agree to delivery of something that is unknown? It isn't free, and there are purchase terms to work out, including financing and how much of it will be a cash payment.
It doesn't make sense. So I say, B.S.
If we knew the first production configuration and pricing structure, then it would make more sense and might be possible.