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    Found these BT TPMS on Amazon.ca

    In case anyone is looking for another source of Bluetooth TPMS, I came across PMC Tire’s listing on Ebay $260 CAD shipped for a set of 4...
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    Should I pull the trigger? Canadian MYP Demo

    https://teslamotorsclub.com/tmc/threads/new-comfort-suspension-switch-over-dates.284493/
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    Should I pull the trigger? Canadian MYP Demo

    1100 is nothing for a demo car. It’s a bit strange seeing as it’s a 2022 model. Perhaps it’s a really late 2022? If it was earlier, it should have racked up many thousands of km. It sounds like a pretty good deal assuming condition is good. It comes down to whether or not you need the car now...
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    Should I pull the trigger? Canadian MYP Demo

    Things to consider: 1) What’s the mileage? As a MYP demo, those are probably “hard” kms. Assume a lot of spirited rides and launches. It would bother me but that’s where the $6200 discount comes in. 2) What is the in-service date? That’s when the 4yr/80k warranty started. Less warranty, hence...
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    Canada extra $5000 discount for taking delivery Dec 21-31, 2022

    The site just provides alerts and also a different way to check inventory. You don’t actually transact with them. The site redirects you to Tesla to buy anything. If you’re asking if the site is up to date, I assume it is. Click on a car and see if it links to an active listing on Tesla.com.
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    Canada extra $5000 discount for taking delivery Dec 21-31, 2022

    $1880 “destination and documentation fee”
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    Canada extra $5000 discount for taking delivery Dec 21-31, 2022

    It’s only 10k free supercharging kms, not 15k. It should be 15k if we were getting equivalent to US where it’s 10k miles. I’m not sure where your sense of fairness comes from. You’re expecting Tesla to extend a current promo to someone who bought a car 14 months ago? Wow.
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    Canada extra $5000 discount for taking delivery Dec 21-31, 2022

    I picked mine up today from Tesla Toronto (Lawrence). No PDI.
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    Canada extra $5000 discount for taking delivery Dec 21-31, 2022

    As someone else confirmed, the credit is indeed a discount off the pre-tax price of the car. So there is also tax savings on the $5k. I’m not familiar with the rules for provincial and federal rebates but I don’t see why you wouldn’t be able to stack them all.
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    Canada extra $5000 discount for taking delivery Dec 21-31, 2022

    Yes and yes. I suggest speaking with an advisor. They have discretion to apply additional incentives to move inventory vehicles, in particular demos. For example, no charge exterior paint, no charge white interior, maybe no charge rim upgrades, etc. They can also remove EAP or FSD. And FYI in...
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    Canada extra $5000 discount for taking delivery Dec 21-31, 2022

    There’s no harm in trying. I hope you’re successful.
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    Canada extra $5000 discount for taking delivery Dec 21-31, 2022

    In the US, the credit is now $7500 if you take delivery by Dec 31.
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    Canada extra $5000 discount for taking delivery Dec 21-31, 2022

    In addition to 10,000 free supercharging kms, Tesla Canada is now offering $5,000 credit for taking delivery of a 3 or Y in the next 10 days before year end. Nice unexpected bonus for us! Appears to align with the $3,750 credit in the US. Lots of cars in inventory now too if you’re looking.
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    Canada $5,000 Referral Credit?!

    Just noticed this on my order too. It’s called a referral credit but it’s actually just a discount to incentivize sales. Here is the language from Tesla Canada website:
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    Model Y Prices starting January 1st

    I think this makes sense. The 20” inductions have to be actively added to the config so buyers are consciously opting for those rims. They wouldn’t want to sell the rims after paying $2k for them. For the MYP, the 21” Uberturbines are included in the package whether you want them or not. Most...
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    When do the 2023 Vins start showing up

    USS cutoff is supposedly tomorrow (Oct 7). It would make more sense as a manufacturing cutoff rather than delivery cutoff. Will be interesting to see if these “early” 2023 VINs still have USS.
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    When do the 2023 Vins start showing up

    All things being equal, if I was buying a used Model Y, I would prefer a 2023 model over a 2022 at the same price. 4 years from now (or whenever buyers of new Y’s decide to sell their cars), prospective buyers then will also prefer 2023 models over 2022 models (at the same price). More likely...
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    FSD price increase - AGAIN!

    $7800 + $11700 = $19500
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    FSD price increase - AGAIN!

    It really undermines Elon’s justification for raising the price of FSD. As you said, EAP isn’t getting new features or functionality so the value isn’t changing. It’s software so presumably supply chain constraints have no impact. The only reason seems to be pure margin.
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    FSD price increase - AGAIN!

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    Good portable air compressor for the Model 3?

    When I was shopping for a tire inflator, I wanted something that could be powered by the 12V accessory socket. In my research, I found that the Model 3 socket is "suitable for accessories requiring up to 12A continuous draw (16A peak)" (taken from the manual). Most compressors I found were rated...
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    Tighten your lug nuts

    129 ft lb of torque. Use a torque wrench.
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    Sentry Mode Turned Itself Off?

    Same issue here, seemingly coincided with the last software update. Sentry mode will turn off 1-2 times/day with no obvious pattern. Error message will pop up on my phone and I’m able to go into the app and turn on Sentry mode right away. Glad to hear I’m not the only one. I guess we wait for a...
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    Wireless charging pad question

    I have the Tesla wireless charger and no problems charging an iPhone X and iPhone 8+, both using thin, clear polycarbonate cases from Amazon. I use the USB splitter made by @Navak so I can charge and use Teslacam at the same time.
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    Custom USB splitter solution for M3

    Ordered! Will be using with Tesla’s own wireless charging pad and iPhone.
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    Custom USB splitter solution for M3

    Do these codes only work for amazon.com? Anything for amazon.ca?
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    2019.40.2 Canadian Release Notes

    Updated to 2019.40.2.1 today in Toronto. Been waiting for the wiper improvements. Excited to try!
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    Tesla recommends cleaning and lubricating all brake calipers every 12 months or 20,000 km

    The extra $43.75 sounds odd. My $175 service included cleaning the pads with a wire brush, removing light surface corrosion (which there was very little of). In fact, this was the only “cleaning” done. My quote prior to the service was $175 and I paid $175.
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    Tesla recommends cleaning and lubricating all brake calipers every 12 months or 20,000 km

    The tech that worked on my car said that Model 3 brakes don’t come pre-lubed from the factory. So ideally, in cold climates where roads are salted, you would have the brakes lubed before the first winter since the major benefit of lube is anti-corrosion and anti-seize. He suggested that the...
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    Tesla recommends cleaning and lubricating all brake calipers every 12 months or 20,000 km

    Tesla mobile service for $175. I only mentioned my winter wheels/tires after the tech arrived and he was more than fine with mounting them at no additional cost. He only cautioned that he had no means of inflating the tires to the right pressure. He also told me that he had recently serviced...
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    Tesla recommends cleaning and lubricating all brake calipers every 12 months or 20,000 km

    Same here. He also lubed my door handles.
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    Tesla recommends cleaning and lubricating all brake calipers every 12 months or 20,000 km

    How much does mobile service charge for swapping in winter rims/tires? Thinking about doing brake service and the swap at the same time.
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    Water in Trunk - 1st time

    Any idea where this water vent is located? I’m still having water ingress issues after my trunk seal was replaced. I find some water after a rainfall on the right hand side, close to the trunk opening.
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    V10 update: 2019.32.12.2 - Release notes same as previous V10 versions

    32.12.2 includes Smart Summon for Canada which was left out of the initial V10 release for us.
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    Just got V10 - Ontario

    Just updated to V10. No FSD, only Enhanced AP.
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    Model 3 Software version 2019.32.x

    Received 32.2.2 da05838 yesterday. Upgraded from 28.x. Haven’t had a chance to drive it yet. Assuming this is the AC odor fix woot!
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    Tesla OEM Wheels

    I picked up a single 18” Aero wheel last November for $250+tax. It came without the Aero cover/TPMS/center cap.
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    Ontario EVIP rebates update

    Same. Got worried for a sec when I saw it.
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    NEMA 14-50 Adapter From Third-party?

    I recently ordered a NEMA 14-30 adapter from Tesla online. Took 5 business days to arrive in Toronto. It shipped out of California.
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    Update 2019.16 Release Notes and Discussion

    Woot - updated tonight. Can’t wait to try out the new toys tomorrow!
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    Anyone order in Feb/March 2018 and paid for AP upgrade and no extra fed rebate?

    Got confused by the thread title which says 2018.
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    2019.12.1 Update

    Got 2019.12.1.2 tonight, up from 2019.8.5. Hopefully fixes the spontaneous screen reboot I’ve been experiencing.
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    The "Federally compliant for incentive" Tesla

    Creating an un-buyable trim level to meet the $45k requirement so that a more expensive version will qualify sure sounds like a giant loophole to me...
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    The "Federally compliant for incentive" Tesla

    So strange. What would the government’s motivation be for putting in this restriction? Isn’t the ultimate goal to incentivize EV uptake? Or is it only to appear “green”, as long as they’re not enabling rich Tesla buyers with a discount or hurting big oil? I guess the emperor has no clothes.
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    The "Federally compliant for incentive" Tesla

    I’d be shocked if Tesla didn’t offer an upgrade path. In the case that they actually don’t and you’re stuck with a 150 km range, it would seem like a terrible buy.
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    The "Federally compliant for incentive" Tesla

    That’s an odd stance. The $5k rebate doesn’t change Tesla’s margins on the $47,600 car. Granted, I totally get they make more money on the SR+, but Elon did say the $35k model would persist off menu. I guess the SR (and SR-) really are unicorns.
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    The "Federally compliant for incentive" Tesla

    If the $47,600 SR (~350 km range) model is still available for purchase, it should qualify for the $5k federal rebate. The existence of the $44,999 SR- (150 km range) model makes this possible. Interesting.
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    Used 2018 Model 3 LR RWD Depreciation

    Base price for LR RWD was $64,100. No EAP or colour upgrades. Likely benefitted from $14k Ontario rebate too.
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    Federal EV coming this budget 2019

    Doesn’t the SR start at $44,999? That’s the only way the federal rebate applies to begin with. You won’t be able to get blue though.
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    Spontaneous reboot while driving

    This has happened 3 times on 2019.8.5. It never happened before in 6 months of ownership. Assume it’s buggy code. Can’t wait for 2019.12.1.1.

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