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MYP Price Increase?

Did the MYP just increase from $59,990 to $60,990?
 

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I ordered the MYP last month and I am in NY. NY's EV incentive is $2000 under $60k. Which the MYP qualify at $59990. Now the price went up $1000 and the $2000 incentive is gone. Do you guys think they will honor that $2000 incentive from my order? I am pretty sure they will honor the $59990 price. If they don't, I am seriously thinking going to change it to a LR...which i dont want. But thats $4000 difference between having a $2000 off and don't
 
I ordered the MYP last month and I am in NY. NY's EV incentive is $2000 under $60k. Which the MYP qualify at $59990. Now the price went up $1000 and the $2000 incentive is gone. Do you guys think they will honor that $2000 incentive from my order? I am pretty sure they will honor the $59990 price. If they don't, I am seriously thinking going to change it to a LR...which i dont want. But thats $4000 difference between having a $2000 off and don't


I'm in the same situation. I called two store locations and was told that I would still get the 2k.


anyone know how long the order last untill it's canceled? I put the 100$ in dec 2020.
 
I'm in the same situation. I called two store locations and was told that I would still get the 2k.


anyone know how long the order last untill it's canceled? I put the 100$ in dec 2020.
Thats good to know. As long as they keep the price breakdown as it is on our order page, i am fine with it. Otherwise its $15000 differences between a performance and a LR for us in NY, not even counting the extra $3k for winter tire if we go for performance
 
Getting Air Suspension :), one can only dream.
I just got my MYP in December but I would trade in for a new version so fast if it came with air suspension. I don't dislike the regular suspension for city driving but on the highway expansion joints it can get a bit tiring after a while. Not backbreaking by any means but could be more comfortable.
 
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Time for Tesla to roll out a power bump or track mode to justify the premium.
Agreed. I am already on the fence between ordering the LR AWD with acceleration boost and the performance as I live in MN and definitely would need different tires/wheels for the snow as is. If they would differentiate the performance a bit more by making it faster and/or track mode (or something) then I could justify the cost increase. Right now it just makes me want to purchase a LR AWD and buy the boost...
 
[QUOTE="ocdbape, post: 5342831, member: 154695" I am seriously thinking going to change it to a LR...which I don't want. But thats $4000 difference between having a $2000 off and don't[/QUOTE]

I have a LR with Acceleration Boost. I drove my neighbor's MYP and have to tell you, it's a stiffer ride for sure (in a car that's already stiff with the standard suspension and 19" wheels). And my experience back-to-back jives with most comparisons on YouTube showing less than 0.5 sec 0-60 difference between the two. Question you have to ask is how much are you willing to pay for slightly better 0-60, stiffer lowered suspension, bigger brakes and wheels, aluminum pedals, and a spoiler. It's that simple. If that's worth $4000 to you, go for it!
 
[QUOTE="ocdbape, post: 5342831, member: 154695" I am seriously thinking going to change it to a LR...which I don't want. But thats $4000 difference between having a $2000 off and don't

I have a LR with Acceleration Boost. I drove my neighbor's MYP and have to tell you, it's a stiffer ride for sure (in a car that's already stiff with the standard suspension and 19" wheels). And my experience back-to-back jives with most comparisons on YouTube showing less than 0.5 sec 0-60 difference between the two. Question you have to ask is how much are you willing to pay for slightly better 0-60, stiffer lowered suspension, bigger brakes and wheels, aluminum pedals, and a spoiler. It's that simple. If that's worth $4000 to you, go for it![/QUOTE]
Its indeed a tough call. I ordered the MYP because i've never own a performance car. I want to own one and for that price, it was affordable for me and i think it's a bargain. Didn't consider the LR with acceleration boost because it was just $6k different to get the MYP. If i get the LR i will also get the $2k wheel ($10k - $2k wheel - $2k boost for $6k). I don't want to regret for not getting a MYP by saving only $6k. I do have a lexus rx 350 with luxury package if i want comfort. Plus I've been buying fully loaded cars for a while since i want to enjoy the full potential of a car.
Don't get me wrong, if i only have one car then the MYP will be out of the question, base on the fact that it has lower suspension and larger wheels.
 
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Not entirely true. If you wait long enough, they will cancel it.
I ordered in May 2020 and my deadline for taking delivery is March-end this year or else the order will expire.

Where did you hear about this deadline? Mine was Feb 2020, and it's not expired. I still see it in my Tesla account in "Prepare for delivery" status. I got a call from a Tesla rep last month. Told them I can't afford to get the car right now as I am spending on solar + powerwalls. Told them, I will probably take delivery later in the year, and they were okay with that.
 
I ordered the MYP last month and I am in NY. NY's EV incentive is $2000 under $60k. Which the MYP qualify at $59990. Now the price went up $1000 and the $2000 incentive is gone. Do you guys think they will honor that $2000 incentive from my order? I am pretty sure they will honor the $59990 price. If they don't, I am seriously thinking going to change it to a LR...which i dont want. But thats $4000 difference between having a $2000 off and don't
Is it the price without the add-on like white seats, hitch etc? I thought I had to add those on top which would eliminate me from the savings
 

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