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Poll: Will the end of the Referral Program create a demand spike?

Do you think the end of the Referral Program will create a demand spike for Model S?

  • Yes - A large one

    Votes: 1 4.0%
  • Yes - A moderate one

    Votes: 4 16.0%
  • No - Orders will stay about the same

    Votes: 17 68.0%
  • No - Orders will decrease

    Votes: 3 12.0%

  • Total voters
    25
  • Poll closed .

Cattledog

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Feb 9, 2012
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When Tesla announced a price increase at the end of 2012 (or 2013, don't recall) it created a demand spike the last few days of that year before the January 1st increase - do you think the end of the referral discounts will do the same?
 

Cattledog

Active Member
Feb 9, 2012
2,180
2,942
San Antonio, TX
Not enough motivation for me to pull in order.
I can't recall if Tesla published the amount of the increase at the end of the year, I vaguely remember $2,500, but someone else can correct with a better memory - it certainly wasn't less than that. So there's certainly less financial motive this time.
 

Cattledog

Active Member
Feb 9, 2012
2,180
2,942
San Antonio, TX
I wonder if the new news/rumor that Model X Sigs are delayed until next year will push some people (no those Sigs, or maybe, but mostly people sighing and wondering if the X will ever come) to order a Model S?
 

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