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Pricing discrepancy

Discussion in 'Canada' started by sundoc, Jan 11, 2015.

  1. sundoc

    sundoc Member

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    Hello all,

    Not that this changes anything, but just out of curiosity, has anyone else in Toronto noticed a pricing discrepancy between what they paid and what the monroney sticker lists?

    My sticker listing was $15,000 less :)

    After going over it, Scott and I concluded that the missing money is for the 'upgrade' to the 85kWh battery.
     
  2. SCY7H3

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    (I hope I am understanding this correctly)

    Was it originally listed as a 60kWh? If it was an 85kWh and they stated it was upgraded, I'd be a bit curious to understand why. AFAIK, Tesla does not do battery upgrades for a while now, they used to from the 40kWh to 60kWh for a fee and then 60kWh to 85kWh but that was 2 years ago.
     
  3. hingisfan

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    I have seen US pricing on the gov't spec sheet before....The sheet that lists 5 year fuel savings, etc. Had govt of Canada logos on it and everything. Listed parts as 50% US too.
     
  4. sundoc

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    No its weird, its listed as 'standard battery' and then further down the list it reads upgrade to 85kWh battery- included. The cost of going from the base 60 to the 85 is about $15,000, so that's why Scott and I figured the price is off by $15,000.

    I'll try to take a pic and post it when I get home.
     

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