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Selling a US Spec car to Norway

Discussion in 'Model S' started by PeterB, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. PeterB

    PeterB Member

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    So, not that we really have any interest in selling our car, BUT a car dealer client in Norway has inquired about purchasing our Model S at a price that makes it compelling enough to think about.

    Obviously there are a few issues with this possibility including:

    1. Warranty - Tesla has told me that the Warranty will NOT transfer overseas
    2. Odometer/Speedo - The local service center says it CAN be switched to Kilometers
    3. Charging - Tesla has told me that there MAY be issues with charging that should be looked into
    4. Data Connectivity - No Idea
    5. Navigation Map Data - No Idea

    So, not sure it's going to work out, but thought it was interesting to post what some differences might be between the US and European Delivery cars.

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  2. FlasherZ

    FlasherZ Sig Model S + Sig Model X + Model 3 Resv

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    Until tethering comes along, I think anything (including service) that depends upon connectivity is not going to work. That presents a catch-22... if you were to ship the car right now, the car wouldn't be able to download the update that would give you the tethering capability.
     
  3. Foleson

    Foleson Member

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    There is one US Model S in Norway (that is not one of the EU demo cars) that was imported by a car dealer called Ferdinand Motor, Ferdinand Motor - Ferdinand Motor AS They've had it for a month's time now and I think they have gotten Norwegian plates on it too. So for questions on "porting" a US Model S to Norway, they are I guess as much expertes on the field as you'll ever find.
     
  4. Plug Me In

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    All the potential issues I would think reside with the Norwegian buyer and that person should be aware of those. If the price is right tell him to come on by with a check in hand!
     

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