10 days ago, I decided to trade in my Model S for a Model X. It was a rushed decision because I got a call on a Friday saying I had "substantial positive equity" in the car, included Supercharging was ending, and prices were going up by 3% on Monday due to exchange rates. Despite the phone call announcing the positive equity, they couldn't give me a trade-in value until late on Sunday night. Under the gun, I decided to order an inventory Model X from Montreal. The salesperson estimated shipping costs to Toronto would be $500 and I gave them the go ahead. I wasn't given any paperwork on that day and I've been asking for the final values of the transaction for over a week. I finally got the Bill Of Sale yesterday and I see they've added $2,000 for "transportation" above the $1.300 for "Destination and Documentation". That $2,000 seems steep to me, especially because I was told $500 and they were waiting so they could ship 3 cars at once. Has anyone else ordered a car from another dealership? What did that add to your agreed price? Edit: I literally just looked at the pre-owned page on TeslaMotors.com and answered my question. Fine print says . "Shipment to your nearest service center may require a transportation fee up to $2,000." So, new question, should I be charged the maximum from Montreal to Toronto?