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UK 5% increases now live

Discussion in 'The UK and Ireland' started by Dan43, Jan 16, 2017.

  1. Dan43

    Dan43 Member

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    Model S is now £62,000 basic base price and spec.

    Today that equals $74,600

    UK price for Model S up £8,600 in under 6 months.
     
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  2. doublebo7

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    Must be the same for a Model X also. It's getting quite high and there's an Elmer of "premium" that's missing. For example
    The seat base has no extension to the knees, no vibration or massage facility.. footwell is cramped, no fear video entertainment .starting tomuestion its value for money?
     
  3. WannabeOwner

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    Deprecation taken care of? [tick]

    :)
     
  4. Tanflado

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    #4 Tanflado, Jan 16, 2017
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    My man maths tells me an additional £17,000.00 would be my new entry point including the price increases on the options I chose , however I have ordered a MX60 so that includes the £6500 uplift to a 75 which of course is the starting battery spec now.

    Feeling lucky to of got in early , absolutely no way would I of considered this car if the entry price had been where it is now. It now looks a very expensive car and I wonder how that will effect UK sales numbers?
     
  5. doublebo7

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    WOW indeed the MX60 was a relative bargain, wish I had gone with that now. What was the base price...£67k?
     
  6. Tanflado

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    £68,600 less the £4500 government grant.......£64,100
     
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    #7 thegruf, Jan 16, 2017
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    85D Dec '15 fully optioned (excl rear facing seats)
    £80,500

    90D nearest equivalent spec
    £110,000

    okay so you get a LED lights, hepa filter and the new AP hardware and a centre console but
    that's the best part of 30 grand price increase in just over a year
    ouch! :eek:

    at this rate depreciation will turn into appreciation.
     
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  8. Dan43

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    Have prices gone up a little more recently, is an S at £65K now???
     
  9. doublebo7

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    That was with spring suspension I suppose?
    Can you remind me what the PUP, AP, price was at the time and was the upgrade to 75D, Air suspension for free?
     
  10. Tanflado

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    Air suspension deal done at £1100, PUP £3900 and upgraded to EP £4600 (original AP £2200).
    The most notable options jump in price was the cost of AP to EP.......hopefully it will be worth it!
     
  11. doublebo7

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    That's fab so have you then secured a 90D for around £73700?
     

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