You get that Full Self-Driving Capability is NOT FSD, right? Just means that it has the computer, but it's gonna cost you to activate it.
No, that's not right. "Full self driving capability" is what is commonly referred to as FSD.You get that Full Self-Driving Capability is NOT FSD, right? Just means that it has the computer, but it's gonna cost you to activate it.
It is factored into the asking price (i.e., you don't pay an additional cost on top of that) but I wouldn't necessarily say it is included for "free." The added cost/value is simply baked into the price.The $10,000 FSD is also included free with almost every used Tesla built since Nov2016 if you buy it on tesla.com
What is this image? It seems to indicate that it's an ADDITIONAL $10,000 to get FSD.
The image was from a NEW car order summary page. I was attempting to show that "full self driving capability" is indeed what is referred to by FSD. On a NEW car, "full self driving capability" is the $10k option.What is this image? It seems to indicate that it's an ADDITIONAL $10,000 to get FSD.
I went back to the Tesla site and again selected Model S, Used, 2020 and that same $93,100 black car showed up, I then clicked Full Self Driving and it was removed from the list... Just saying
Tesla currently appears to be including FSD with every used car they retail that has at least HW 2.0. The rest have AP.
Crazy cool. I guess they found they didn't get as great a take rate on FSD than they did by MAKING customer get it if they want a cheaper Tesla. Another reason to get your used Tesla from Craigslist instead.
Tesla’s used prices with FSD are almost always similar in price as to what private sellers are posting online, even here, without FSD. And you get an extra year of warranty buying from Tesla.
Even more ridiculous are the many private ads that try to sell used for the same price as a NEW one from Tesla.
I can understand why because Tesla has been continuing to lower prices, but don’t expect people to pay the same as a current new for something two years old.
For example, a very quick look at the FS here, the top thread right now was of someone who tried to sell a 2019 SR+ for just $2,000 less (even less difference with some state specific and utility incentives) than 2021 new because the poster originally bought it for $43K. I mean, Performance Model 3 was like $83K or something IIRC when it first came out, and now it’s just $55K.
Yes I noticed this too on tesla.com . Starting yesterday, several used listings are appearing with AP only, not FSD. I noticed it on Model S and Model 3.Update - been waiting to se what happens to prices post-refresh. Tesla shows no preowned inventory directly through the site for me (directs to order new instead). Cars listed through EV-CPO are showing options I haven’t seen before (base autopilot on 2017?). Anyone else seeing this?