P#5,371 VIN 3319--Performance 85kwh; pearl white; pano roof; black leather; CF interior; 21" silver wheels; tech & sound package; twin chargers--delivered 1/16/2013
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So what are some guesses on what regular service involves? 1) Check tire pressure 2) Top off wiper fluid 3) Replace wiper blades 4) Clean schmoo out of cupholders? 5) Vacuum cheerios from out of back seat?
I'll probably get the full Ranger service plan due to my Central Virginia location but I'm a little disappointed in that it will wipe out any $ savings on gas over the (nearly maintenance free) Prius it will replace. I hope at least they'll be able to do the annual state inspections and remove that hassle from my life.
Everybody seems to concur with the service and extended warranty. I would think about the battery upgrade if there was a very good chance that a 500-1000 mile range battery was expected in the future. $12K would be worth an upgrade to a much higher range battery.
"These go to eleven..."
Warranty/Servicing - official Tesla responses (incl GeorgeB)). As you'll see, it's a little more comprehensive than what you list.
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Roadster Sport 2.5 #1194, XP90D Sig #2 Model X Status updates on twitter
2013 Model S Performance
VIN 5348, Delivered 3/9/13
Pearl White, Black, Pano, 21" Silver, Carbon, Tech, Sound, Twin Chargers
Does anyone know if the 4 year and extended warranties are transferable if sell the car sometime in the future?
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