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    As I want the resale guaranty on my new S85D, my only financing option is Technology Credit Union (apparently Tesla can't provide their standard financing in CT anymore, despite the fact that I got Tesla/Wells financing 2 years ago on my first Model S). They quoted me 2.99%/66 months for 85% financing (~$82k).
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    FYI, Energy Federal Credit Union just quoted me 1.43% with excellent credit and a hypothetical amount of $50k. Agent said it didn't matter the amount and that they used to get 1.11% last year but it's 1.43% now.

    FYI, DCU just quoted me 1.24% assuming the direct deposit discount of .5%.
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    Is anyone aware of any banks that would lease a Model S, other than the bank Tesla works with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Frustration View Post
    FYI, Energy Federal Credit Union just quoted me 1.43% with excellent credit and a hypothetical amount of $50k. Agent said it didn't matter the amount and that they used to get 1.11% last year but it's 1.43% now.

    FYI, DCU just quoted me 1.24% assuming the direct deposit discount of .5%.
    I believe with DCU, the 1.24% is good for up to 65 months, and up to $75K. Beyond $75K, the amount financed is limited to a percentage of your income.

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    1.99% at PointWest CU in Portland, Oregon for a 72-month loan.

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