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Would be more interesting if there was mention of a Model Y price cut.A good old fashioned price war, just before reservations convert!
But with no tax credit.I went and checked Tesla.com. Fully loaded, five-seat Model Y = $58, 290.
So in other words, that MME is $60,300 - $7500 = $52,800 vs the $58,290 for the Model Y.Agreed. While this is still apples & oranges, but this timing is an indication that price wars are potentially coming.
I went and checked Tesla.com. Fully loaded, five-seat Model Y = $58, 290 (including remaining available federal rebate).
My First-Edition MME, $60,300 (not including $7,500 rebate).
Will Ford hold, or call?
$2k drop for the 3 and $5k for both the S and the X:The model S dropped $5k and model 3 is down either $2k or $3k. Not sure about X as I have never priced one.
It doesn't mention any price cut on Model Y.A good old fashioned price war, just before reservations convert!
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