In the past, it would be expensive to buy a used car.
You would have to buy an extended warranty or you’d pay a lot of money.
Now, Tesla offers a guarantee that its second-generation Model S electric sedan will only cost you about $5,000 when it’s new.
And it’s only $1,200 when you buy a secondhand Model S. That’s because it was built to last, and because it’s a car that is built for secondhand cars.
Tesla has built the second-gen Model S for the purpose of being able to offer the same kind of value as it offered to the first-gen model.
Tesla also plans to offer this new car for $5,- per kilowatt hour, as well as a free battery pack with every new car purchased.
If you want to buy the new Model S and then have to pay another $1 per kilo, that’s not a big deal.
It’s a smaller price, so it’s easier to afford.
But you’re paying more for the secondhand car and the second hand car is going to cost you more than the new one.
Tesla’s new guarantee is the latest in a long line of promises from the automaker to keep its first-generation cars affordable for second-timers.
Last year, it introduced the Model X crossover SUV for people who want to go farther, and it’s trying to build a more affordable electric car for people looking to go further, too.
It also announced a new line of premium vehicles that will offer longer range and bigger battery packs.
These models will start at about $90,000, and the company says they’ll cost more than a second- and third-generation car.
Tesla is selling its first two cars at the $7,500 price point, and a third car is due out in 2020.