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Updated 14th JunLast updated 14th Jun by 1850maggie
Autotrader comp Win a Tesla Model 3! The prize up for grabs this month is a brand new Tesla Model 3, worth over £42,000, which car buyers voted “Car of The Year” in 2020’s Auto Tra… Read more
1850maggie

The Tesla has been won. This month is the Twizy as shown above.

GlitchFace

That's one strange model 3

GlitchFace

I hope you dont win, dont want you complaining (cheeky)

ABZ_

Awesome thanks

barnehurst

Cheers

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Updated 14th MayLast updated 14th May by Barry33
Elon Musk has announced that Tesla will no longer be accepting Bitcoin payment towards new vehicle purchases. Due to this, Bitcoin has seen a massive price plunge. It’s a good time… Read more
Barry33

No. But in all honesty it was just a suggestion. I didn't write a paper on it or anything.

Hallsie

So we have to burn more fossil fuels because the green energy is being used for mining??

adamderak

Coinbase is good. Good time to buy tbh.

Misslovely

How do you buy them and know whether the website is genuine?

Barry33

A coin generated by renewable energy being exported to the grid perhaps?

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Updated 9th AprLast updated 9th Apr by optrex10
Tesla Model 3 - Business Contract Hire
Afternoon, i am due to change company cars shortly and quite fancy a Tesla Model 3 Long Range (Polestar 2 Is now way too expensive and im not sure on the mach E) Im looking at 1200… Read more
optrex10

My work allow us to use tusker.. might be worth a look if you want salary sacrifice final salary pensions are very rare these days but if you have one you should stop your salary sacrifice car a set amount of months think it's 3-6 before your retire.

chrb

There is a massive downside with salary sacrifice schemes if your employer contributies a high percentage to your pension schemes. Those who potentially lose a lot include NHS staff

crichtb

Thank you for that, i have found this link if anyone needs it for more info. Octopus Energy

Keith9534

Octopus energy have announced something today which might help you

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Updated 23rd JanLast updated 23rd Jan by HotUKDealsHobo
Tesla Model 3 from £40,490
I think the cheapest this has ever been was £39,990 but it went up to £43,490 for a long time, now there's £3k savings on both the standard (£40,490) and Long Range (was £49,990, n… Read more
HotUKDealsHobo

When i can pick up the performance model for £25k second hand i'll be buying, until then no chance i can afford one. However a few people at work have one and they are great!

taffyjock1

;) you knows it.

f0rtune

ifemanate...? Is that Apple’s latest release?

taffyjock1

An ifemanate dude would say that (strong)

nopartylikeansclubparty

Totally disagree, I'm the exact opposite of a real man, I even agree with the missus sometimes and I drive deisel. My apologies to car manufacturers for this hammer blow to your deisel car sales at this difficult time

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Updated 1st JanLast updated 1st Jan by dwl99
Probably not a deal as such as this is RRP but just to highlight that the latest incarnation of the Model 3 now has a powered boot lid, a heat pump, wireless phone charging and is … Read more
dwl99

The government gives a £3000 grant towards new electric vehicles

xPabloz

Which Grant are you referring to?

dwl99

The Model 3 Standard Range Plus is £40500 after the government rebate but the other models are a lot more expensive

xPabloz

Was just looking prices for these the other day and it was shoeing up as £70k+ starting price

DoubleUp

I'm loving this conversation between you both (lol) I think he's being sarcastic!

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Updated 20th Aug 2020Last updated 20th Aug 2020 by SexyKris
The monthly cost for a Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus with no deposit down over 48 months could be roughly £530, but under salary sacrifice for a higher rate taxpayer it effec… Read more
SexyKris

I have 40 years till I see a pension... if I’m even around by then. Too bad we only get a car cash allowance and no option for a car scheme

Shah.Zeb

The monthly cost for a Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus with no deposit down over 48 months could be roughly £530 per month, but under salary sacrifice for a higher rate taxpayer it effectively costs 42 per cent less, or £307 of the wages they would normally see per month. And for a basic rate taxpayer it effectively costs 32 per cent less, or £360 of the wages they would normally see per month. If you get British Gas Electric Vehicle Tariff which cost 4.7p per KWH electricity between 12AM to 5AM. It will cost about £7 for a full charge for 200-250 miles. You’ll save about £100 per month on fuel & servicing (more or less depending on your annual mileage). Which brings the effective cost down to £307-£100 = £207 per month if higher tax payer or £360-£100 = £260 per month if basic rate tax payer for Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus. Even more savings if you’re commuter to London Congestion Charge and Ultra Low Emission Zone. Tesla cars are eligible for a 0 percent BIK rate in 2020/21. The BIK rate will rise to 1 percent in 2021/22 and to 2 percent in 2022/23. The average petrol or diesel vehicle has a BIK rate of 20 to 37 percent. Tesla vehicles are exempt from the daily London Congestion Charge of £11.50. The cost of commuting into London by car for 3 years could be up to £8,970 Tesla vehicles are able to access the London Ultra Low Emission Zone, without paying the noncompliance fee of £12.50. The current Central London ULEZ is due to expand significantly from Central London to cover a much larger zone in October 2021. The cost of paying the ULEZ over 3 years could be up to £13,650, when driving into the zone on a daily basis. Too many savings depending on individual circumstances and preferences. If you take effective cost £207 per month, that’s £10K depreciation over 48 months and if £260 per month, that’s £12.5K depreciation over 48 months. So £2500/£3000 per year depreciation is fabulous for a brand new Tesla car.

MrKrabs

Thats an absolutely awful deal for the base spec model. For a more usable 10k miles thats over £26000!!! Thats far more than what depreciation would be on a £40000 car. Doesn't even come with autopilot, which is pretty much the main reason to buy a model 3 over the superior ipace

Shah.Zeb

There are plenty of Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus - Business Leases deals available for around £530 pcm incl VAT over 48 months with initial 1 month rental and 8000 annual mileage. But under salary sacrifice for a higher rate taxpayer it effectively costs 42 per cent less, or £307 of the wages they would normally see. And for a basic rate taxpayer it effectively costs 32 per cent less, or £360 of the wages they would normally see. dreamlease.co.uk/car-leasing/tesla/model-3-saloon/4dr-elec-241-standard-range-plus-4dr-auto-252342-0148050000 But If Businesses HR don’t wan’t to setup salary sacrifice scheme themselves then leasing companies prices including salary sacrifice scheme setup for the businesses are comparatively higher octopusev.com/salary-sacrifice Hope it helps (y)

benish7

I Where were you finding the lease prices Shah?