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You need to get laid. May I suggest (from my previous post):


Just because I'm an asshole.
post #21887 of 26360
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post


Just because I'm an asshole.

 

And you nailed the first post of the next page.  Classic Finn.

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Gross.

 

My brother threw down the deposit for the 3 and quizzed me why I didnt jump on the bandwagon. I'd rather wait to see the Y and what options pricing looks like. Also, I drive a V8 SUV and he's in a prius and retrofitted electric pickup, so maybe he's a bit more forward thinking...

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Yeah, that'd be so weird if it applied to global sales... Why does the US government use international metrics for a tax refund.

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If you can't afford the car unless there is a $7,500 tax rebate then you shouldn't buy the car.  $7,500 over the standard 60 month purchase agreement is $125/mo so if that is going to break the bank buy something else.

 

Then again when I bought my Outback, the finance manager said people regularly financed new cars with 6-7% interest rates in today's environment.

post #21892 of 26360
You don't think 7.5k out of 35k is a lot?
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Originally Posted by Texasmade View Post

Does this number count for $7.5K tax credit or is it just Teslas sold in the US?

Just US, but still 100k more in US alone predicted before the model 3 comes out. Less than 1/3 of those people who signed up will get it.
Edited by venividivicibj - 4/7/16 at 4:04pm
post #21894 of 26360
Makes more sense. All those people banking on the tax credit are going to be really disappointed.
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Yeah - I hope tesla let them know they might not get it.
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I really wish I could learn how to heel-toe. It just feels so unnatural and I end up applying way too much brake than necessary. Very frustrating.
post #21898 of 26360
So how can you tell when the market for EVs is for real? When instead of a 7.5k tax break you get a big, fat "road use" fee added on to the MSRP of an EV for revenues lost in gas tax.
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So how can you tell when the market for EVs is for real?

seeing an obvious drug dealer sitting in a Model S in the graffiti district of East Williamsburg was my clue.
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I really wish I could learn how to heel-toe. It just feels so unnatural and I end up applying way too much brake than necessary. Very frustrating.
I'm not the best at it either, but I think braking hard is the point of it all - it's really for when you're taking it to the limit of adhesion on the track and setting up for the corner. With the brake pedal fully depressed, it's easier to reach over and blip the throttle
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