Tesla Roadster: The Ultimate Trade-in
If you are in the enviable position of wanting to trade your Tesla Roadster for a new Model S, the company that makes both of those cars has a deal for you. Tesla Motors has begun an official buyback program for owners who want to do the exchange and park a new Model S in the driveway. Tesla normally doesn’t take trade-ins, but in this case, they are making an exception. Bring in the old car and you will get an immediate credit toward the purchase of an S. After that, Tesla stores will refurbish the traded-in Roadsters and offer them for sale at discounted prices, likely in the $75,000 range.
Tesla Roadster: Video
Just about everything you ever wanted to know about the Tesla Roadster Sport can be found in the review video below. The narrator does a superb job detailing all the specs, explaining how the Sport is different from the standard Roadster, and basically giving us the A-to-Z about Tesla’s sportiest version of its sportiest car. When even a three-year-old car looks futuristic, you’re dealing with a company that knows something about design, style, and performance. The clip is slightly over six minutes in length, and the reviewer packs in enough information to make anyone a quick expert on the sleek Roadster Sport. Enjoy.
Those who scoff at the $75,000 price tag for a “used” car should consider that we are talking about one of the most sought after sports cars of all time, which originally sold for well over $109,000. This is not a used Yugo for sale on the Internet. It is a high-end, electric sports car that you are now able to acquire at a 30 percent discount, at least. That’s saying something.
For much more about the cars made by Tesla Motors, and some breathtaking photos of the Roadster, see the company’s official corporate website: