- Oct 30, 2021
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Found this pricing chart on Reddit after seeing the news.
Someone that bought an X Plaid in November is now $19k upside down (plus tax) + a $7,500 tax credit that they didn't qualify for.
I can't tell you how many times I've heard customers say something along the lines of "I wish dealership pricing was consistent like Tesla's". Wish I was still consumer facing to pull this uno reverse card on them.
Maybe now that Tesla's stock is behaving like an automotive manufacturer (still way to high of a P/E to truly be in line, but definitely on the way there), they are also "treating" customers like a traditional manufacturer?