Why should I buy a Tesla?
I just want to get away from the car and have my own space.
I want to be able to get out and play in the park without the distraction of a car.
There are so many options for this, and they’re all great.
But, when it comes to EVs, I’d rather have an electric car that I can drive for a few hours and then get back to my work.
And if it’s a luxury car, I want that to be a very high-quality luxury car.
I don’t want to spend the money on a car that’s not going to make a difference in my life.
There’s also the question of the cost, especially when you factor in the cost of the battery.
The Nissan Leaf EV is $37,000.
The Tesla Model S is $75,000, and you have to take into account the cost per kWh.
The Chevy Volt is $49,000 and you’re looking at $1,200 per kWh, so the savings are significant.
In the end, you have this huge number of vehicles that you’re not really paying for, but it’s all about getting the most bang for your buck.
If you’re thinking about buying a Tesla and think it’s going to be the cheapest, go ahead and do it, but if you’re going to buy one and think, “Wow, this is going to get me away from this car for an hour and a half,” think twice.