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Buying a new Tesla is now LESS expensive than a used one. This is why

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You order your Tesla online, and then…. you wait. Worse, the delivery date can be pushed back multiple times, leaving you with nothing but anger on Twitter.

Buying a new car now means waiting up to a year, sometimes longer. It all depends on the bells and whistles you buy. However, if you choose a used model, you can get into a car right away – if you’re willing to pay more.

Why does it take so long to get your Tesla?

The Tesla Gigafactory in Shanghai: five down, 1995 to go.  Xinhua/Alamy