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Tesla Model S LONG RANGE PLUS 469 BHP AUTO FULL SP +19
Tesla Model S £47,995
LONG RANGE PLUS 469 BHP AUTO FULL SPEC AWD+ELECTRIC+469BHP+FULL SPEC
Finance from £1160 per month

2020

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 3,281

Electric

Tesla Model S 75D DUAL MOTOR Hatchback 2018, 38000 +24
Tesla Model S £24,950
75D DUAL MOTOR
Finance from £591 per month

2018

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 38,000

Electric

Tesla Model S (Dual Motor) Performance Hatchback 5 +31
Tesla Model S £37,700
(Dual Motor) Performance Hatchback 5dr Electric Auto 4WD (Ludicrous) (603 bhp) Panoramic Roof,Full
Finance from £906 per month

2020

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 43,830

Electric

Tesla Model S 386kW Perform Ludicrous 100kWh Dual +29
Tesla Model S £38,936
386kW Perform Ludicrous 100kWh Dual Motor 5dr Auto
Finance from £936 per month

2019

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 44,000

Electric

Tesla Model S (Dual Motor) Standard Range Auto 4WD +27
Tesla Model S £22,500
(Dual Motor) Standard Range Auto 4WD 5dr REVERSING CAMERA HEATED SEATS
Finance from £531 per month

2019

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 69,540

Electric

Tesla Model S (Dual Motor) Long Range Plus Auto 4W +30
Tesla Model S £33,995
(Dual Motor) Long Range Plus Auto 4WDE 5dr PARKING SENSORS HEATED SEATS
Finance from £814 per month

2020

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 73,870

Electric

Tesla Model S 75D (Dual Motor) Auto 4WD 5dr REVERS +31
Tesla Model S £18,995
75D (Dual Motor) Auto 4WD 5dr REVERSE CAMERA CRUISE CONTROL
Finance from £444 per month

2018

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 83,700

Electric

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Tesla Model S (Dual Motor) Performance Ludicrous A +29
Tesla Model S £41,995
(Dual Motor) Performance Ludicrous Auto 4WD 5dr REVERSING CAMERA HEATED SEATS
Finance from £1012 per month

2020

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 58,730

Electric

Tesla Model S 100D (Dual Motor) Auto 4WD 5dr SIDE +25
Tesla Model S £23,000
100D (Dual Motor) Auto 4WD 5dr SIDE CAMERAS PANORAMIC ROOF
Finance from £543 per month

2018

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 80,940

Electric

Tesla Model S 307kW 90kWh Dual Motor 5dr Auto Hatc +24
Tesla Model S £21,990
307kW 90kWh Dual Motor 5dr Auto

2017

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 20,230

Electric

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Why buy a used Tesla Model S with Exchange and Mart?

Would it be too much to call Tesla's Model S a 'game changer'? We don't think so. Back in 2012, this car launched what is now the world's best known automotive EV brand on an unsuspecting world. It shocked the established brands into getting on with the electric era. And it was a luxury executive EV benchmark that others aspired to for nearly a decade, originally engineered with a goal of creating the best car in the world. You'd think though, that after well over ten years on sale, it'd be time for a completely new design to face a flood of fresh rivals. Instead, what we got in 2023 was this heavily revised version of the original. Will that be enough for Tesla in this segment? That's what we're here to find out. This wasn't the first Model S update - the earlier one happened in 2016 when the car lost the original version's fake grille. But it's by far the most significant change to this Tesla yet - as you'd hope, after a decade on sale and with several hundred thousand examples pounding global roads: not that you'd know that from the remarkably subtle exterior differences between this current-era car and the original. But look a little closer. There's a completely redesigned cabin; the body structure's different, the suspension's been re-engineered and the complicated confusing range of single motor versions have long been dropped, with the Dual Motor variants that remain now using a larger and completely different 100kWh battery pack.

About the Tesla Model S

Some cars are important. Others are significant. But only a very few are game-changing. Tesla's Model S is one of those - for so many reasons. Despite all of this, this much-improved version of this design will struggle for significance in our market because of the left hand drive-only format disappointingly adopted for this extensively revised design. If it wasn't for that, you might be prepared to overlook the issues that Tesla still has to address with this car; the lack of steering feel, the absence of a combined friction and regen braking system, the need for greater driver control over energy harvesting and a lack of the kind of overtly opulent cabin luxury you might expect at this price point. After all, there's also so much to like; the frantic power of this Plaid version, the enormous boot, the reasonable value pricing and the convenience of that industry-leading supercharger public charging network. Overall, what hasn't changed about a Model S is that it still rewards those in search of something a little different in a car like this. These are people who realise that they won't find inspiration in the places they've already been. They understand that to move forward, you have to do something different - you have to go somewhere new. That's what Tesla has done, while the rest of the motor industry watched and hedged its bets. In doing so, this American brand created a car that has done nothing less than re-write the rulebook.

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If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 17.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 17.9%, you would pay £171.83 per month. Total charge for credit would be £2,247.84 and total amount repayable is £8,247.84.

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