Jack R. Nerad | April 10, 2020
You can count on Tesla Motors' Elon Musk to take an unconventional approach to virtually everything, and so it has been with the company’s reaction to the coronavirus pandemic.
While other global automakers have quickly assembled new-vehicle incentive programs designed to help them through the crisis, Tesla has gone on with business as usual. Said a Tesla online sales rep to us via chat, "We don't offer promotion or negotiations on prices, simply because we believe that our vehicles are priced based on the true value they can provide for you! Therefore, I can say that our vehicles are truly worth every dollar."
You could certainly hear echoes of Musk's voice in that reply. Similarly, Tesla has not announced any specific program designed to help its current owners and lessees who might suddenly find themselves struggling to make their next payment. Still, for those who currently own a Tesla and for those who are considering buying a Tesla soon, here are the details on Tesla coronavirus financial relief and new car incentives.
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