Rumour mill has it that the warranty is killing MB due to reliance on Tesla for the parts so they are buying back the ones they can and they are often becoming parts cars somewhere.Oh, what's the story?
I misread your post initially and almost came back with something snippy. I thought you said NHS CEOs. The ones of those I know are just knackered. You’re probably right about suppliers to the health service - their forecasts have probably never looked as good.I’m going to live life while I can has been the rallying cry of every 48-month PCP contract signatory I've seen on this board
Health industry CEOs very bullish right now: have some as clients and they could start fires with the way their hands rub together. Rest of us, not so much.
Woah, how does this compare to standard salary sacrifice deal?aintained and insured Model 3 Long Range for a net cost of £183 per month for three years and 10k miles per annum with no deposit. I know it’ll put a little dent in my pension, but after the year we’ve had I’m going to live life while I can!
The key thing with salary sacrifice is that it’s taxed like a company car, so it’s less than half the price I’d pay for a 3 Series due to the tiny BIK. I could have had an iD3 Life with a smaller battery for about £50 a month less, which would have been adequate, but the range, superchargers and geek appeal of the model 3 upsold me.Woah, how does this compare to standard salary sacrifice deal?
Some Tesla model 3 stock lease offers for both SR and LR: