As more and more drivers eventually get over their range anxiety and bid internal combustion engines farewell
the allure of owning an electric car is becoming more and more alluring. Without a doubt
Tesla has been one of the most well-known names in the EV market for a number of years and continues to be so today.
In 2021, the Model 3 became the first electric vehicle to sell more than one million units globally
and the following year, the first carmaker to sell two million EVs.
Additionally, since then, sales have not slowed down and the model's popularity has only increased
Sales of the Model X and Model S have also been increasing in the luxury market, while 2024 is expected
Model Y. Since Tesla isn't slowing down, there are an abundance of them on the used car market.
If you complete your due diligence at the point of sale, you should be alright, right?
After all, buying used will save you a lot of money compared to buying new.
Unfortunately, the dangers associated with a used electric vehicle have the potential to damage the ownership
experience for individuals who are thinking about buying a Tesla.Tesla has a long history of being famous
Tesla is constantly pushing the envelope, whether it's with dancing doors or secret Easter