The Tesla Model S can be financed at an APR of 30%, up from its original 15%.
The company recently started offering loans of up to 35%, with Tesla charging an APR up to 40%.
This is all good news for the typical consumer, but it also means that Tesla owners can’t qualify for loans on the cheaper Model S. If you want to be able to borrow money for your Tesla, you’ll need to find a way to get the car out of warranty.
The best way to do this is with a Tesla premium outlet.
Tesla offers a suite of Tesla premium outlets that provide financing at a lower APR.
For example, a Tesla store near you may have one that offers a Tesla Premium loan.
These outlets are located close to a Teslas primary dealership.
This means you can get the Tesla Model 3 out of the dealership without having to drive it out to the Tesla Premium outlet.
To find the closest Tesla Premium financing outlet, go to the website for your nearest Tesla dealership.
Once you find a Tesla outlet, you can use the website to log in with your account and log in to the loan website.
This will allow you to see the loan amount and the APR.
The loan website will display the loan information, including the car loan amount, the APR, and the car financing rate.
Tesla is also currently rolling out a new vehicle financing calculator, so it’s always a good idea to check this before committing to a loan.
For more information on financing, visit Tesla.com.