Posted December 17, 2018 11:19:16When you think of electric cars, you probably think of the Tesla Model S, the Nissan Leaf and the Nissan Titan.
But now Tesla is launching a second-hand vehicle-hailing service, which will give you the choice between the best price-holidays and best second- hand car deals.
The first Tesla Model 3 will hit the market in 2019 and will be the company’s first electric car to sell for second hand.
The company is hoping to drive down the cost of second-honest vehicles by offering guaranteed second-hands.
It says that if you want to buy a second hand car, you can get it for $500 a day, and if you buy it for a higher price, you get $2,000.
The service, called Tesla Secondhand, is meant to help people save for their second-home.
If you don’t mind waiting a few months before you buy a car, Tesla says the guarantee means you can have a second chance at a bargain price.
“Our guarantee lets you know the car is the best value for the money and we’ll guarantee it,” the company said in a statement.
“When you buy from Tesla, we will make sure your vehicle is safe, dependable and the perfect secondhand vehicle.”
But if you are worried about your secondhand car being stolen, the company says it has “preventive measures” in place to keep you safe.
If a car is stolen, Tesla will replace it with the best possible secondhand model at no cost to you.
“We also have a system in place that protects you from theft and is ready to take your car if you have a safety issue,” the statement said.
The car-hiring service is currently only available in the US.
The Model S has been the company ‘s top selling electric car for two years running, and it was followed by the Nissan LEAF in third place last year.
Its success has led to an explosion in demand for electric cars from manufacturers such as Tesla and Nissan.
The company also has a range of other electric cars including the Tesla Roadster, which is the most expensive car in the world.
Tesla says it will make its first car available in 2019.
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