By now you’ve probably noticed that Tesla’s new electric car is one of the priciest in the world.
At the time of writing, the Model S costs $72,000 (US$89,890).
And this is with all the options available.
However, it’s not like you have to buy it in bulk to be able to buy one.
Here’s how you can buy a Model S without all the bells and whistles.
(Note: This is a guide for buying a Tesla without a lease, so it’s a little complicated, but we will do our best.)
You can also choose to buy the Model X as an option.
However for the purposes of this article, we’re going to focus on the Model Y, which is the cheapest option, and you can do this for free.
(There are a few caveats: If you’re looking to save a few bucks and still have the option of an extended lease, you might want to consider the XS.)
The Model Y has the most standard features, but the Model Z is much better.
It’s cheaper and comes with more options, like a heated steering wheel, a heated rear seat, and an electric trunk.
The Model Z also comes with a six-speed automatic transmission.
You can upgrade the battery pack to a 200-mile battery for $1,000, which will add an extra mile.
You get an 8.3 kWh battery for the price of a 200 mile battery, so you’ll get a total of around 300 miles of range.
You also get the best of both worlds: A car that’s incredibly fun to drive, but also incredibly reliable.
The fact that it’s all built in the US is a huge selling point.
If you want a car that is affordable, you should consider the Model 2.
It has more of the same technology, but it’s still pretty expensive.
The $72k Model 2 starts at $82,000.
You’ll also get a $1.7k extended lease with the purchase of the Model 3, which comes with an extra $2,500 (US $3,900).
The Model 3 also has the option to get an extended battery for a price of $3.9k.
The best option is the Model 4, which starts at just $95,000 with an $8k lease.
It also has a $2k extended battery option, but is limited to 250 miles.
The biggest downside is the price tag, but with a $6,000 option, you can get a Model 5 for a much cheaper price.
It comes with only 150 miles of electric range, so there’s a $4,000 limit.
If we’re talking about a car with a lot of options, we would pick the Model 5, but if we’re looking for a cheap car that offers the most bang for your buck, we’ll go with the Model 6.
The Tesla Model 6 starts at a base price of just $73,500 with an extended warranty of 25,000 miles.
There are no options to upgrade the batteries, so if you have a car already, the base price will be the cheapest.
If your budget is a little tight, you could also opt to buy an upgrade package.
This comes in at $4.9 million (US: $6.8 million), which includes a 300-mile Tesla Powerwall battery for just $3 million ( US $4 million).
That’s more than the base cost of the base Model 6, and it will cost you a total price of around $95K ( US: $120K).
If you don’t want to upgrade to the Powerwall, you’ll need to buy another Model 6 with a 300 mile battery option.
If the Model 7 is the best option for your budget, the price drops to just $59,500.
There is no option for a battery upgrade, but you will get an extra 300 mile range, which should be plenty.
If there are other options, you probably don’t need to worry about the price.
We would not recommend the Model 8, because it’s basically a cheap Model S, which means it’s essentially a useless car.
However if you want the best bang for the buck, you’d probably get the Model 9, which has a slightly higher base price but comes with the same range.
It costs just $65,000 and comes as an Extended Battery Upgrade for $2.9M (US.
You get 300 miles for the cost of a standard battery.
If Tesla has a price tag for a Tesla, we think that’s a reasonable price, but unfortunately there’s no way to tell if it’s the best price for you.
If that’s the case, we recommend the $65K option of the $95k Model 9.
It will get you a 250 mile range and an extra battery for around $3k.
If this is your budget and you’re not willing to upgrade,