charging an EV

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Re: charging an EV

Post by Tingting1013 »

Helo80 wrote: Thu Sep 17, 2020 8:07 pm
Boglelicious123 wrote: Thu Sep 17, 2020 5:18 pm As for the sticker price, there are no negotiations on Tesla pricing. The price is the price so you place the order in about 5 minutes start to finish

On one hand, I can see BHs really liking that b/c they hem and haw about car negotiating as evidenced in many threads on the matter. On the other, setting one national price has not ended well --- look at Scion and Saturn.

People like to haggle.

PS - I personally love companies/people that burn "traditional business models" to the ground so that interesting case and business studies come from consumer transitions... but kind of like an S&P500 Index fund, I'm neither for nor against one price for all in the car industry.
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