If you've been yearning to own a Tesla Roadster, but can't afford the six-figure price tag, the car company will start leasing their popular electric sports car for a minimum of $1,658 a month, meaning you probably still can't afford it.
The three-year, 30,000-mile contract requires $12,453 at signing, which includes a $9,900 down payment and a $895 acquisition fee. Then at the end of the lease you'll need to pay a $350 disposition fee and $.25 for every mile you go over the 30,000 mark. Plus you'll owe for any wear and tear on the vehicle.
So, what could possibly be the perks of this fee-laden lease agreement? During the lease, you have full access to the Tesla Ranger service squad that will make house or office calls to perform inspections, firmware upgrades and maintenance, and you have the chance to drive the sexiest EV on the planet before they halt production in 2011.
Could those reasons make a car lease that costs as much as a mortgage worth it? Well, that's up to you.via Earth2Tech
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