2017 Tesla Model S P90D lease deal

2017 Tesla Model S P90D Priced at $109,500

Lease Deal

$4,631* Due at Signing

3 Year/36 Month Lease – 30,000 Total Miles. * with $2500 State rebate otherwise $7131 down. Example based on national average selling vehicle price. Each dealer sets own price. Your payments may vary.

Financing Special
1.74% APR

for 79 Months 

$5,535 down payment ($10,000 in incentives Federal + State). Payments will also vary based on length of loan, loan to value, and options selected. Title, taxes, license, registration and dealer fees are extra.

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Tesla Model S P90D Test Report
The P90D is the highest level of performance you can buy when it comes to Tesla Model S models. This luxury electric car accelerates from 0 to 60 MPH in 2.8 seconds thanks to the new Ludicrous Mode. This Tesla Model S P90D is as fast as a Koenigsegg Agera R. For the uninitiated, the letter P refers to the word “Performance”, the letter D to the term refers to “Dual Drive” (AWD,) and the number 90 to the capacity of the onboard battery for the electric vehicle which is 90 ​​kWh.Rarely has a car has been honored with such praise: the Tesla Model S luxury sedan has won so many awards it must feel like they can fill a whole car show room. “Car of the Year” at “Automobile Magazine”, “Car of the Year” at “Motor Trend”, “World Green Car” – and then 99 out of 100 points in the critical consumer attorneys of “Consumer Reports”. Find a car with better accolades over the past 10When designing the revolution remains of once. After Tesla had initially used the services of Henrik Fisker then they hired former GM and Mazda designer Franz von Holzhausen, who delivered a pleasing, but by no means groundbreaking design. The rear door is drawn conventionally, the front mask and simulate their unnecessarily large grille. The shape is classy and manageable. Nothing on the exterior hints at what a beast the P90D is. After all, offers the body practical advantages. Besides a large rear trunk, optional place in the third, rear facing seat for small children place, offers the Model S under the front hood space for luggage. Another eye-opening experience has when opening the doors: The flush-fitted door handles drive of electrically.

The airy and spacious interior has a mixed impression. The seats are comfortable enough and taut, the armrests, but hard as a wooden board, and the few switches and levers come too obvious the kit from Mercedes-Benz. Instead of a styled tunnel console of the Model S has to speak over a ditch, which is delimited by a room divider left and right. Overall, the viewer steals the impression that the design department have the interior simply had no more desire.

Main achievement and optical gravitational point is the centrally located, touch sensitive TFT screen with a diagonal of 17 inches proud. Here – and unfortunately nowhere else – can virtually control all vehicle functions; the operating logic is inspired by modern tablet computers and smartphones. The menu structure is quite clear, graphical presentation modern and attractive. Even safety-relevant functions are hidden in submenus; without the large display is simply not to use the Model S. A few extra buttons would highly welcome. Unfortunately, it takes in navigation mode sometimes an eternity until the screen segment is made up of segment; who is turning the card takes place and street names diagonally or upside presented. Neither can calculate alternative routes, yet can be used to display reliable new charging stations. And a use of the system as a “hot spot” for external devices is not possible despite WiFi connection. To make matters worse noise were repeatedly transmitted from the cell phone in our test car.

To drive off, only the transition must be inserted after boarding; the cheap-looking plastic key can stay in your pocket. This emphasizes laconic operation Tesla borders from other automakers, who stage the startup process by mandatory keystroke and haughty screen almost. Incidentally can select whether the Model S stand when you release the brake in the D range. A nice gimmick, however, not prevent the car from rolling on inclines backwards.

The sheer acceleration force of the Model S brings some skeptics silenced. For driving a four-pole three-phase AC induction motor with 762 Horsepower and 713 lb-ft. torque that are available from the start makes. The performance figures are impressive: Despite more than two tons unladen weight of the sprint from 0 to 60 MPH is sub 3 seconds.

On the road the Model S convinced many more. Despite its high mass of the rear door looks agile; the steering is precise enough, the achievable cornering speeds are high. In extreme cases, the tail swings out, but is trapped by the stability control reliably again. And the drive is not overwhelmed by highway tempos, so almost always is power in abundance available.

Among the difficulties, the long-term suitability of the Model S. belongs Eight years warranty give the Americans on the battery, the power loss is not covered. Experts reckon that the capacity drops to 70 to 80 percent after eight years. In addition, want to be left with some cars reliability.

Compared to other sedans in its price range, it lacks the Model S the way of assistance systems. Security features such as adaptive cruise control, a lane departure warning or a blind spot detection are not going to get for love or money. This is particularly worrisome considering that the central screen in some cases considerably distract the driver during operation.

Basically, the Tesla Model S is an American car. Following the motto “More is more”, the developers have the luxury saloon with a huge battery and built an engine with the rear door is almost overpowered. That the efficiency it remains far from optimum, falls within the genus electric car currently no weight. Product appeal and quality workmanship also meet the standard traditional US cars.

How much Does it cost to lease a Tesla Model S P90D

  • $1,436
  • $4,631 down (with $2500 CA rebate)
    Or $7131
  • 36 month 30,000 miles

How much Does it cost to finance a Tesla Model S P90D

  • $1,427 month
  • $5,535 down ($10,000 in incentives)
  • 1.74% APR 79 months