Tesla is providing customers who purchase vehicles in the first quarter of 2024 with the opportunity to enjoy up to 10,000 complimentary Supercharging miles.

Tesla is providing customers who purchase vehicles in the first quarter of 2024 with the opportunity to enjoy up to 10,000 complimentary Supercharging miles.

Tesla has introduced a time-limited promotion for customers receiving a new Model S, Model X, or Model Y before the close of Q1 2024. The current offer excludes the upgraded Tesla Model 3 and the Cybertruck.

Under this initiative, buyers taking delivery by March 31, 2024, will benefit from 5,000 complimentary Supercharger miles with their new vehicle. It's important to note that this incentive is applicable only for cash or finance purchases. Additionally, Tesla is presenting a more attractive deal for customers opting to trade in their existing vehicles. Those who trade in a car by the end of March 2024 will receive 5,000 free Supercharging miles when leasing a Tesla Model S, Model X, or Model Y. For trade-in customers selecting a cash or finance purchase, a total of 10,000 free Supercharger miles will be provided.

Tesla specifies that the complimentary Supercharging miles for Model S, Model X, and Model Y customers can be utilized within two years of their vehicle's delivery date, after which they will expire. These free Supercharger miles will be linked to the buyer's Tesla Account and are non-transferable.

Given the recent opening of the Supercharger Network to non-Tesla EVs, offering free Supercharging becomes a potentially crucial perk for Tesla owners. This incentive, akin to free fuel for traditional car buyers, could serve as a compelling factor for attracting more customers to Tesla vehicles.

The Tesla Supercharger Network stands out as one of the most extensive and dependable rapid charging systems in the United States. Its significance is underscored by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, which revealed that, excluding the Tesla Supercharger Network, the U.S. has achieved only 3.1% of its 2030 goal for DC fast chargers. With the inclusion of the Tesla Supercharger Network, the figure rises to 9.1%.

 

 

------The article excerpted from TESLARATI.

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