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Tesla cuts the starting price of Model S by $5,000

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If you’re thinking of buying the entry-level Tesla Model S, we’ve got good news for you: Not only is it cheaper, it also comes with some free extras. 

The changes, which went live Monday, are as follows: Tesla Model S 75, which comes with a 75kWh battery, and the all-wheel drive variant 75D, are now $5,000 cheaper and cost $69,500 and $74,500 (before incentives), respectively. 

Furthermore, both variants now come standard with automatic rear liftgate and a glass roof.

The changes in pricing come a month after Tesla discontinued the 60 and 60D versions of Model S, which were are little cheaper at launch than the freshly priced 75 and 75D.  Read more…

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