Should one buy the service option or not.
I recently bought the Model S P85+. I live in San Jose and very close to the Tesla factory. I have 3 days left as indicated on my dashboard to buy the service plan. Should I buy it? Or do the once a year service at 12500 miles? Is there saving...if I buy what package should I get?
You just spent $120k on a car and you are questioning about a $4k service plan?
Elon abhors dealership because they profit from the service.
Tesla Service Center's purpose is to keep your car alive, not to make profit.
So pay up to make your car happy!
I am not questioning the service package...just wondering which one...
4-YEAR PLAN Tesla Service for four years Up to 50,000 miles Optional Ranger Service: $100 per visit $1,900
4-YEAR ANYWHERE PLAN Tesla Service for four years Up to 50,000 miles Includes unlimited Ranger Service $2,400
4-YEAR PLAN + 4-YEAR EXTENSION Tesla Service for eight years Up to 100,000 miles Optional Ranger Service: $100 per visit $3,800
4-YEAR ANYWHERE PLAN + 4-YEAR EXTENSION Tesla Service for eight years Up to 100,000 miles Includes unlimited Ranger Service $4,800
Which one should one get?
Since you live near Fremont, you probably won't need the Ranger service, so, if I were you, I would get the 4-YEAR PLAN + 4-YEAR EXTENSION. Peace of mind for 8 years, or 100,000 miles. If you need ranger service, its $100 per visit. Otherwise, at least you save on your yearly inspection by paying the 8 years up front. That is my 02 cents. I got the 4-YEAR ANYWHERE + 4-YEAR EXTENSION because I live far from a Service Center. Seems like the 4 + 4 is the best offering.
What are you servicing?
I took delivery of my P85 3 months ago & bought the 4-YEAR PLAN + 4-YEAR EXTENSION for peace of mind. Pricing for service never goes down so best to lock in the rate for as long as possible. Paying well over $100K, best to have the service behind it to maintain the investment.
Does the service include brakes? If it does then it's totally worth it
So far I know everything except tires.
I went with the whole package including not needed ranger service, because the best service I can get is if Tesla is doing well finacially.
I signed and for full ranger service and about a week later my windshield cracked. Tesla send out a ranger with a P85 loaner and I got to joy ride for a couple of days while they fixed the windshield. They brought my baby back nice and clean. It saved me several hours of time. When we are in the 7th year of the plan it will look like a bargain!
How do you sign up for service contract, the website says "not available".
The minimum I would get is $3,800 4-YEAR PLAN + 4-YEAR EXTENSION. It is just like pre-paid for oil change service for the ICE.
Make sure you don't forget $2,500 EXTENDED SERVICE AGREEMENT. It is warranty for defects.
@jjayanthan - You should see a sign up button in "My Garage." Unfortunately, not all services are available in all locations. The Extended Service Agreement, for example, is not yet available in the State of Washington. If the button does not appear, give them a call.
@nanwar the breaks get much less wear on the Tesla than ICE cars. Much of the "breaking" of the car is done with the regeneration.
Didn't we all just buy an EV for the non to low service/maintenances costs?
And... I assume this 4 year/50.000 mile contract for 1900 USD for example, would be the same like an EUR 1.900 contract for 30.000 kilometer service contract.
My ICE Audi diesel needs service every 30.000 km for € 545,- so that makes it a looot cheaper to drive and get maintained than an EV?
I believe maintenance is a fact of life.
For example, non-moving parts like Windows has many ongoing updates.
Although Model S is mechanically simple with 1 gear propulsion motor but we still need to pay for maintenance of a very complex technology:
There are about 52 Central Processing Units , 50 motors (for wipers, windows, seats...). There are nuts & bolts that could be loosen, There are improvements or "corrections" to be done annually.
@DouglasR, Huh? The button shows up in My Garage for me. I'm in Washington.
The 4+4+R is $4800. Of course, sales tax is added to that. I haven't ordered it yet, as I'm waiting until my Model S is about to be delivered.
You get the various four year plans, but you don't get the extended warranty, which is known as the Extended Service Agreement, $2,500.
firstname.lastname@example.org, first its 'braking', unless you are physically destroying the car, second the warranty is limited, please take the time to read your warranty documents.
I am quite embarrassed about that.
I guess I need a "brake" from all of this service warranty discussion.
no worries on the mistake, but again, SERVICE does NOT equal Warranty.
uh, and you would need a 'break' from the discussion, not a 'brake'.
That's why I put it in quotes so everyone could see how hilarious I am.
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