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'Sales Surge After Tesla Announces Price Cuts! The Official Website Is Down And Offline Stores Are Overcrowded' - MyDrivers

Benzinga · 01/06/2023 11:38


On January 6, Tesla’s official website updated the latest prices of Model 3 and Model Y. After the update, the starting price of Model 3 was lowered to 229,000 yuan, and the starting price of Model Y was lowered to 259,900 yuan. All-time low prices for both vehicles.

Shortly after the news of the price cut was released, many Tesla owners felt that they had been cut off again and began to organize rights protection.

However, unlike the anger of some Tesla owners, Tesla's offline stores are crowded with consumers who come to buy cars.

It is understood that just after Tesla announced the price cut, many hesitant consumers immediately strengthened their purchase determination and chose to buy Tesla.

After all, buying Tesla Model 3 and Model Y at the current price is definitely a missed opportunity.

It is worth mentioning that a car blogger said that Tesla's official website was once down due to the influx of orders in a short period of time. And the offline stores are also crowded with consumers who come to order cars.

It can be seen that after a sharp price cut, Tesla, which was already hot, has become the first choice for more people to buy cars.

In this regard, many netizens also expressed that, on the one hand, there are a large number of rights protection statements from car owners who have already purchased cars, and on the other hand, there are a large number of consumers attracted by the price reduction.

It is true that Tesla's price reduction this time caught everyone by surprise, and the price after the reduction is indeed that anyone who reads it will say "really fragrant". In this case, it is not surprising that Tesla's car bookings have risen sharply.

Of course, for owners who have just purchased Model 3 and Model Y, such a price difference is indeed irritating, and it is normal to want to defend their rights.