2012 Tesla Model S
35,163 Miles | Norristown, PA
$34,799
est. $502/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
72,883 Miles | Costa Mesa, CA
$30,995
est. $447/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
80,070 Miles | San Diego, CA
$32,777
est. $472/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
82,037 Miles | Escondido, CA
$32,995
est. $476/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
42,104 Miles | St Louis, MO
$36,000
est. $519/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
25,732 Miles | Costa Mesa, CA
$41,988
est. $605/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
59,468 Miles | San Diego, CA
$33,995
est. $490/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
148,000 Miles | Metairie, LA
$27,750
est. $400/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
37,625 Miles | Indianapolis, IN
$36,995
est. $533/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
68,966 Miles | Danvers, MA
$31,590
est. $455/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
71,144 Miles | Coatesville, PA
$30,895
est. $445/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
90,642 Miles | Riverside, CA
$28,995
est. $418/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
51,656 Miles | Marietta, GA
$33,500
est. $483/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
97,709 Miles | Westminster, CA
$29,888
est. $431/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
57,192 Miles | San Rafael, CA
$35,988
est. $519/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
65,153 Miles | Bellevue, WA
$36,950
est. $533/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
62,378 Miles | Chattanooga, TN
$31,590
est. $455/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
73,220 Miles | Las Vegas, NV
$38,645
est. $557/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
38,052 Miles | San Jose, CA
$38,975
est. $562/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S
76,150 Miles | Seattle, WA
$29,988
est. $432/mo

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2012 Tesla Model S Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.0
Performance
4.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.5

2012 Tesla Model S Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2012 Tesla Model S - Wonderful!

Dennis
New York, New York
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The experience I have driving my Tesla I know that it runs efficiently and is a good investment. It is also a powerful and eco-friendly vehicle. Pretty and everyone wants to look at it and many do not know what car it is. It has a fast acceleration, more than 4 seconds from 0 to 60 mph. It is a sports car and very fun to drive. It has a removable top and good handling. Has a thick leather steering wheel to hold. Being an electric car, it creates no pollution and has about a 200-mile range. Excellent regeneration when foot is off from the accelerator. Brakes aren't used very much. The price is reasonable especially in comparison to the new one priced at $124,000. I paid $56,000 for mine. The paint finish is premium and embodies a carbon fiber body, lots of carbon fiber interior accents ... (more)
Story
I drove my friends around with my Tesla for the first time. We went to the beach and they were very impressed
Pros
Makes every day driving a snap with no range concerns whatsoever and a 234-ish mile range capacity is available every morning.
Cons
There isn't any warranty and aluminum chassis with carbon fiber bodywork. It might take a while to repair my car, if I am in an accident, and it will be expensive. Unsure where the body parts would come from. Difficult getting into the car. More difficult getting out of the car. This is due to wide door sills and the car is very low.

2012 Tesla Model S - Good car.

Cara
Rutland, Vermont
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
Simply using Autopilot to drive more safely in normal driving conditions is a win. You donÕt have to use Autopilot in a relaxed way all the time. You can put your hands on the wheel as if youÕre driving, keep your foot on the pedal like youÕre ready for a drag race, and focus intently on the route while the wheel turns and the car accelerates and decelerates. ItÕs actually quite fun Ñ like a video game. When trailing another car, the adaptive cruise control is superb, and having the ability to set the trailing distance to seven different levels (distances) really lets you find the option thatÕs most comfortable for you.
Pros
The car sometimes drives far too fast on Autopilot. It doesnÕt really pay attention to an approaching roundabout, sharp curve, or weird zig zags in the road if there isnÕt really good.
Cons
Autopilot, in such situations, wants to keep going straight. No, no, no, no, no Ñ not a good idea. Luckily, in all such cases, I was attentive and quickly turned the wheel to keep the car in the lane.

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