2013 Tesla Model S
19,405 Miles
$46,230

Stafford, TX
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2013 Tesla Model S
53,869 Miles
$50,230

Stafford, TX
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2013 Tesla Model S
4,587 Miles
$59,230

Stafford, TX
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2013 Tesla Model S
65,170 Miles
$42,800

New York, NY
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2013 Tesla Model S
45,611 Miles
$49,400

Providence, RI
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2013 Tesla Model S
75,148 Miles
$41,315

Charlotte, NC
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2013 Tesla Model S
70,825 Miles
$42,800

Charlotte, NC
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2013 Tesla Model S
41,075 Miles
$48,748

Framingham, MA
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2013 Tesla Model S
29,549 Miles
$46,991

Phoenix, AZ
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2013 Tesla Model S
9,859 Miles
$49,990

Bourbonnais, IL
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2013 Tesla Model S
48,412 Miles
$51,295

Irvine, CA
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2013 Tesla Model S
54,390 Miles
$49,000

Jacksonville, FL
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2013 Tesla Model S
57,292 Miles
$44,900

Hopkins, MN
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2013 Tesla Model S
73,359 Miles
$46,900

Hopkins, MN
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2013 Tesla Model S
34,486 Miles
$46,977

Carrollton, TX
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2013 Tesla Model S
17,626 Miles
$58,800

Campbell, CA
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2013 Tesla Model S
33,170 Miles
$48,977

Carrollton, TX
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2013 Tesla Model S
41,299 Miles
$53,885

Costa Mesa, CA
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2013 Tesla Model S
46,650 Miles
$48,977

Carrollton, TX
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2013 Tesla Model S
27,745 Miles
$54,977

Carrollton, TX
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2013 Tesla Model S Buyer's Guide

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

2013 Tesla Model S Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2013 Tesla Model S - Great car

Juan
San Diego, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
I drive a Tesla Model S, and it is, hands down, the best car I have ever owned.
Story
I always enjoy being at a stoplight next to a muscle car who acts like they want to race me off the line. They're three car lengths behind me within seconds of the light turning green.
Pros
The pickup on the Model S (because of the electric engine) is unbelievable. I can go from driving 45 miles per hour on the on ramp to the freeway to driving 75 miles per hour in the fast lane with almost no time elapsed. The car also has great features, like the 17-inch display with Google maps and an excellent navigation system. I know a lot of people have concerns about charging, but with the size of the battery, I have never found that to be an issue. I get almost 200 miles of range on a single charge, and how often do you drive 200 miles in a single day? So I drive all day, then re... (more)
Cons
I think the only negative thing about the Model S is the price. I would love to see more people be able to adopt electric vehicles, but the steep price tag is definitely a huge issue.

2013 Tesla Model S - It is everything that was promised and more

Drew F
Evanston, Illinois
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The Model S has a lot more space than you would expect looking at its sporty exterior. I use it as a family car and have had no trouble hauling 6 people plus cargo around. It helps that the lack of an internal combustion engine means there is plenty of cargo space in the front trunk. There are a lot of comfort options inside the vehicle, plenty of legroom although the head clearance is pretty tight for someone over 6' tall. The motor is high performance single gear, so the acceleration rate is unlike any other car. The car rides very low which is both thrilling and aerodynamically efficient at high speeds. From a safety perspective, I love having the rear camera activated at all times in the view screen--this creates a virtually blind spot-free driving experience. This is a very... (more)
Story
Teenagers seem to be unbelievably enthusiastic about the car, and more than once we've come out of a store to see them photographing themselves next to it, and then they ask questions for half an hour. That's part of the deal of owning this car. On the flipside, elderly people seem totally skeptical about the car and seem to think we've been bilked by con man.
Pros
Can accelerate faster than anything out there--you'll never dread a freeway merge again No gas, no spark plugs, no oil changes and big tax rebates from federal and state governments--you'll never look at driving quite the same way again Knowing that every mile I drive is putting zero emissions into the atmosphere (since all my electricity is green generated as well in my community) Smooth and absolutely silent ride Surprising and massive cargo capacity
Cons
If you need to go more than 270 miles, you're going to have to stop to charge--a deal breaker for some people, but we only have one regular trip per year this long. Performance is somewhat muted in a winter climate because much energy is used keeping the battery at optimum temperature It's a new technology and you have to expect some "early adopter" type problems with the software etc. No spare tire

2013 Tesla Model S Pricing Analysis

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