Tesla car reviews Tesla Model S reviews

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The Model S is American firm Tesla's first attempt at bringing their electric-vehicle knowhow to a practical family saloon car package. Two different power outputs are available; a lesser 60kWh version and an 85kWh model.

Latest model: Tesla Model S (2013-)

Pros and cons

  • Pro: Incredible performance and efficiency, impressive range for an electric car, comfortable ride
  • Con: Expensive to buy, overwhelming touchscreen system

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The Tesla Model S is considered the 'it' car for the electric generation. Not only does it look fantastic, with coupe-like sporty styling, but the performance will surprise anyone who is only accustom to conventionally-powered cars.

But can it take on luxury family car rivals, like the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes E-class?

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The Model S is extremely unique, as it's the first real luxury model with electric-only power. Second-hand values are hard to predict, however an eight-year warranty on the batteries (60kWh is eight years or 125,000 miles and 85kWh is eight years and unlimited mileage) should help ease concerns of battery life.

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