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2012 Tesla Model S Signature

75,840 mi.
$26,999
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  • Transmission: Automatic
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2012 Tesla Model S Signature Review
Amazing
by I hope Chip Kelly is a success at UCLA from Mission Viejo, CA
November 26, 2017
5
I'm on the list for the Model 3, so I wanted to get an idea of what a Tesla electric is like. The Model S is quiet, elegant, and very powerful. On my test drive the company rep encouraged me to try autopilot. Very strange to take your hands off the wheel and let the car do the driving, but it appeared to perform flawlessly. I would not recommend this car to a friend for the simple reason that it costs too much. But if you have an extra $80,000 or so available it is a very nice vehicle.
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2012 Tesla Model S Performance

56,958 mi.
$28,999
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2012 Tesla Model S Performance Review
If You Test drive It, You'll Buy It!
by Glad I Bought It! from Los Angeles, CA.
April 6, 2014
5
This is the absolute best car I've ever driven!!! Tesla Motors has introduced us to the future!! So glad I bought one!!!
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2012 Tesla Model S Performance

59,457 mi.
$27,999
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2012 Tesla Model S Performance Review
Most stunning, efficient, and wonderful car ever!
by Tesla Pilot from Hurst, TX
November 27, 2013
5
Simply too many superlatives to count them all, but let's try: FAST, roomy, comfortable, beyond efficient, gets better every few weeks JUST SITTING IN THE GARAGE due to Tesla's over the air updates, safe, valet customer support, etc. Consumer Reports hit the nail on the head when they ranked it at 99/100, but since then it's only gotten better with MORE free Tesla Supercharger stations around the US and Europe as well. We may even buy a second one to replace our last BMW, an "old" 2011 that still dumps carbon into the atmosphere which places future generations at terrible risk. Frankly, buying a Tesla Model S is the moral, ethical choice by so many measures. The fact that it is simply an outstanding car is just icing on the cake!
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2012 Tesla Model S Performance

68,830 mi.
$28,999
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2012 Tesla Model S Performance Review
Conceptually sounds produce?
by CheckPlease from Fremont, CA
July 14, 2013
3
Apart from drive train technology, here is why I am wondering about the product strategy of the Model S (it looks like it is conceptually flawed): 1. It is laid out like a Grand Tourer (GT) but lacks convenience on long trips by means of limited range/the need for recharging. 1a. Even if there is a charging network, you still have to stop and do the charging (or swap a battery and pay about the same as a full tank of gas w/ about half the range or less of tank of gas). 2. It is most useful on shorter/daily trips, but seems kind of big/too large for zipping around town, or to find a good parking spot 3. It is sporty, but not a sports car, it is a sedan, possibly well made, but still a sedan 4. I think it might be used best to replace a minivan for hauling groceries, and kids back and forth from school to soccer practice, etc. That might be a preferred application. 5. It could also work well as toy for the rich/novelty for people who like that. 6. When considering battery replacement cost, I am not sure how much that is, but say $10k after 100k miles, that adds to depreciation at a rate of 10 cents per mile. Together w/ the electricity bill adding another few cents per mile, the cost advantage seems diminished. 7. You think about charging every time you remove the plug, just like your iPhone. Say, it takes 10 seconds to plug it in at night, and another 10 seconds to unplug in the morning, that amounts to 3 minutes a week: so at least that should be taken into account when comparing to a fill up at the gas station. Plus the mental effort/distraction that it causes: don't forget to plug it in, don't forget to take the plug out... and if you do make a mistake about that, it could derail your schedule, possibly. How confining is that? I mean, at that price point, I don't want to think about these things. I want to think about whether to turn on the seat heater or the back massage, but not about whether I can make it there in discomfort, or not make a distance in style, or how to optimize a recharge: products should make your life easier/better, and not hog your time. That is also a cost, and a big one. The other things I do not appreciate about this specific car, but not specific to electric drive trains, are (1) the electrical power steering does not give me good feedback (you feel disconnected), (2) the dash board in front of you could be a bit larger, the screen in the center could be a bit smaller, (3) the window sill is too far away in order to rest your left arm comfortably and steer. Another aspect that has to do w/ electrical drive but is probably only because we are not used to it: the torque curve remains flat. So while you might expect an increase in torque as the car picks up, like in a conventional vehicle, it doesn't, or may-be drops a bit. I mean, overall the torque is enormous at all speeds, but I kept wondering what I am missing. As I said, it is most likely something to get used to, but an observation.
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2012 Tesla Model S Performance

66,306 mi.
$28,999
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2012 Tesla Model S Performance Review
Liquid Torque
by Smitten with Tesla from Chappaqua, NY
March 11, 2013
5
I got my Tesla Model S about 6 weeks ago after waiting almost 2 years. It was worth the wait. I love the silky smooth, silent, effortless torque. This cars flies and it does it with such calm grace that it is ethereal. You simply feel yourself pushed back in the seat. The numbers on the speedometer don't quite seem real, it is so quiet and smooth. The car has been perfect, no quality issues, and the handling is very sure footed. I keep looking for excuses to go out and drive. The powertrain, handling, and braking are all outstanding. Then to top it off, the touchscreen and electronic controls are a generation ahead of anything else on the market. As far as range, this car works for me about 360 out of 365 days per year, and boy is it a thrill to drive. Even after paying for the electricity to fuel it, I am saving $350 per month on gas. Once every few months, when we go on a long trip, we will take my wife's dated internal combustion car so that we can go for a few hundred miles with quick refills of gas. If the battery pack lasts for 10 years (it is under warranty for the first 8 of those years) then I will have saved about 40k on fuel and repairs, basically making the car quite cheap to own for such a luxury performance vehicle. Time will tell, and in the meantime, I am having a complete blast driving it.
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2012 Tesla Model S Performance

105,722 mi.
$24,999
GREAT DEAL $4,865 Under
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2012 Tesla Model S Performance Review
Tesla Model S
by Milen from Denver, CO
February 9, 2013
5
This is the best luxury sedan available in the world. Performance and interior are stunning. The software gives you the opportunity to get new features after you have it for awhile, non possible with any other car out there. And last but not least this vehicle promote US energy Independence, it is good for the environment and support US manufacturing.

Review Score

4.7 14 Reviews
79% of drivers recommend this car
Score Breakdown
  • Comfort
  • Value for the Money
  • Interior Design
  • Reliability
  • Performance
  • Exterior Styling
  • Seats: 5-7
  • Door Count: 4
  • Engine: 416-hp, (electric)
  • Transmission: 1-speed automatic
  • Drivetrain: Rear-wheel Drive
  • MPG: 89
Trim MPG Engine Starting Price
Model S Base 4dr Sedan 88.0 - 90.0
362-hp, (electric)
From $57,400
Model S Performance 4dr Sedan 88.0 - 90.0
416-hp, (electric)
From $92,400
Model S Signature 4dr Sedan 88.0 - 90.0
362-hp, (electric)
From $95,400
Model S Signature Performance 4dr Sedan 88.0 - 90.0
416-hp, (electric)
From $105,400
Model S Base 4dr Sedan
MPG
88.0 - 90.0
Engine
362-hp, (electric)
Starting Price
From $57,400
Model S Performance 4dr Sedan
MPG
88.0 - 90.0
Engine
416-hp, (electric)
Starting Price
From $92,400
Model S Signature 4dr Sedan
MPG
88.0 - 90.0
Engine
362-hp, (electric)
Starting Price
From $95,400
Model S Signature Performance 4dr Sedan
MPG
88.0 - 90.0
Engine
416-hp, (electric)
Starting Price
From $105,400
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