2021 Tesla Model 3 Long Range White on White : $585/mo, $5,000 due+transfer fee, 14 months left

Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2021 Tesla Model 3 Long Range White on White
Location: NYC area

Monthly payment : $585
Effective monthly payment (if incentive is provided):

Current mileage: 23,000
Maturity mileage: 36,000
Effective miles per month: 812
Maturity date: 12/33/2023

MSD due (if any):
Cash due (if any): 5,000
Incentive for new lessee (if any):

Financial institution:
Transfer fee: 500?
Out-of-state transfer allowed (yes/no):

Vehicle condition (accidents, tire wear, etc.), options, and other details:
excellent condition

Photos: will upload soon need to get a car wash am too lazy

basically$942 + fee +tax… a bit steep dont you think?

I need 800 miles a week.


i dont even mind the miles, although they are low

Maybe I’m a little ambitious. I knock down the down payment to 3,000.

you cant really get a model 3 LR.

Also my 585 includes tax (that’s my monthly payment)

there was someone on here looking for a 1 year lease. (1 Year Lease Need Suggestion/Opinion)

You need to get the pretax payment so people can translate to their state, assuming out of state transfers are allowed.

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Not sure if this applies to Tesla transfers but every NY assumption I have done within NYS, the DMV always took tax from the remaining lease balance. BMW actually took the tax money during the transfer.

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That includes your tax. The next lessee will pay tax on top of it.

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Put it on Swapalease… someone in NJ will take it at this price since there would be no sales tax… decent price for a short term lease compared to other options.

Is this lease “grandfathered” to be bought out after?

Model 3s never had the option for a lease-end buyout.

Thank you.

Thought that only applied to the original owner/driver and not to used cars though?

It applies to all EV transactions in NJ, AFAIK.

That being said, an NJ resident is probably better off finding a (preferably private party) used 3LR for sale.

Not only do you get the benefit of a much larger tax exemption, but due to resale values holding up, the TCO will likely be much lower.