First Used Tesla Offered for Sale in Croatia

By , 20 Apr 2017, 17:44 PM Lifestyle
First Used Tesla Offered for Sale in Croatia Source: Njuškalo

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Since 2015, seven Tesla cars have been imported to Croatia, and one is already being offered for sale as a used car.

For the first time ever, an ad for a used Tesla car has been featured on Njuškalo, the most popular website for selling and buying in Croatia, reports Večernji List on April 20, 2017.

The price of the S70D model is 75,000 euros, and it is offered by an entrepreneur from Rijeka. As far as it is known, this is the first time that a model of the famous American electric car producer has appeared for sale in Croatian used car market.

According to Damir, the current owner from Rijeka, he is not selling the car because there is anything wrong with it. Just the opposite – he wants to buy an even better model. According to him, the dilemma is between an even better limo or the Model X which is somewhat larger. He is extremely happy with the car, so he is not thinking about switching over to some other brand.

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The model which is offered for sale was produced in 2015 and has covered 28,000 kilometres. The engine has 244 kW of power, it speeds up to 100 km/h in 5.2 seconds, and at speeds of 100 km/h it can cover 400 kilometres on a single battery charge.

The features of Tesla's cars are well-known. The company has become the most valuable in the automotive industry in the United States. It offers the upgrade of software over the internet, and this model also features a panoramic roof, a security package, a smart suspension system...

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According to Promocija Plus, seven Tesla cars have been imported to Croatia since 2015.

There are other Teslas offered for sale at Njuškalo, but these are cars which are currently located abroad, usually in Germany, and which then have to be imported as used cars to Croatia, which means that the prospective buyer has to face the well-known troubles caused by Croatia’s fast and efficient administration.

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