Tesla Makes Service More Convenient with Loaner Car Notifications.
Today we get from Tesla Europe that Tesla offers a service in you owner receives loaner vehicles when your car required service, this will show up in your Tesla App.
Also, with your Tesla Profile, your driver settings & preferences will travel with you to supported loaner vehicles
To set up these features you need to go to your Tesla profile in-app, navigate to Driver Profile settings in your own vehicle & select your Tesla account name. you can also take this image reference shared by @DillageDoge.
There the Key points of Tesla loaner vehicles that you must know:
- Tesla loaner vehicles are cars that Tesla provides to its customers while their own cars are in for service.
- Tesla loaner vehicles are typically provided free of charge, but there may be some restrictions.
- To get a Tesla loaner vehicle, customers must first schedule an appointment with a Tesla service center.
- Tesla loaner vehicles are typically available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Tesla loaner vehicles can provide customers with convenience, peace of mind, flexibility, and value.
- Tesla loaner vehicles may not always be available, they may not be free, and they may not always be in the best condition.
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Here are some of the drawbacks of Tesla loaner vehicles:
- Availability: Tesla loaner vehicles may not always be available, especially if there is a high demand for them.
- Cost: Tesla loaner vehicles may not be free, and there may be additional fees associated with them, such as mileage charges.
- Condition: Tesla loaner vehicles may not always be in the best condition, and they may not have all of the features of the customer’s own car.
Tesla offers loaner cars to its customers when they need to bring their Tesla in for service. The type of loaner car you get will depend on the model of Tesla you own. Some of the best loaner cars Tesla offers include:
- Model S P100D: This is Tesla’s top-of-the-line sedan. It has supercar-like acceleration and can go over 300 miles on a single charge.
- Model X P100D: This is Tesla’s top-of-the-line SUV. It can seat up to 7 people and can go over 295 miles on a single charge.
- Model 3 Performance: This is Tesla’s most affordable performance car. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in as little as 3.1 seconds.
- Model Y Performance: This is Tesla’s most affordable performance SUV. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in as little as 3.5 seconds.
These are just a few of the many great loaner cars that Tesla offers. When you bring your Tesla in for service, you can be sure that you will be given a car that is just as good, if not better, than your own.