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So, the package is "all in" minus car wash.

Alternatively one can have an own car that will be reimbursed at 0.7CHF/km.
Is there a tipping point in km where that would make sense?
No I don't think so as the cost and risk would all be on you. But try to calculate it and check it out?
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What car is it, anyway? Do you like that car?
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What car is it, anyway? Do you like that car?
not specified yet, but they have many models. As much as I could talk to other team members they all found a solution. I asked if a Model3 is doable, but that needs a change in the leasing specs I think (as the tank card is not applicable plus service costs are probably zero in the first 4 years).
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Old 13.06.2020, 13:52
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plus service costs are probably zero in the first 4 years).
Depends. Want to change tires in summer/winter? First check is often after 30 k kilometer, which can well be within the first 4 years.
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Re: company car option

AFAIK, they recommend to rotate tires after a while.
And while the brake-pads will hold up for an eternity (unless you get the P model and track it...), the brake-fluid will likely need regular checks.

But yes, no motor-oil, no gearbox-oil, no spark-plugs, no SCR2 cat, no OPF, no injection, no fuel-pump, no EGR...

So far, not many companies allow Teslas as company-cars because of "service-hell" and the lack of availability of loaners.

And of course, the leasing-rate is expensive as hell.

Model 3, white, with white interior, winter-tires, tow-hook and FSD is 66'560 or 659/month.

Usually, if the business leases a couple of cars from Audi/VW per year, they can easily get 40% off the list-price and very attractive leasing-packages.

Tesla does not see value in handing out rebates ;-)
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Tesla does not see value in handing out rebates ;-)
(off-topic)Only a fool would give discounts when he can sell more than he can produce(/off-topic)
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So far, not many companies allow Teslas as company-cars because of "service-hell" and the lack of availability of loaners.
for the odd chance that a loaner would be needed you can have Europcar on a daily rate.

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Model 3, white, with white interior, winter-tires, tow-hook and FSD is 66'560 or 659/month.
The standard plus with the sport wheels, white interior, without tow-hook and no FSD comes to 432 CHF per month with 10k down on a 5 years plan (the default plan for Tesla), not calculating the the savings. You can cut it around 50k if spec'd a little sparingly.
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