Tesla Offers Free, Unlimited Supercharger Use for New Model S, Model X Orders

Tesla is bringing back their popular free and unlimited use of the Tesla Supercharger network...but only for new Model S and Model X orders.

Tesla has announced that all new Model S and Model X orders will get free, unlimited access to Tesla's Supercharger network after sales of the vehicles slowed in the first half of 2019.

Tesla Offering Free, Unlimited Supercharger Access for All New Model S, Model X Orders

Tesla announced this weekend that all new Model S and Model X orders will come with free and unlimited access to Tesla's network of Supercharger stations, a popular feature they offered in the past but have alternatively offered and discontinued over the years.

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Not everybody was happy about the move, however, especially those who just purchased a Model S or Model X in the past couple of months, who will have to pay for access to Tesla's Supercharger network after their first 1,000 miles of charging.

The announcement also brought out the Tesla haters who took the opportunity to beat up on the automaker.

The issue of Tesla's drop in Model S and Model X sales is real, as the company posted a $408 million loss in the second quarter, on top of an even worse first-quarter loss of more than $700 million. It posted a record number of sales in the second quarter of 2019, shipping a total of 95,200 vehicles overall, but only 17,650 were Model S's and Model X's. Tesla's Model 3, a substantially lower-priced vehicle made up a bulk of the second-quarter deliveries.

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