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Tesla May Offer Leasing Options For Model 3 Sedan

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Tesla May Offer Leasing Options For Model 3 Sedan

Tesla May Offer Leasing Options For Model 3 Sedan

According to Automotive News, Tesla Inc.

Is pulling out all of the stops when it comes to selling their new Model 3 car.

To boost product demand, Electrek reports that the electric car company will offer leasing options, according to sources.

In two weeks, Tesla employees will reportedly be able to lease the Model 3 sedan.

No word on when leasing may be made available to general consumers.

A Tesla rep confirmed that "no decision has been made about when Model 3 leasing will be available.

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