Free Supercharging? Not If You’re Buying a Used Tesla*

Tesla’s Supercharger program — and free, unlimited Supercharger access — was one of its strongest selling points when the Model S (and eventually Model X) were in their infancy.

But as Tesla has grown it has been forced to cut back on its Supercharger policies – first making Supercharging a perk only for referral program customers and then making it limited based on a set amount of electricity.

Throughout this however, all older Model S and Model X cars which were purchased with truly free, unlimited Supercharging were able to keep that privilege, even when they changed hands.

Now that’s changing. And we think there’s a good reason for it.

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