How I bought a Tesla for $78 Per Month

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  • I just bought the new 2019 Tesla Model 3 - here’s why it was only $78.39 per month. Enjoy! Add me on Instagram: GPStephan
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    So how does a $40,000 car come down to a price of $29,450?
    To start, this car is eligible for a $3750 federal tax credit until June 30th, 2019. This means if you pay more than $3750 in federal taxes, you will receive this entire amount back at the time you file your tax return. That money is as good as cash.
    California drivers are also eligible for a $2500 Electric Vehicle Rebate, in which the state will mail you a check for $2500 upon showing proof of purchase.
    Now Tesla gets a little sneaky after this…because in that $29,450 figure, Tesla also

    So excluding the gas savings and only focusing on the first two, cash-value rebates, the ACTUAL price of the car comes to $33,750. For a brand new Tesla. Standard Range Plus. With AutoPilot.
    So here’s how I bought this car for $78.39 per month:
    Because I financed 100% of the car, my ONLY out of pocket cost was the taxes, license, and registration - which came to $4437.01
    From the remaining amount I financed, my payment comes to $640 per month, or $7680 in the first year.
    That means, in the first year, my total out of pocket cost is $12,117.01 between my payments, taxes, insurance, etc.
    However, after the rebates and tax credits, that brings my TOTAL cost of owning this car for the first year down to $5867.01.
    Because this car is for business use, the $1438 I pay in interest on the auto loan is a tax write off, the $4437 in taxes, licensing, and registration I paid upfront is a write off, and I can depreciate the car against my income. That’s a $14,075 tax write off…which saves me roughly about $4,926.25 in taxes.
    So remember…my total out of pocket cost was $5867.01 after electric vehicle tax incentives. PLUS I save $4926.25 in taxes…that means I’m effectively buying a BRAND new Tesla Model 3 for $78.39 per month out of pocket…and realistically, this works out to be a FREE car when you take into account that MOST of that $640 per month loan payment goes towards principle, and that I can invest my money in real estate at a significantly higher return than what I’m paying in interest on the Tesla. But in terms of out of pocket cost: $78.39 per month.
    And after going through the experience buying a Tesla like this, completely sight unseen, without ever having driven one before, I have to say…I don’t understand the concern of Tesla’s no-dealership model. Personally, I think the entire worry is overblown - and I think we’ll start to see a lot MORE car companies embracing this online-only business model.
    We’re naturally entering an era where everything is done online. I haven’t been to a mall or physical store in FOREVER because it’s more convenient to buy it online, and USUALLY for a more competitive price because online stores have lower overhead, and that savings is passed down to the customer.
    And for that, I have to give Tesla credit for being the first to really challenge the traditional business model of selling cars.
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  • Anonìm dude
    Anonìm dude 4 giờ trước

    Look the little SH¡T showing off on youtube.

  • FluffyBirb
    FluffyBirb 4 giờ trước

    That’s 30 dollars more than Hulu and live tv

  • MaximusOfCaceres
    MaximusOfCaceres 5 giờ trước

    from like 40k $ to like few, sure hahaha

  • Paul Jimenez
    Paul Jimenez 13 giờ trước

    Imagine your car being the DD

  • Max R
    Max R 16 giờ trước

    Incorrect, you make too much to qualify for the $2500 CA EV rebate

  • Layla Scott
    Layla Scott 18 giờ trước +1

    Why is it always 01 cent

  • 11 11
    11 11 19 giờ trước

    You mean you rent a Tesla for $78 per month? You haven't bought anything when you're paying something off or renting something... Technically it still isn't your's.
    I am debit free and thats how I live my life. I own a Tesla Model X and unless I could buy it outright I wouldn't have bought it. I bought my home within 2 years and about 8 payments. Of corse something like a house or a car is different. But living your life owing people money isn't easy. And I like to try and keep it that way.

  • christine bandoy
    christine bandoy 21 giờ trước

    blink

  • Joshua Marquez
    Joshua Marquez Ngày trước

    @Graham Stephan For depreciation, look up Section 179...

  • Jacob Nantz
    Jacob Nantz Ngày trước

    Wd40 on the rolling part in the door, no more slams cuz.

  • Christopher Garcia
    Christopher Garcia Ngày trước +1

    So your telling me to go out start a business and then get the car in order to get a payment of 78$ lol pathetic!

  • 2012Eric64
    2012Eric64 Ngày trước

    okay Graham with the gymnopédie no. 1 as the background music 💯💣. We litty

  • Jonathan Cheung
    Jonathan Cheung Ngày trước +1

    Doesn't the California EV rebate for single filers have a income limit of 150,000?

  • California Dreamin
    California Dreamin Ngày trước

    Is this the S? 😳

  • Foodstamp Amp'd
    Foodstamp Amp'd Ngày trước

    There's a lot of mathematical BS going on here. Only the first year has the rebates. So, it's a much bigger number in the remaining years.

    • Graham Stephan
      Graham Stephan  Ngày trước

      Here's all the years: vnclip.net/video/IU89AryuY3A/video.html

  • Kriste Isopahkala
    Kriste Isopahkala Ngày trước

    If he really believes all he says, he really doesn't know how all that stuff works. Also, he has to slam the door? I thought the Teslas had some self closing mechanisms, but I guess not on the Model 3. Even if they do not, you really shouldn't have to slam a door on any car, unless there is something wrong with it.

  • KingSeptopus
    KingSeptopus Ngày trước

    Yes I agree. Please factor in the brand new half-roof they installed on your home into the "break even" on the total cost of the solar panels. Tax credit,..accounted for,..new roof????

  • Francesco Barlera
    Francesco Barlera Ngày trước

    Reeeealy? I'll buy it from you then .. how about $160 month?? 100% profit

  • isaiah ursery
    isaiah ursery Ngày trước +1

    Thumbs up for his father

  • isaiah ursery
    isaiah ursery Ngày trước

    My favorite youtuber been here since the beginning to think I was in high school when you started VNclip🤯😂

  • David kowalewski
    David kowalewski 2 ngày trước

    I have an electric bike from motorcityebikes.com The next vehicle is a tesla. Why would you want a car if it breaks down? Its only good for a few years then everything breaks down. Its what these companies are great at. Junk that looks good and rigged to work for a while.

  • SCUBA Steve
    SCUBA Steve 2 ngày trước

    you have an awesome dad

  • Gary
    Gary 2 ngày trước

    What a dickhead....

  • Geezus
    Geezus 2 ngày trước

    Ligma lol 😂 nice

  • ?:?
    ?:? 2 ngày trước

    just wait another 5 years and those model 3's will be half the value even when over 20% of it is software that will be upgraded and better 5 yrs from now. You should have put that $35,000 into investments or cash flow generating e commerce biz.

  • N1ghtmarefuel1sh0me
    N1ghtmarefuel1sh0me 2 ngày trước +1

    My mom thinking a Tesla is 1m dollars
    Me so you pay 500 a month
    Also me it’s 70 dollars
    My mom u la la

  • Dakota Bennett
    Dakota Bennett 2 ngày trước +1

    We're giving u $8200 in tax credit for depreciation and there is over 40 million Americans who dont have insurance😂

  • hothumk
    hothumk 2 ngày trước

    get 2000miles of free supercharger credit with this link... ts.la/parth32911

  • Tall Britt
    Tall Britt 3 ngày trước

    This music. I love it And it distact me lol

  • Sajjad Uddin Mahmud
    Sajjad Uddin Mahmud 3 ngày trước

    He missed to say this on 10:04 so here i am saying “AND 1 CENT”

  • Mortals
    Mortals 3 ngày trước +1

    6:37 Doug DeMuro 2.0 😂

  • Operator Echo 303
    Operator Echo 303 4 ngày trước

    Your dad seems awesome lol

  • Dom Perignom Smith
    Dom Perignom Smith 4 ngày trước

    ...🗣the racial metaphors with the color value for Tesla's vehicles are alarmingly pervasive👀...

  • Lamb
    Lamb 4 ngày trước

    Me: convinced self this all make complete sense.. goes out buys a Tesla and does all the same things ie tax non sense...etc...


    Year later: loses home and lives in a slightly use 1 yr old Tesla... for $78 dollars a month 🧐

  • Tyblerone
    Tyblerone 4 ngày trước

    In all seriousness you should never show your full body.

  • Drunken_Monkey360
    Drunken_Monkey360 4 ngày trước +1

    Man you always playing these mental gymnastics when you make these click bait videos.
    The truth?
    You paid $4k out of pocket first off
    You pay $640 a month for the loan
    You pay $80-100 a month insurance
    You pay extra to charge it.
    All of those are upfront costs that you pay and are only "reimbursed" when tax season comes around. If you didn't have the $4k up front and the extra $800 lying around monthly, there would be no way this could be possible. You should get a Gold Medal for mental floor routine you pull sometimes

  • Dee Seen
    Dee Seen 4 ngày trước

    Nice one mate..

  • Doug Spindler
    Doug Spindler 4 ngày trước

    Click bait. They dummy doesn't tell you how many months/years he's paying the $78. You've got to love millennium math and millennium logic.

  • LightSport Man
    LightSport Man 5 ngày trước

    Did you have any paint issues

  • New Balance 2019 USA
    New Balance 2019 USA 5 ngày trước

    Everybody report this video to VNclip with the 3 dots upper corner right as deceptive character, since otherwise this VNclipr received US$ 24.000 for wasting our time with false claims in the title{over 5 million views} .

  • Jon Smallberries
    Jon Smallberries 5 ngày trước

    Did you rent out one of your new duplex units to your dad? Good looking out!

  • bei1016
    bei1016 5 ngày trước

    That's So Cool, Your Dad is So Excited for you.

  • Jay P
    Jay P 5 ngày trước +7

    Basically the short answer to this video would be... buy a Tesla for business purposes.

  • Teresa Rice
    Teresa Rice 6 ngày trước

    How are u able to do tax write off? Is it because you own a business

    • Teresa Rice
      Teresa Rice 5 ngày trước

      And how do you begin to start a business to write things off as if it’s you’re company or business is this an LLC

    • Teresa Rice
      Teresa Rice 5 ngày trước

      Logical Finance what if you just paid for the car in cash, could you get it for the lower amount they would give you back anyway on that tax write off of the couple of thousand so from 35,000 to like 27,000 actually?

    • Logical Finance
      Logical Finance 5 ngày trước

      Teresa Rice yes, he’s using it as a business expense

  • I b recken
    I b recken 6 ngày trước

    You should take a look at the MCO Debit card.

  • MrAllmotorB
    MrAllmotorB 6 ngày trước

    He’s all is this the S total let down bro

  • BRANTLY ANDERSON
    BRANTLY ANDERSON 6 ngày trước

    get me to 1 million subs before i even post a vid.thx

  • Hope Nilsen
    Hope Nilsen 6 ngày trước +1

    everyone thinks tesla is soOOoO expensive... its really not

    • Investing With Chris
      Investing With Chris 5 ngày trước

      I know. I always hear people calling people with Tesla’s “rich” but the cars are very affordable and meant to be.

  • Jayce Jackson
    Jayce Jackson 6 ngày trước

    Hey what’s ligma

  • PR EDITION
    PR EDITION 7 ngày trước

    And one cent

  • Sales Pro
    Sales Pro 7 ngày trước

    maaaaan great video love the energy and the motivation ....... thank you for the great content

  • Alek tale
    Alek tale 7 ngày trước

    hi click her if you want to earn per survey 20$ @t

  • Charles Ray
    Charles Ray 7 ngày trước

    You suck bra clickbait

  • Eric Vauwee
    Eric Vauwee 7 ngày trước

    I dont get why a lot of people here are upset. Yeah, he uses his buisness for advantage and such but the title states clearly "How I bought..." and not "How you can buy...". So just grab a lesson from this video that you can leverage a lot of taxes and stuff before buying things.

  • M Chi
    M Chi 7 ngày trước

    you should have given this car to your dad.

  • Dan Rockwell
    Dan Rockwell 7 ngày trước

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  • Aaron's White Knight
    Aaron's White Knight 7 ngày trước

    Guy sounds like ferris bueller telling us about that car he wishes he got on his birthday.

  • A.M. Goudarzi
    A.M. Goudarzi 7 ngày trước

    excellent choice of music.

  • payton morris
    payton morris 7 ngày trước

    The fact that he has a LIGMA license plate, I love it

  • Eric Vauwee
    Eric Vauwee 8 ngày trước

    The day my day tells me I made a good choice will be the happiest day in my life. Guess I will have to wait a few decades more though.