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Remember, Tesla Is Both An Auto Manufacturer AND An Auto Dealer
t seems to be a monthly occurrence now — Tesla changes prices, people freak out, some media outlets write about it, and then everyone assumes nothing will change again for years (or something like that).
I don’t get it. Well, I get it — people don’t like to see a notable price drop on a product they just bought, since they then feel like they were idiots for buying too soon or were simply ripped off. But I also don’t get it. How is it truly controversial that a company is adjusting its prices to respond to the market and to respond to internal manufacturing changes? Isn’t that what companies are expected to do?
Aside from people simply feeling shitty that they paid more than they would have if they had waited an extra week or three, I think there are two main causes of the controversy.
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