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Can I Buy A Warranty For The 2013 Tesla?

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Orochish | 23:01 Tue 25th May 2021 | Motoring
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I'm thinking of buying a used Tesla, but from private seller. Am I able to buy a warranty from Tesla? Thanks!

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Used vehicles need to purchased directly from Tesla (not from private sellers) in order to qualify for warranty protection: https://www.tesla.com/en_GB/support/vehicle-warranty That makes sense to me, as I can't imagine any vehicle manufacturer ever offering a warranty on a vehicle that they've not had the chance to check over first.
23:09 Tue 25th May 2021
Ask tesla?
I very much doubt it.
Used vehicles need to purchased directly from Tesla (not from private sellers) in order to qualify for warranty protection:
https://www.tesla.com/en_GB/support/vehicle-warranty

That makes sense to me, as I can't imagine any vehicle manufacturer ever offering a warranty on a vehicle that they've not had the chance to check over first.
They have a good rating on Trustpilot
https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.warrantywise.co.uk
I've not checked but other providers might be available...
MotorEasy is often recommended as a reliable source of warranties too. Their rules for a used car are that it must be less than 12 years old, have less than 120k on the clock and have had a manufacturer's service within the previous 12 months. (If it's not had such a service, MotorEasy can include that as part of their deal, at 40% discount against regular main dealer prices):

MotorEasy will currently give you 10% off if you quote 'MAY10' at the checkout or £75 off if you quote 'HJ75'.
you can by a warranty for most cars up to a certain age but they are so riddled with exceptions and rules that they almost never pay out. For a Tesla I doubt they even touch it, the batteries are the main issue when they die it's £thousands so they'll almost certainly be excluded anyway.

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