The Tesla Model S has a maintenance fee that comes out of the driver’s pockets when the car is at home or in the garage.
While there are no data available to show exactly how much it costs to maintain the car, Tesla’s customer service page has a detailed breakdown of the costs of maintenance.
It’s worth noting that the fee is not subject to the company’s annual service contract, which is generally more expensive than the average annual lease.
For the full list of maintenance costs for the Model S, check out the company page.
When it comes to the Model X, the maintenance fees are not set up to vary based on the car’s size or configuration.
The maintenance fee is $2,400 for the base Model X SUV, and $2 ,800 for the XC and XR.
Tesla says that the Model 3 will have a similar fee structure, but it’s unclear if that will include the $100 annual lease fee or the $5 annual service fee.
If you’re a Model S owner who wants to save a little on the maintenance fee, you can sign up for the service contract with Tesla and get a discount.
To sign up, head to the service section of the Tesla website.
Update: Tesla confirmed with TechCrunch that the company has increased the maintenance rate to $5 per month.