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$Tesla Model Y 2021

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Tesla Model Y 2021

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Tesla Model Y 2021

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Tesla Model Y 2021

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Tesla Model Y 2021

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Tesla Model Y 2021

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Tesla Model Y 2021

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Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

Long Range

5.0

(10 trips)

Trip start

Trip end



Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers


Electric

4 doors

Hosted by

Jeffrey

5.0

Jeffrey

All-Star Host

45 tripsJoined May 2021

Typically responds in 11 minutes

All-Star Hosts like Jeffrey are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Jeffrey has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Now with fitted mattresses so that you can go Tesla Camping in the Pacific North West! Check out in add ons! Brand new (Aug 2021 delivery) 2021 Long Range Tesla Model Y. 300+ miles of range, spacious interior, and all wheel drive with instant powerful electric torque, this car is incredible fun and comfortable to drive. Autopilot, powerful AC, heated seats and steering wheel, AWD, means you’re equipped from day trips to long road trips, and at an average of $0.03-$0.07 electricity cost per mile, you’re saving a ton on fuel, especially compared gas powered SUVs. If you are unfamiliar with Teslas, please reach out and we will send you some intro videos and guides so that you can fully experience all the great features of this car :)

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Sunroof

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

AutoPilot

Extras (5)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Air mattress

Not air mattress, but a fitted foam mattress :) put the rear seats down, and the mattress fits perfectly for a good nights sleep. When not in use, fits in the front-trunk or sub-trunk perfectly :). Please bring your own sheets or rent separately.

US$80/trip1 available

Camera

Tesla Full Self Driving! Under Camera because this is the closest label available. The Tesla FSD feature set is constantly changing and updating. Please visit https://www.tesla.com/support/autopilot to see the features FSD includes.

US$220/trip1 available

Prepaid EV recharge

Save time and make dropoff a breeze by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car without fully recharging. Please return with at least 30 miles of range.

US$20/trip

Camping gear

Flat sheets for the fitted mattress. We do not reuse sheets, so they are yours to keep or toss out.

US$25/trip5 available

Unlimited mileage

Unlimited miles for your trip!

US$120/day

Guidelines

This car is a very new, well maintained, clean car. This is a smoke free and pet free vehicle, and so no smoking and unfortunately no pets are allowed.

Faqs

  • What else should I know?

    The rims on all Teslas are very susceptible to car rash. Use caution when parking! Curb rash is not going to be covered by insurance and will have to come out of your pocket. This car is fun to drive, and make sure to have fun, but do so responsibly! The car has various camera systems that are not always active but will capture video and audio automatically when it determines there is a "alarming situation".

  • Why should the battery be kept between 10% and 90%?

    It is recommended you keep the battery charge between 10% and 90% to maximize the health of the battery. If you know you need the extra few miles before getting to the next charging station, feel free to charge past 90%. When the battery is above 90%, power regeneration (charging from slowing down is reduced, which decreases efficiency). Try your best to keep the battery about 10%, in order to prevent premature wear on the battery. Also, keep in mind that if you are out of power, there is no way to just "add fuel" into the car. It will have to be towed, which can be costly.

  • What are the biggest differences from driving a normal (non electric) car?

    1) Instant torque! This is part of what makes the car so fun but it can also be alarming for unsuspecting drivers! The car will move instantly when you depress the pedal, so depress slowly the first time until you're used to it. 2) Single pedal driving. The car accelerates when you depress the pedal, and decelerates quite noticeably if you release the pedal completely. (Compared to a conventional car, which would coast instead of noticeably decelerate). To slow down, just ease off the pedal, and you will slow down. Majority of the time, you won't even need the breaks (but please do use them when necessary haha). 3) You need to be conscious of charging stations if you are traveling long distances. The navigation system in the car will show you where all the Tesla super charger stations are, as well where other destination chargers are located. Ideally, keep the battery between 10% and 90%.

  • How do I get the most range out of the car?

    The biggest factors that are within your control are speed and climate control. If you limit your climate control usage it really helps a lot. Accelerating and stopping smoothly also help a lot. Lastly, limiting speed on highways to be be below 70mph will also help to extend your mileage.

  • How do I charge the car? How much does it cost?

    The three most popular are regular outlet charging, ChargePoint or Blink charging stations and Tesla Supercharger stations. For regular outlet, there is a mobile charger in the car that you can use to just plug into any regular outlet. It will charge at a rate of about 3-4 miles per hour. There is no direct cost, just be sure you have permission to use the outlet :) For ChargePoint or Blink charging stations, there is an adapter in the car that you slot in between the charger and the Tesla's charging port. These typically charge at about 20 miles per hour. You will need to set up an account, but charges are about $0-20 depending on the charger. Downloading the PlugShare app will help you locate all nearby Chargers, including free ones! Tesla Supercharger: 200-400+ miles per hour depending on state of charge of the car at the time. It's fastest when near empty, and much slower filling up after 90% of the charge. The Model Y can charge from 5 to 90 percent in 37 minutes! No adapter is needed, just plug in the car and charge! Average costs in the greater Seattle region are about $0.40 per kilowatt hour, but varies based on location and time of day. Generally, it works out to be about $20-25 for a full charge (75kwh battery capacity). For super charging, the cost is charged to my personal account, which will be billed to you after the trip.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(10 ratings)

Reviews

Cody A.

CodySept 4, 2022

Great vehicle to rent, great communicative owner. Next time I visit Seattle I will be booking with Jeffrey again!

Nathan W.

NathanAug 18, 2022

Awesome service and car. Very helpful and responsive. Made our trip comfortable and low stress. Hope Jeffrey keeps sharing. Will most definitely choose him for future needs.

AJ D.

AJAug 8, 2022

Great host! Excellent car. Definitely recommend

Lindsey G.

LindseyJul 8, 2022

Car was great and pick up and drop off were easy and straight forward.

Jay P.

JayJun 28, 2022

Car was perfect, and dealings with Jeffrey were easy, simple and seamless. You can’t do better than this.

Pickup at car location

Issaquah, WA 98027
Free

Cancellation policy
$Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

1 of 9

Tesla Model Y 2021

Long Range

5.0

(10 trips)

Electric

4 doors

Hosted by

Jeffrey

5.0

Jeffrey

All-Star Host

45 tripsJoined May 2021

Typically responds in 11 minutes

All-Star Hosts like Jeffrey are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Jeffrey has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

Now with fitted mattresses so that you can go Tesla Camping in the Pacific North West! Check out in add ons! Brand new (Aug 2021 delivery) 2021 Long Range Tesla Model Y. 300+ miles of range, spacious interior, and all wheel drive with instant powerful electric torque, this car is incredible fun and comfortable to drive. Autopilot, powerful AC, heated seats and steering wheel, AWD, means you’re equipped from day trips to long road trips, and at an average of $0.03-$0.07 electricity cost per mile, you’re saving a ton on fuel, especially compared gas powered SUVs. If you are unfamiliar with Teslas, please reach out and we will send you some intro videos and guides so that you can fully experience all the great features of this car :)

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

All-wheel drive

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Sunroof

Toll pass

USB charger

USB input

AutoPilot

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Air mattress

Not air mattress, but a fitted foam mattress :) put the rear seats down, and the mattress fits perfectly for a good nights sleep. When not in use, fits in the front-trunk or sub-trunk perfectly :). Please bring your own sheets or rent separately.

US$80/trip1 available

Camera

Tesla Full Self Driving! Under Camera because this is the closest label available. The Tesla FSD feature set is constantly changing and updating. Please visit https://www.tesla.com/support/autopilot to see the features FSD includes.

US$220/trip1 available

Prepaid EV recharge

Save time and make dropoff a breeze by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car without fully recharging. Please return with at least 30 miles of range.

US$20/trip

Camping gear

Flat sheets for the fitted mattress. We do not reuse sheets, so they are yours to keep or toss out.

US$25/trip5 available

Unlimited mileage

Unlimited miles for your trip!

US$120/day

Guidelines

This car is a very new, well maintained, clean car. This is a smoke free and pet free vehicle, and so no smoking and unfortunately no pets are allowed.

Faqs

  • What else should I know?

    The rims on all Teslas are very susceptible to car rash. Use caution when parking! Curb rash is not going to be covered by insurance and will have to come out of your pocket. This car is fun to drive, and make sure to have fun, but do so responsibly! The car has various camera systems that are not always active but will capture video and audio automatically when it determines there is a "alarming situation".

  • Why should the battery be kept between 10% and 90%?

    It is recommended you keep the battery charge between 10% and 90% to maximize the health of the battery. If you know you need the extra few miles before getting to the next charging station, feel free to charge past 90%. When the battery is above 90%, power regeneration (charging from slowing down is reduced, which decreases efficiency). Try your best to keep the battery about 10%, in order to prevent premature wear on the battery. Also, keep in mind that if you are out of power, there is no way to just "add fuel" into the car. It will have to be towed, which can be costly.

  • What are the biggest differences from driving a normal (non electric) car?

    1) Instant torque! This is part of what makes the car so fun but it can also be alarming for unsuspecting drivers! The car will move instantly when you depress the pedal, so depress slowly the first time until you're used to it. 2) Single pedal driving. The car accelerates when you depress the pedal, and decelerates quite noticeably if you release the pedal completely. (Compared to a conventional car, which would coast instead of noticeably decelerate). To slow down, just ease off the pedal, and you will slow down. Majority of the time, you won't even need the breaks (but please do use them when necessary haha). 3) You need to be conscious of charging stations if you are traveling long distances. The navigation system in the car will show you where all the Tesla super charger stations are, as well where other destination chargers are located. Ideally, keep the battery between 10% and 90%.

  • How do I get the most range out of the car?

    The biggest factors that are within your control are speed and climate control. If you limit your climate control usage it really helps a lot. Accelerating and stopping smoothly also help a lot. Lastly, limiting speed on highways to be be below 70mph will also help to extend your mileage.

  • How do I charge the car? How much does it cost?

    The three most popular are regular outlet charging, ChargePoint or Blink charging stations and Tesla Supercharger stations. For regular outlet, there is a mobile charger in the car that you can use to just plug into any regular outlet. It will charge at a rate of about 3-4 miles per hour. There is no direct cost, just be sure you have permission to use the outlet :) For ChargePoint or Blink charging stations, there is an adapter in the car that you slot in between the charger and the Tesla's charging port. These typically charge at about 20 miles per hour. You will need to set up an account, but charges are about $0-20 depending on the charger. Downloading the PlugShare app will help you locate all nearby Chargers, including free ones! Tesla Supercharger: 200-400+ miles per hour depending on state of charge of the car at the time. It's fastest when near empty, and much slower filling up after 90% of the charge. The Model Y can charge from 5 to 90 percent in 37 minutes! No adapter is needed, just plug in the car and charge! Average costs in the greater Seattle region are about $0.40 per kilowatt hour, but varies based on location and time of day. Generally, it works out to be about $20-25 for a full charge (75kwh battery capacity). For super charging, the cost is charged to my personal account, which will be billed to you after the trip.

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(10 ratings)

Reviews

Cody A.

CodySept 4, 2022

Great vehicle to rent, great communicative owner. Next time I visit Seattle I will be booking with Jeffrey again!

Nathan W.

NathanAug 18, 2022

Awesome service and car. Very helpful and responsive. Made our trip comfortable and low stress. Hope Jeffrey keeps sharing. Will most definitely choose him for future needs.

AJ D.

AJAug 8, 2022

Great host! Excellent car. Definitely recommend

Lindsey G.

LindseyJul 8, 2022

Car was great and pick up and drop off were easy and straight forward.

Jay P.

JayJun 28, 2022

Car was perfect, and dealings with Jeffrey were easy, simple and seamless. You can’t do better than this.


Trip start

Trip end


Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers



Cancellation policy

Pickup at car location

Issaquah, WA 98027
Free
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