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I have a 2017 black Premier with 13,500 miles. Lease is 15k miles per year and was started on Sept 24, 2016 (therefore 2 years remaining) and the payment is $490 per month. Never had any issues with the car and has been dealer maintained. Actually it's the best car I have ever owned, but has always been a placeholder for the Tesla M3 which is now expected between November and January.

Does anyone have any experience with any of the 3rd party lease transfer sites? any other advice / experience to share?

PS - please no flames. Again, the Volt is amazing but intent was always to be a gap car... never thought Elon would actually hit his production targets.

charlotte, nc
 

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Don't get rid of it yet; far from clear that Tesla will hit production targets. Give it a few months of full output...
 

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Agreed, and unless you are very very high up in the reservation list, the odds of you getting delivery that soon probably aren't in your favor. It seems Tesla likes to over promise and under deliver when it comes to their time table.
 

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I have a 2017 black Premier with 13,500 miles. Lease is 15k miles per year and was started on Sept 24, 2016 (therefore 2 years remaining) and the payment is $490 per month. Never had any issues with the car and has been dealer maintained. Actually it's the best car I have ever owned, but has always been a placeholder for the Tesla M3 which is now expected between November and January.

Does anyone have any experience with any of the 3rd party lease transfer sites? any other advice / experience to share?

PS - please no flames. Again, the Volt is amazing but intent was always to be a gap car... never thought Elon would actually hit his production targets.

charlotte, nc
He hasn't yet...when it comes to the M3...missed August numbers(100), probably will miss September numbers(1500)...:rolleyes:

Here is something to read while you get ready for your M3...whenever that may occur...:)
How to transfer a lease
http://www.bankrate.com/loans/auto-loans/how-to-transfer-a-lease/
 

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Swapalease.com seems to be a large reputable operation. Never used it myself, but could be an option. If you can't find anyone to take it over, as a last resort, you could buy out the lease early, then trade it in for the TM3.
 
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