Tesla Motors in Los Angeles, CA

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Tesla Motors

Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(310) 553-5767
Address:10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90067
  • Monday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Thursday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Friday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Saturday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
  • Sunday: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Reviews on Tesla Motors

Karen F. | 2015-04-22

The Tesla drove smoothly and was so quiet also. There was ample space in the rear seat as well. I just love the fact there is no engine and no gas. Hope to one day be able to own my own.

Raymond M. | 2014-08-08

Omg hard to find... hidden under amc theater inside the mall parking garage
 No exterior signs.  The cars are great though.  There is a service center about a mile east on same road.... you cant miss that.. and you can see some cars there too I guess..  all in all cars are visionary and modern all electric and futuristic dash and hidden panels along side of car... which is custom made to your requested specs.

Bryan E. | 2014-01-19

I recently had the opportunity to drive my neighbor's Tesla Model S, after she purchased it. I was absolutely amazed at the performance and the features that come equipped, in an entirely electric car. The styling alone of the Tesla Model S is gorgeous. It's definitely not my mums Prius.......thank goodness, that bloody car is like a mismatched shoebox. The Model S electric car, actually resembles a really nice sports luxury car, with beautiful styling.

With the price of petrol seeming to either increase or fluctuate as often as it does, I realise the automobile spectrum tilting toward hybirds and full electrics. I was definitely not in the market for a hybrid or an electric car, because I wanted to become an overnight environmentalist, or some tree-hugging liberal, I just hate having to constantly fill my cars up with petrol. My X6, which is more my daily driver, gets a whopping 14 mpg on the road, whilst a pitiful 21 mpg on the freeway. I reckon my foot is a wee bit heavy on the accelerator, but the amount of petrol I go through each week is sad! I went to the Tesla dealership to look into acquiring the Model S, preferably the P85 version, since it can hold a longer charge, and has considerably more horsepower.

When I walked into the Tesla showroom I was immediately greeted and welcomed by the salesman, but when it comes to purchasing any new car, I reckon you're always getting swarmed by salespeople, with the goal of selling you the most expensive car the manufacturer makes, with a crapload of accessories you never use, that you just fiddle with on occasion, to make sure they work. Fortunately at the Tesla showroom, I wasn't gangbanged by 5 dudes trying to sell me the entire company. I explained to the salesman, what car I was interested in, and I wasn't going to waste my time, looking at a bunch of crap I didn't want. So the salesman went over the specs on the car I wanted, answering all my questions, both positive & negative, and was very attentive to my concerns, must be the comission...lol.

The entire Tesla showroom is well orchestrated. It's definitely like no other dealership I've been to before. There's actually a very calm and welcoming order to how customers are handled. Tesla is not your typical dealer experience. There aren't 100's of cars lined up to choose from. Your able to sit down and design specifically what car you want, based on the model you've selected. You get to choose the colour, type of interior, trim and decor, type of seats, wheels, roof (solid, all black, or panoramic glass), amongst other various choices. Make sure to call ahead to schedule a test drive of the model you're interested in, as they get booked up quite quickly. If time permits, they can squeeze you in for a test drive.

Then it was off to the design studio to go over the exact features that I wanted, not what they wanted. Since I'm paying, I'll decide. I was simply blown away at the features that come equipped on the car, plus the upgrades,  certainly impressive, especially, since it's an electric car and I really never associated electric cars, with luxury and performance. The salesman did an amazing job at really taking the time to answer each question that I posed, might not have been the answer I wanted to hear, but he was definitely honest and I respect that. I certainly left Tesla, knowing more than I ever wanted to learn about electric cars, but if you're going to purchase one, I reckon too much information never hurts. I wish they took trade-ins though.

BTW does anyone want to buy a 2013 BMW X6, I'll throw in a new air freshener and even include directions to the nearest petrol stations. However, they're already programmed on the GPS :)