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Tesla extends warranty on Model S sedan to eight years

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Fri, 15 Aug 2014

Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA ) says it is increasing the drive unit warranty for its Model S sedan to match that of the battery pack, and will now be covered for eight years and "infinite" miles, applying to all Model S cars produced to date. TSLA expects the warranty extension to have a "moderately ...

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