Model 3 UK orders.

Model 3 UK orders.

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Dimebars

479 posts

58 months

Thursday 18th February
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Is there usually a "standard" amount of free supercharging with M3LR?

Mine will be a leased company car if it makes any difference

skilly1

2,222 posts

159 months

Thursday 18th February
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Dimebars said:
Is there usually a "standard" amount of free supercharging with M3LR?

Mine will be a leased company car if it makes any difference
There no standard free charging normally. That was a specific promotion.

RobDickinson

30,804 posts

218 months

Thursday 18th February
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Dimebars said:
Is there usually a "standard" amount of free supercharging with M3LR?

Mine will be a leased company car if it makes any difference
IT should be ordered via a referral link and you get 1000 miles but not sure if that works via a lease company

Zoon

4,919 posts

85 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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RobDickinson said:
Dimebars said:
Is there usually a "standard" amount of free supercharging with M3LR?

Mine will be a leased company car if it makes any difference
IT should be ordered via a referral link and you get 1000 miles but not sure if that works via a lease company
Yes it does work, when the lease company place the order you should be able to specify which referral code you want to use.

Dimebars

479 posts

58 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Zoon said:
Yes it does work, when the lease company place the order you should be able to specify which referral code you want to use.
Does that only work when ordering direct and not with a broker?

I've no idea where my company "buys" the cars

Heres Johnny

6,165 posts

88 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Dimebars said:
Zoon said:
Yes it does work, when the lease company place the order you should be able to specify which referral code you want to use.
Does that only work when ordering direct and not with a broker?

I've no idea where my company "buys" the cars
It depends how much you want to pursue your company car buyers or the 3rd party company they use to get a code applied. They may well apply one of their codes anyway as both you and the person making the referral get free miles. Its worth about £30-£100 depending on how you'd otherwise get those miles so take a view about how much of a pain you want to be in your company chasing this.