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PHOTO CAPTION: Tesla showroom in Scottsdale's Fashion Square mall. Photo courtesy Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce.

Arizona Joins List of States Attempting to Thwart Tesla Direct-to-Buyer Sales

Arizona citizens can sign up for once or twice-a-year test drives around Phoenix metro area, but no one can talk about prices or even take orders.

Published: 23-Jun-2013

Want one of those new Tesla all-electric cars that Consumer Reports has been raving about?

If you’re an Arizona resident, you’re going to have to jump through some extra hoops, all because of a state law designed to protect car dealers.

Yes, you can go take a look at the cars, which start at $70,000, at what the company calls its “gallery” at Scottsdale Fashion Square mall. You can kick the tires, sit behind the wheel and ask questions.

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