Tesla Model 3

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2020
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2020 Tesla Model 3 Ratings & Reliability
The Model 3 Long-Range is rated at 330 miles of driving range. It takes 12 hours to charge on a 32-amp 240-volt connector. Acceleration is swift, and its handling is remarkably agile. The interior is uncluttered and nicely finished, and the front seats are comfortable. However, the ride is very stiff and choppy, and the rear seat is too low and uncomfortable. The controls are very distracting, because even simple tasks, such as adjusting the mirrors, must be performed using the large touch screen in the center of the dashboard. The Autopilot suite of driver assist systems can maintain the car's speed and keep it in its lane, but it isn't designed to react to all driving conditions, so drivers must remain constantly engaged. All-wheel-drive and performance versions are also available.
2019
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2019 Tesla Model 3 Ratings & Reliability
In our measurements, the Model 3 Long-Range can go 310 miles on a charge. It takes 12 hours to charge on a 32-amp 240-volt connector. Acceleration is swift, and its handling is remarkably agile. The interior is uncluttered and nicely finished, and the front seats are comfortable. However, the ride is very stiff and choppy, and the rear seat is too low and uncomfortable. The controls are very distracting, because even simple tasks, such as adjusting the mirrors, must be performed using the large touch screen in the center of the dashboard. The Autopilot suite of driver assist systems can maintain the car's speed and keep it in its lane, but it isn't designed to react to all driving conditions, so drivers must remain constantly engaged. Standard battery versions have an EPA-rated 240-mile range. All-wheel-drive and performance versions are also available.
2017-2018
2017 Redesign Year
Tesla Model 3 2018
The latest model to join Tesla's portfolio is the Model 3 sedan, positioned as the most affordable car in the line. The Model 3 with the 60-kWh battery promises an EPA-rated 215-mile range, swift acceleration, and a full suite of standard advanced safety features. There is also a higher-performance 75-kWh version with dual motors. All Model 3s come equipped with the Autopilot suite of advanced driver-assistance features that can be enabled with an over-the-air software upgrade. Sized and priced to compete with the BMW 3 Series, the Model 3 seats five in its stark cabin. The dash is barren, with the exception of a massive, landscape-oriented touch screen. Changes for 2019 included new software updates such as a Sentry Mode which uses the car's cameras to monitor the car's surroundings. Dog mode is also new and it runs the AC when a dog is left inside. A display on the car's screen asks by-passers not to break a window to save the dog. Other changes for 2019 included Tesla's new Navigate on Autopilot software, which lets drivers choose whether the car can automatically change lanes without their input.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2018 $42,025 - $53,575 $38,080 - $48,580
2017 NA NA