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This is an old car model that is no longer for sale by the local distributor since Feb 2024.
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Tesla Model 3 Electric
4 stars - based on 13 reviews
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Tesla Model 3 RWD 110 60kWh Facelift Review
Facelift (What's New)
Single motor sends 110kW (148bhp) and 350Nm to rear wheels in this variant
Revised suspension setup
Refreshed styling, with improved aerodynamic efficiency from re-sculpted front end
New ambient lighting system and 8.0-inch rear touchscreen
13 Consumer Reviews

Outdated `
It's like the "Apple" Brand in the EV sector whereby once you used it, it's difficult to change to other brands; Its own tech and system has their own exclusivity and uniqueness where no other EVs can mimic, afterall we are talking about Tesla. However, 7 years down the road with only 1 facelift. Though the exterior still has its attractiveness but looks outdated. The interior is modern and minimilist but for a new user transiting from an ICE to EV, it might be overwhelming, on top of the already complicated setting interface, though one will adapt to it eventually. As for the drive, nothing less of expected from an EV but I feel that the regeneraticve braking (which no one mentioned about) is too much, it's like those of those senior taxi uncles taking a break on their archilles stepping and releasing on the acclerator now and then, resulting a severe motion sickness. And lastly, how this tesla spoonfeed you in its overall driving experience... You will practically "Erase" Your good driving habits you have cultivated over the years.
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First EV ever owned and its really great! `
Owned Tesla Model 3 RWD (Cat B version) for a while now and its really great! Main reason why I decided to get Tesla over other EV brands is the Tesla super charging network. Also, the drive is really quiet, smooth and comfortable. The Cat B version is powerful and nice to overtake and drive (especially in Msia). The reduced power Cat A version is good if you are a chill driver as it is the same car as the Cat B version - just on reduced power and you get some savings in COE and annual Road Tax Charging is a big concern as first time EV owner. Took a while to get a hang of usage and charging routine. I charge from about 20% To 90% Mostly or to 100% Once a while as recommended by Tesla as Model 3 is LFP battery. Full realistic usable range is >400km (on paper it states 513km) but I think battery will degrades over time Tesla warranty for battery 8 years / 160k km which guarantees 70% And basic warranty is 4 years. I think other EV brands also offer same type of warranty Add ons - Window Tinting is available to do at Tesla or you can do it outside. A must as its hot here in SG! Strongly suggest to test drive Tesla cars and also BYD / other brands to get a feel on the difference before you make your decision to transit to EV. Most important is to ensure there are charging near you whether its Tesla Superchargers, fast chargers at the malls you frequent and the slow overnight destination chargers near you. If you stay landed, lagi best, charge at home. And pay home electricity rate which is like half of what it costs outside.
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Tesla accident repair `
I'm now into the fourth year of ownership. The Tesla is still my favourite transport-fast, quiet, dependable handling and best in-car audio I have experienced. It's also very economical to run, except for the road tax. However, last week the inevitable happened. I got into an accident. Yes, all the horror tales about how much it costs to repair an electric car are true. There are only two authorised workshops in Singapore. I sent my car to one of them and got an astronomical estimate. The breakdown included all right front suspension components, the headlight assembly, sensors, 2 rims and one tyre. My regular mechanic who specialises in Porsche, Mercedes and BMW told me he couldn't fix a Tesla, but he pointed me to the best guy outside of the authorised Tesla shops - Edwin Garage. As the electric drive train was not damaged, Edwin fixed the car like any car. The computer in fact thought that the Tesla was in perfect working order. All headlights, sensors, wheels and tyres were checked to be intact. The only suspension component he needed to change was a bent tie rod. Thanks Edwin. I would like to share the great experience with all other Tesla owners and perspective owners.
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The Future of Transportation `
The Tesla Model 3 is a game-changer in the electric car market. From the moment you step inside, you can tell that this car is built with innovation and technology in mind. The minimalist interior design is sleek and modern, with a 15-inch touch screen display that controls nearly all of the car's functions. One of the most impressive things about the Model 3 is its performance. The instant torque of the electric motor provides a thrilling driving experience, and the car can accelerate from 0-60mph in just over 6 seconds. The handling and braking are also exceptional, making the Model 3 a joy to drive on winding roads. The Model 3 also boasts a range of 400km on a single charge (real world). This means that you can easily take long road trips without the need for frequent charging stops. Additionally, the car's regenerative braking system helps to extend the battery's range even further. The Model 3 comes with a host of advanced safety features, including automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, and a rearview camera. The car also has the ability to park itself, making it easy to maneuver into tight spaces. Overall, the Tesla Model 3 is a fantastic car that sets a new standard for electric vehicles. The combination of performance, design, and technology make it a must-have for tech and car enthusiasts alike. If you're in the market for an electric car, the Model 3 is definitely worth considering.
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