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RWD 60 kWh (A)
$114,455
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- 8.2km/kWh 321 bhp Single Speed Fixed Gear
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Performance AWD 78 kWh (A)
$163,948
(w/o COE)
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- 6km/kWh 506 bhp Single Speed Fixed Gear
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Price updated 23-May-2022

Tesla Model 3 Electric
4 stars - based on 6 reviews
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Car Review - Tesla Model 3 Electric Standard Range Plus RWD 50 kWh (A)
Does the base Model 3 have the goods to deliver the full and authentic Tesla experience that some buyers so desperately want?
What We Dislike
Autopilot (currently) isn't what many imagine or expect it to be
Steering is very heavy
Throttle modulation at low speeds is difficult
Build quality isn't quite there yet
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Comparison - Polestar 2 Long Range Single Motor vs Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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The wonder of the century
We have had this car for 3 weeks. It has been trouble free, fast and fun. The simplistic interior is fantastic. We have also taken two long trips in the car, not an issue at all. Tech is outstanding. Cons are Tesla has not been building vehicles for 100 years and it shows. It has more road noise than it should, fit and finish lacks versus other manufacturers. Others have a long way to go to match Tesla in electric cars, Tesla has a short way to go to match others in building CARS.
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No regrets
The Tesla has a bit more wind noise and you feel rough roads a bit more than our 2013 Lexus ES. The interior of this car is not as nice as similarly priced luxury cars at this price point. The fit and finish isn't quite as good as a Mercedez, Lexus, BMW or Audi as far as exterior and interior. However, the driving functionality and infotainment system is amazing. After a few days driving you quickly forget about small mis-alignments only visible if you go over your car with a fine tooth comb. With the Tesla you are paying for the drivetrain tech/battery and infotainment system tech, free OTA updates etc. These things are far superior to Mercedes and BMW ICE cars at a similar price point IMO. There's honestly nothing like this car. It puts a smile on my face every day I drive it. Seriously, just go test drive one. I used to be skeptical, but I think all of my cars from now on will be Teslas. The instant torque and regenerative braking make this thing handle like a supercar. The slowest one goes 0-60 as quick as a stock muscle car. It's legitimately insane. If you get the Performance version, it's basically the quickest car under $200k. Did I mention the acceleration? Because wow.
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Cheap but not so cheerful
Tesla Model 3 is a good car if your drive involves traffic jams daily. If you do highway driving or longer distances, that's where the car falls apart. Road noise is unbearable, wind noise is intrusive, rattles will bother everyone. Range is only 300km when used in town for the Performance variant (used till 10% Charge) Avoid this car if you have a larger budget..
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Cheap, Good Power Train
The only things going for it are the low selling price (vs performance you get). Other than the drive train, I would say that the car is poorly built. Poor road holding, tyre and road noise is apparent. Poor sound insulation. Wind noise at over 80km/hr. Because of the way its built, the risk of the car being un-drivable is high if the centre screen or console should encounter a LCD display issue.
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