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RWD 60 kWh (A)
$112,340
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- 6.4km/kWh 295 bhp Single-speed (A)
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Long Range AWD 78 kWh (A)  New Variant
$138,434
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- 5.9km/kWh 378 bhp Single-speed (A)
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Performance AWD 78 kWh (A)
$159,845
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- 5.8km/kWh 393 bhp Single-speed (A)
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Price updated 11-Mar-2024

Tesla Model Y Electric
4 stars - based on 9 reviews
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Tesla Model Y Electric RWD (A) Review
Is the unbeatable charging ecosystem and generous cabin space that comes with this Tesla Model Y enough for you to look past its other flaws?
What We Dislike
Uninspired exterior design
More road noise than other electric cars
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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4.0
 
9 Consumer Reviews

 
Blackberry to iPhone? `
HW4 Model Y that was released in 2024 is a great improvement for Model Y This updated Model Y has better camera, computer system, improved comfortable suspension and all round acoustic window. This changes made Model Y the best SUV in market right now. Power wise it was instant torque and handling is superb. NVH comparable to higher end BBA yet priced lower than entry level BBA. Travelling at 160kmh in NSHW and the car very stable and quiet. The one gas pedal driving is so fun and hardly get to use brake which mean brake pad can last longer. The car is equipped with alot of features and technology. It has one of the best safety system in its class and it will take days to weeks to learn full capabilities of the car. Its simply amazing how you can control the car from tesla app and have access to many options. Space wise, its enormous, boot space the best among all EV. Simply clever design and road trip to up north much easier esp theres new tesla supercharger pitstop in afamosa melaka. A quick toilet break and get a cup of coffee/meal, the car is charged from 30% to 90% in 20 mins. With exclusive tesla supercharger, no longer have to worry about having no juice as compared to having other EV brands which has to find other charging service providers to charge their cars. A single full charge can go up to Melaka or KL depending on driving style. Overall this has to be one of most value for money EV SUV in market right now. Charging is cheap, a full charge cost $30. Basically maintenance free and no servicing/oil change required. This reminds me a transition from blackberry to iphone. It was hard but it was for a better one. I will never go back to ICE
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Best in class `
Best in class. The performance variant is just value for money.
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Real Test Drive of a Tesla `
Everything controlled from huge central monitor touchscreen Even handbrake is onscreen control (some might find this alarming - I tend to think that basic driving controls should have an analog-mechanical back-up for emergency or total power loss scenario) No need even fob, virtual fob installed like an app on your smartphone Can let up to ten ppl share one car by permitting app to be installed on up to ten handfones Each user has own account with auto preset power seat settings The front seats have backside aircon ducts which is very shiok, hope more car makers would offer this as standard But touch and feel of everything is flimsy and low quality hinting at very fast wear and tear One pedal drive with very heavy regenerative braking feel, to slow down just lift right foot from pedal slows down very fast Vast windscreen extend up to half of roof, vast rear windscreen also extend up to half of roof, break or crack it replacement likely very expensive, so must always try to avoid open air carpark. Other Online reviewers complain of water leaks and windsound from these vast windows esp in high speed highway driving. Driving feel is good, with the solidity and grounded feeling offers by a Merc or Jaguar feel due to huge battery below passengers giving it an ultra stable driving feel. Suspension is reasonably pliant, tuned to be comfy yet give good feel of the road Virtually silent drive due to battery drive, only tyre noise noticeable. However, consumes lots of tyres and brake pads as it's very heavy. Average town driving domestic user have to change tyres and brake pads every 18-24mths (compared with 4-5 yrs for normal cars). Heard that Servicing can be slow as official service dept understaffed. Hears from others that a first-gen owner had a motor failure after two years, but that's first-gen. In 3-5yrs of normal usage battery degradation sets in and battery can no longer take full charge, maybe gradually lose 10-25% charge capacity. Punitive resale price drop. Due to steep depreciation. Charging station availability anxiety and range anxiety is a given psychological burden of being an eVehicle user. Challenging for trips to M'sia In summary: a laptop with 4 wheels. Buy to play as a toy then quickly dump before 36mths old otherwise suffer hyperbolic depreciation The Model Y at $214000 is a better value proposition compared to $200k for a Model 3
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Driving the Future: The Tesla Model Y RWD - A Pragmatic Blend of Performance and... `
Introducing the Tesla Model Y RWD - a pragmatic iteration of the Model 3, positioned as a mid-priced electric SUV in the competitive market alongside contenders like the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Audi Q4 E-Tron. Addressing the aesthetic reservations, the Model Y may not boast groundbreaking looks, resembling a taller and broader Model 3, sharing 75% Of design and parts. However, it redeems itself with a hatchback, offering practicality for transporting bulkier items such as bicycles. Unlocking the car is a seamless experience, whether using the keycard or the convenience of linked phone or smartwatch integration, eliminating the need for a physical key. Entering the front cabin reveals a commanding 15" Landscape-oriented touchscreen, powered by an AMD Ryzen akin to the Model 3. This centralized hub controls navigation, climate, and glovebox access, contributing to a simple and minimalist dash. The interior echoes the Model 3's sophistication, featuring electrically adjusted and heated steering wheel, stain-resistant vegan leather seats, two wireless charging pads, two cup holders, and ample storage with expansive door bins. Standard black seats can be upgraded to white at an additional cost. Transitioning to the rear, the Model Y addresses the Model 3's seating challenges, offering a more comfortable position with a lower floor and higher seats, accommodating tall passengers without knee discomfort. Spacious legroom, reclining seats, generous headroom, rear aircon vents, two USB-C ports, an armrest, and two cupholders enhances the rear passenger experience. Practicality shines through with a 114L sealed front boot, ideal for odorous items, and a substantial 854L rear boot. On the road, the elevated ride height provides a better view, albeit with a compromise on ride comfort and handling compared to sedans. The SUV experience remains fantastic, complemented by low cabin noise from double-glazed windows and high-profile 19" Tires. Acceleration impresses for a nearly 2-ton SUV, clocking 0-100km/h in 6.9 seconds. While the WLTP range stands at 455km, real-world usage hovers around 400km. Noteworthy during road trips, the included autopilot enhances the driver's convenience, rounding out the Model Y RWD's appeal as a compelling mid-priced electric SUV in its class.
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