2018 Tesla Model 3

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$46,000

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2018 Tesla Model 3
2018 Tesla Model 3

Key specs

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Overview

4 trims

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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.9
  • Value for the money 4.4
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.5

Most recent consumer reviews

4.1

Most cost efficient car I have ever had

This car met many of my needs & surpassed all of my initial gripes/thoughts on owning an EV. Dream (car) come true, supported by a futuristic vendor (Carvana) that kept the process simple

4.3

Awesome car, Advanced Tech w/ a rough noisy ride.

My M3 LR RWD w/autopilot has great acceleration and handling. The minimalistic interior took a little while to get used to but I love it. Pro's: Autopilot Power / Acceleration Driving Range Handling Display / User interface and vehicle controls Regular Software Updates (Its' like Christmas every 8 weeks) Cons: Uncomfortable ride, makes you head bob, you feel every road imperfection. My wife has a Mercedes E300 and just hates to take my tesla due to the rough ride. Cabin noise at freeway speed. You would expect this level of tire / road noise in a Ford Fusion not a $60k vehicle.

4.9

Fun, reliable, and good for the environment.

This is a great car with great acceleration/performance, fun to drive, and low cost of ownership. The charging network that Tesla has is great and has never let me down on many road trips including a few across the country.

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