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2017 Tesla Model 3
2017 tesla model 3
2017 Tesla Model 3

2017 Tesla Model 3

MSRP
$35,000 - $35,000
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
123 / 136 mpg
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After much anticipation, the Tesla Model 3 has finally been shown in production form. The "affordable" Tesla sedan, as it's often called, has a starting price of $35,000 before incentives. The base model has an estimated range of 220 miles and will go from 0 to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds, according to Tesla. An optional battery pack is available for See more

2017 Tesla Model 3

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2017 Tesla Model 3

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After much anticipation, the Tesla Model 3 has finally been shown in production form. The "affordable" Tesla sedan, as it's often called, has a starting price of $35,000 before incentives. The base model has an estimated range of 220 miles and will go from 0 to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds, according to Tesla. An optional battery pack is available for $9,000 that increases range to 310 miles and drops the 0-60-mph time to 5.1 seconds. In terms of size, the Tesla measures 184.8 inches long, 56.8 inches high and 72.8 inches wide. That makes the Model 3 similar to an Audi A4 or BMW 3 Series. There's 15 cubic feet of trunk space, again similar to what other entry-level luxury cars offer. The interior is dominated by the standard 15-inch touchscreen display mounted in the center of the dash. There is no traditional instrument cluster, so all functions are controlled and monitored through the center screen. Dual-zone climate control, Wi-Fi and navigation all come standard along with all the hardware necessary for semiautonomous driving capabilities. A separate Autopilot options package ($5,000) is required to unlock most of those features, including adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist and remote parking. Tesla says that another package can be added on top of that for $3,000 to bring full autonomous capabilities, although the actual implementation of it has yet to be finalized. Base cars all get cloth interiors, but there is an optional Premium Upgrade package ($5,000) that adds upgraded 12-way adjustable seats with heating, a premium audio system, panoramic sunroof, LED foglights, and a center console with two phone docks. Also note that all colors other than black cost an additional $1,000. There's also a 19-inch wheel and tire package for an extra $1,500.
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