Published on May 28, 2019 |
by Paul Fosse
28. May 2019 by Paul Fosse
John Rougeux recently commissioned and took delivery of a Tesla Model 3 Standard Range with 570 miles of mileage. He was charged $ 35,400 (there was a $ 400 price increase recently), but he received $ 1,250 since the car had 570 miles. Buying cars with a few miles, but full guarantee that a new car seems like a great deal to me. If you get $ 1,250 off at 570 miles, I'd like to get $ 12,500 off for 5,700 miles.
The Case to Buy Standard Range
The reason for buying the Standard Range over the Standard Range Plus is to reduce your cost by $ 4,500 so you Can afford a great car with just a few minor limitations.
- You don't mind stopping a few hours to charge long trips or you don't take many long walks, or you have another car to drive on these trips. Lastly, 20 miles doesn't make much difference anyway – if you really want to go a long way, you'll need to upgrade to the Model 3 Long Range. There are so many charging stations now that you're not going to be stranded, just have to stop more often and take a little longer to charge.
- You like to run Model 3 and have no interest in Autopilot right now – You can always buy it later for $ 3,000 with gas savings and get credit card miles to upgrade.
- You don't care about fog lights or heated rear seats.
- You may lose disappointing sound in a future update. 19659015] You see, with a software limited package, you can charge up to 100% every day since it comes with 220/240 or ~ 92% of the real package, and that's fine. If you have SR + and have 240 miles of reach, you probably charge 90%, or 216 miles, every day (if that). So, as I said, if the items above don't bother you, it's a good choice.
Case to Buy Standard Range Plus
Model 3 Standard Range Plus is a somewhat high quality option over the Model 3 Standard Range. how much does the difference mean? Here are some reasons to choose the slightly higher cost trim:
- You know you want Autopilot right away and you want to put it on your loan.
- You care enough about fog lights, heated rear seats, submersible sound and 20 miles of range to pay the extra $ 4,500.
- You won't have the trouble of picking up the phone or going to the Tesla showroom – you want to book online .
With either Standard Range or Standard Range Plus, you get as many features originally supposed to be part of a $ 5,000 internal package, but Tesla decided to include in all models 3:
- Glass Roof
- Automatic dimming, damper lock
- Central console
- Electric seats and steering adjustment
- 4 USB ports (instead of 2)
- Docking for 2 smartphones
- Premium cabin materials throughout, including real wood dash
The case for buying the long rear-wheel drive model 3
- You get faster charging and have to stop charging less often. You eliminate anxiety anxiety even longer.
- You get streaming music and set the radio (with the 2 previous options, if you wanted it, you had to do it from your phone.)
- You get live traffic and satellite images on your navigation screen.
- You get Homelink to open your gates and garage doors.
- You upgrade the sound system from very good to the best I've heard.
All Wheel Drive and Performance models are beyond the scope of this article. They are very nice, but must be out of the price range for someone considering the Model 3 Standard Range.
I think many people assume you can't get the Model 3 Standard Range because it's not "t on the website but if it meets your needs and it allows you to get into a Tesla instead of buy a child car (that is, something else), I urge you to think about the departures and see if it's right for you!
If you want to take advantage of my Tesla referral link to get 1,000 miles of free Supercharging on a Tesla Model S, Model X or Model 3, here is the link: https://ts.la/paul92237 (if someone else helped you, please use the code instead of mine).