The following is a guide for the Tesla Model 3. In it, you will find: versions, price, options, add-ons, maintenance required and service schedule, and accessories. It is intended to be a quick and easy place to get information about the Tesla Model 3 car.
Tesla Model 3 Versions
Model 3 Standard Range
The standard range version of the Model 3 comes with rear wheel drive, an estimated range of 263 miles, a 140 mph top speed, and a 0-60 mph in 5.3 seconds. The starting price is $39,990.
Model 3 Long Range
The long range version of the Model 3 comes with dual-motor all-wheel drive, an estimated range of 353 miles, a 145 mph top speed, and a 0-60 mph in 5.3 seconds. The starting price is $49,990.
Model 3 Performance
The performance version of the Model 3 comes with dual-motor all-wheel drive, an estimated range of 315 miles, a 162 mph top speed, and a 0-60 mph in about 3.1 seconds. The starting price is $56,990.
Model 3 Add-Ons
All three Model 3 versions come with the following paint options:
White: Comes standard
Solid Black: Costs $1,000
Midnight Silver Metallic: Costs $1,000
Deep Blue Metallic: Costs $1,000
Red Multi-Coat: Costs $2,000
The standard range and long range Model 3 come with the following tire upgrade options:
18 inch aero wheels: Comes standard
19 inch sport wheels: Costs $1,500
The performance version has these options:
20 inch Uberturbine wheels: Comes standard
All three Model 3 versions come with the following interior options:
Black: comes standard
Black and white: Costs $1,000
All three Model 3 versions have the option of purchasing full self-driving for $10,000. Eventually, this will allow you to autosteer on city streets.
Model 3 Maintenance and Service Schedule
The Model 3 has the following recommended maintenance and service schedule:
Service should be as-needed.
No fluid below the car
Windshield washer fluid
Air conditioning is working
Clean brake calipers
Tire rotation (or every 6,250-10,000 miles)
Every 2 years checks
Break fluid health check
Change air filter
Every 3 years checks
HEPA filter replacement
Every 6 years checks
A/C bag replacement and A/C service
Clean brake calipers every year (or 12,500 miles)
Top accessories/extras for the Model 3
The following are extras that could be done to the Model 3 or put inside the car to enhance and protect it.
Tinted windows – To help reduce sunlight
Wrap – to wrap and add style, like an Iridescent Tesla
Floor seats – to provide greater coverage and a better look
Touch screen protector – to help protect the center console screen
Sun shade – to help protect the inside of the car from heat
LED lights – to help light up the dim interior
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