One Tesla Model 3 owner, who writes 320 days a year reported on Twitter that he got 303 miles per full charge after driving 130,000 miles. Several other Model 3 owners reported similar results confirming this result that Tesla Model 3 keeps 98% of range after 130,000 miles, thus making it a great value car.
A new study confirms what Tesla shoppers already know; used Tesla Model 3 cars make no sense at this point in time. And this is a compliment to Tesla. It has one of the highest retained values in America.
The Tesla Model 3 has been an instant classic since its release in July of 2018. The base model starts at $35,000 and the performance model starts at just over $56,000 These numbers are far below what you’d think the car was worth. So has Tesla gone too far?
Until recently, no electric vehicle has been able to match Tesla's best offerings in terms of both charging speed and efficiency. The Porsche Taycan changes things, and it is fully capable of shattering the EV cannonball record currently held by a Tesla Model 3.