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Tesla has made it easier to get your foot onto the Tesla ladder by lowering the prices of the entry-level models of the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y by $1000 and $2000 respectively.
Tesla Model 3 Discount
You can now order a new Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus for $36,990, $1000 cheaper than previously, and edging slightly closer to mythical $35,000 Tesla originally promised for the EV.
Interestingly the price cut for the cheapest model was balanced by a price increase for the most expensive version, with the new prices reading:
- Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus – now: $36,990 – was: $37,990
- Tesla Model 3 Long Range (AWD) – now: $46,990 – was: $46,990
- Tesla Model 3 Performance (AWD) – now: $55,990 – was: $54,990
Tesla Model Y Discount
The attractive Tesla Model Y has seen an even bigger discount, making the entry-level Tesla Model Y Standard Range only $39,990, a whole $2000 off the earlier price.
Like the Model 3, the Model Y has also seen a price increase for its most expensive version.
The new prices for the full range are:
- Tesla Model Y Standard Range – now: $39,990 – was: $41,990
- Tesla Model Y Long Range (AWD) – now: $49,990 – was: $49,990
- Tesla Model Y Performance (AWD) – now: $60,990 – was: $59,990
The Tesla Model Y was of course only introduced recently, while the Tesla Model 3 has just seen a refresh with a new centre console, trim and powered hatch.
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