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2018 Tesla Model 3 Long-Term Road Test - Introduction

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 9,975
edited December 2017 in Tesla
image2018 Tesla Model 3 Long-Term Road Test - Introduction

We have not yet taken delivery of our 2018 Tesla Model, but the buying process has reached a significant milestone as we finalize our vehicle's specific configuration.

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Comments

  • Looking forward to the most hyped car since probably "641/2 Mustang! I'm mainly looking to see if this car is LESS problematic than the first 2 Tesla's you folks owned.
  • actualsizeactualsize Santa Ana, CaliforniaPosts: 451
    Exactly. It is worth noting that the X's problems were less fundamental that the S's. Perhaps the trend will continue.

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  • gslippygslippy Posts: 513
    Since I am also a 3/31/2016 reservation holder (online, ~10:35 pm EST, 7:35 pm PST), I am looking forward to your reports. However, I am now on the fence as to whether I actually want to buy one. My alleged date is Jan-March 2018 (probably later than sooner). The car I want is ~$51500, which is pretty rich for my taste, something I foolishly didn't anticipate.
  • enrico17enrico17 Posts: 14
    Interesting but this is something that I can't afford as of the moment. Any update regarding this?
  • yerth10yerth10 Posts: 431
    All those wait for Model-3 is over. Production is ramping up and last month (07/2018), sales hit 14,250 which made it the #8 best selling car in USA. Soon the production will go higher and higher as the gigafactory churns more batteries.
  • slmandelslmandel Posts: 1
    How can you determine battery life/condition in a used tesla?
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