Tesla Model 3 owners manuals
- The touchscreen design can lead to driver confusion
- Body panel misalignment
- Left A-Pillar Rust
- Thin and fragile paint
- Chipped and peeling paint
- Missing bolts
The Tesla Model 3 is a fully electric four-door sedan produced by Tesla. The Model 3 Standard Range Plus variant delivers an EPA-rated all-electric range of 250 miles (402 km) and the Long Range variant achieves 322 miles (518 km). The Model 3 offers full self-driving hardware, with periodical software updates adding functionality.
Limited making of the Model 3 started in mid-2017, with the first production car rolling off the construction line later the same year. As of 2020, the Tesla Model 3 is the best-selling electric automobile in records, with over 500,000 units sold.
The Tesla Model 3 comes in three primary trim levels: Standard Range Plus, Long Range, and Performance. Options on the Standard Range Plus level include 250 miles of range, a glass roof, rear-wheel drive, power-adjustable front seats, a navigation system, a 15-inch touchscreen, and Bluetooth. A bigger battery pack rated at 322 miles and all-wheel drive come with the Long Range trim.
Tesla Model 3 known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Tesla Model 3 are: