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CAR magazine • 14 March 2019

This car is something of a watershed - if only Elon Musk’s team could actually sort the manufacturing woes currently besetting the Fremont factory, which is struggling to scale up production to such an extent that many think it could be the end of Tesla. That would be a huge shame if it happens. This electric 3-series rival goes one better than the Model S: it’s cheaper with snappier handling, has more Euro-friendly tighter dimensions, has improved fit and finish, and the driveline is very convincing. In addition, the smaller car is easier to manouevre in traffic, easier to park, and just as easy (or difficult) to operate for the smartphone generation. So, if it is an affordable premium BEV you’re after, one that is fun to drive and no sluggard, nothing compares to the Tesla Model 3. Unless you live in a remote part of the world where the distance to the nearest Supercharger slashes the driving range in half. Click here to see more of the full CAR magazine feature on the new Model 3

Auto Express • 24 September 2018

Range-topping Tesla Model 3 Performance sports saloon offers M3-beating performance and best-in-class tech

The 2018 Tesla Model 3 Long Range Is The Perfect Mix Of Ordinary And Revolutionary • 11 September 2018

There is no denying the 2018 Tesla Model 3's importance. It is intended to be Tesla’s volume-seller, the car that will hopefully make luxury electric cars more accessible to more people, especially when the long-promised $US35,000 version hits the market. It is the key to Tesla’s future, the source of many of its...

Tesla Model 3 fails to get Consumer Reports magazine seal of approval • 22 May 2018

Turbulent times are continuing for Tesla as an influential US consumer publication declines to recommend its Model 3 car.

Tesla Model 3 Review • 19 March 2018

The Tesla Model 3 exceeds every expectation we’ve thrown its way – as both an attainable EV and luxury sport sedan. The conveniences, ride quality, and performance luxury buyers expect are further enhanced by the Model 3’s class-leading driving aids and infotainment. Tesla may be experiencing the growing pains most mainstream automakers have long overcome, but the tech startup has much to teach the automotive industry about how to build a compelling product. This is clearly one of the best electric cars you can buy — possibly the best. Arguments against the Model 3 are few and feeble. With an available range of 310 miles and a host of excellent charging options, range anxiety is all but a thing of the past. The lack of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is a bummer, but with Tesla’s over-the-air updates, it’s only a matter of time before the Model 3 has a workable solution. Perhaps the biggest issue is supply for all this Model 3 demand. In the near term, only those who put in early orders or who have the means to load their vehicle with options can expect a Model 3 delivery this year. Thankfully, we can assure you this one is worth the wait. What about a Bolt – or a BMW? If you need a 220-mile EV right this minute and don’t mind missing out on the Model 3’s exclusive features, the Bolt EV is an excellent option. Alternatively, if you can’t be deprived of traditional luxury or a thumping exhaust note, then by all means, buy a BMW 3 Series or Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Everyone else: go place an order for a Tesla Model 3. Do you have a computer or smartphone nearby? If so, you should be reserving a Model 3 right now.

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