Tesla Changes Model 3 Electric Vehicle Prices Again

Tesla Changes Model 3 Electric Vehicle Prices Again

Tesla has raised prices for the two cheapest models of Model 3 electric vehicles. The source recalls that the pricing model used by Tesla is different from that of most other automakers.

Tesla does not rely on third-party dealerships to distribute its vehicles. These centers usually agree on the final prices with the end customers. Instead, Tesla has its own distribution network and sets prices in every market that are the same for everyone. This is considered by many to be a great advantage for the automaker. The downside is the ability to change prices at any time.

Tesla changed prices for its Model 3 and Model Y electric vehicles somewhat last month, and then did so again earlier this month. The company didn’t stop there. Yesterday there was the third price change in the last two months.

Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus price has increased from 37 490 to 37 990 dollars, and Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD – from 46 490 to 46 990 dollars. If you add up the changes, the price of the Model 3 Standard Range Plus, Tesla’s cheapest electric car, is back to the price it was before the February drop.

The source adds that Tesla usually does not comment on price changes and does not respond to relevant press inquiries.

Tesla Changes Model 3 Electric Vehicle Prices Again

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