2019 Tesla Motors Model 3 ratings and reviews

The Tesla Model 3 hasn’t undergone many significant changes since its introduction in 2016, but the 2019 version still leaves heads turning with its style, technology, and performance. The Model 3 includes a dual motor all-wheel drive system that’s made to grip the road in virtually any weather condition, while its fully-electric powertrain allows it to run for 310 miles on a single charge. If that’s not impressive enough, the list of standard features probably will be; split-folding rear seats, navigation with voice recognition, USB ports, automatic LED headlights, and cameras on the rear, side, and front are just a few perks drivers can take advantage of. A long-range forward-facing radar, ultrasonic sensors, a 15-inch touchscreen, and a glass roof are also standard. An Enhanced Autopilot package adds lane keeping assist and adaptive cruise control, while a Premium Upgrades package includes heated seats and driver seat memory settings.

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The Tesla Model 3 hasn’t undergone many significant changes since its introduction in 2016, but the 2019 version still leaves heads turning with its style, technology, and performance. The Model 3 includes a dual motor all-wheel drive system that’s made to grip the road in virtually any weather condition, while its fully-electric powertrain allows it to run for 310 miles on a single charge. If that’s not impressive enough, the list of standard features probably will be; split-folding rear seats, navigation with voice recognition, USB ports, automatic LED headlights, and cameras on the rear, side, and front are just a few perks drivers can take advantage of. A long-range forward-facing radar, ultrasonic sensors, a 15-inch touchscreen, and a glass roof are also standard. An Enhanced Autopilot package adds lane keeping assist and adaptive cruise control, while a Premium Upgrades package includes heated seats and driver seat memory settings.
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