Sentry mode is one of Tesla’s latest and most intriguing features, but how much power does it use? Can you turn it on and leave your car at the airport for a week …
How does the software found in the SR+ version of the Model 3 compare to the LR and Performance trims? How does the responsiveness compare to the …
We asked and 30 of you responded with your SR+ consumption figures! Thanks to everyone who did! The results show that overall efficiency is all across the …
Tesla says the Model 3’s cargo capacity is 15 cu ft including the frunk, but something’s wrong with these numbers. Why? Because we fit more stuff in the trunk than any other 15 cubic foot trunk we’ve tested. This caused us to ask: just how big is that trunk? In this unscientific test we get […]
Because you asked for it we tested the Model 3 and it come out with flying colors in our child seat test. Thanks to generous legroom and headroom figures you should even be able to put a rear facing child seat behind average adults up front.
Our “real world range test” has never caused more than a murmur before, but it caused a firestorm (not too surprising) when we reviewing the Model 3 Standard Range Plus. The car’s EPA score is 133 MPGe and 240 miles of range… but in our real world test we got a score of 192 miles […]
For this video I snagged the three latest long-range EVs under $40,000: the new Leaf Plus, the Niro EV and of course the long awaited Model 3 Standard Range [plus]. Tesla’s brand value tops the scales, the Leaf has an enormous cargo area and Kia fights back with a long standard warranty. Which will be […]
Our last look at the Model 3 focused just on the $35,000 base model, this time we got our hands on the top-end Model 3 Dual Motor Performance. With 0-60 scores of 3.3 seconds, and all the options Tesla offers, this is the direct competitor to the 340i, C43 AMG and other high performance luxury […]
If you haven’t seen part 1 of this review, click over to https://youtu.be/iMFGmeAY_7M and then head on back when you’re done. In this section we talk about overall value and how the Tesla drives out on the road.
It’s here! The Standard Range Model 3 Arrived! Well, OK, so it’s a Standard Range Plus with a $35,000 price tag. I’m actually oddly fine with that twist to this story. In this two-part video we’ll explore the Model 3 and compare it to a few EVs and other luxury cars! Let’s dive in!