Used Tesla Model 3 Electric Cars for sale from UK dealers
Used TESLA MODEL 3 CARS FOR SALE ACROSS THE UK
Tesla Model 3 for Sale UK
Early on in 2016, news on the debut of the Tesla Model 3 made headlines all over the world. The reaction from the target audience was nothing but positive and it is just a matter of time before this reaction translates to something substantial to the manufacturers. The hype was stimulated around the release of the Model 3 as the message was pushed through social media platforms such as Twitter that were used to make an announcement from Tesla’s CEO that his firm had received a whopping 270,000 orders of this electric vehicle, EV. Apart from receiving such a huge order of EVs, interested customers went ahead to commit themselves to buying this car by paying $1000 as deposit for each unit of this EV.
Why the High Number of Tesla Model 3 Orders
Where to find a new or used Model 3
Used Tesla Model 3 cars will eventually be available from our network of approved dealers- You can compare prices by using our search function to find and compare similar vehicles. Different dealers will offer a variation of service and guarantee packages. Please ensure you read through all the information on the vehicle listing to gain as much information as possible. Simply click on the button below to find a Model S ready to buy.
New Tesla Model 3 cars are available from Tesla Motors UK dealers- Tesla now has eight dealerships throughout the UK. Unlike conventional dealerships, Tesla’s are more like shops. Where you can go in a look at a sample car, and design and choose your vehicle specifically. The locations of the UK Tesla stores are available below.
|London-Weybridge Queen's Road 30 Queen's Road KT13 9UZ Weybridge Sales: 01932 911096||London - Brent Cross Supercharger Prince Charles Drive NW4 3FP London Sales: 0203 514 6857||London-Gatwick County Oak Way Crawley RH11 7ST London Sales: 0129 332 4021||London-Heathrow Horton Road West Drayton UB7 8JD London Sales: 018 95 714 009|
|London-Westfield London Ariel Way W12 7GB London Sales: 0208 740 6035||Bristol Cribbs Causeway Unit 118 (Upper Level) The Mall at Cribbs Causeway BS34 5DG Bristol Sales: 01172 050 332||Birmingham-Digbeth 149-159 High Street, Digbeth B12 0JU Birmingham Sales: 0121 368 0645||Manchester-Knutsford 21-29 Canute Place Knutsford WA16 6BQ Manchester Sales: 015 65 31 8007|
About the Tesla Model 3
Rear-wheel Drive- According to Elon Musk, a rear wheel drive will boost the cars performance. It will also have a dual motor auto wheel drive that is optional. This will give the car a fast torque synonymous with Tesla drive train.
Mileage- The slowest Model 3 will hit 0 to 60 mph in less than six seconds; which is not slow per say. However, faster versions of the vehicle will be available. Multiple test drives by drivers at the launch event agreed with the car’s technicians that the EV had an upgraded performance package compared to other Tesla models.
The EV’s Low Price and Effect on Sales
Tesla Model 3 is being sold for as low as 30,000 euros. This is relatively cheap compared to the price tag tied to other Tesla models like the Model S that go for over 60,000 euros. However, depending on the user’s preferences, the vehicle may be customised to fit their needs. For example, there is Autonomous software that can to be installed to the vehicle at an extra cost. Tesla is investing heavily into the software to create fully autonomous vehicles.
Another issue set to affect the EV’s price is the supercharging feature. Currently, Tesla boasts of having over 1500 charging stations located in Europe and America. Musk assures Tesla lovers of having this figure tripled by the time the Tesla Model 3 is being released to the market. In addition, the supercharging standards will come specifically designed for Model 3 but they will not be free in the long run.
However, for consumers in the UK, the government assures them of getting a plug in grant for every green car used in their roads. This plays in favor of the consumer hence benefiting many buyers who may buy this car to enjoy this subsidy of £5000.
Potential Drawbacks in Sale of Model 3
Tesla has received deposits of up to $276 million in terms of deposits for this affordable $35,000 EV. It is set to be launched towards the end of 2017 and thereafter released to the US market. After this, other markets like Europe and Asia follow. But, the company is yet to begin the production of this EV because of a number of factors that still hinder the rolling out of the production line. They include:
Tesla's Official Launch Video For The Model 3
Looks, Size and Stats
The Tesla Model 3 will be similar to the Model S with around a 20% reduction in size. Tesla are estimating that by 2020 they will be selling around 500,000 units. One of the reasons Tesla will be able to produce long range battery packs at affordable prices, is because they have made a $5 billion investment into a brand-new battery Gigafactory which is being built in Nevada USA.
Much more information concerning the car remains Tesla’s top secret. There is still time to come up with better and improved features vital in enhancing the car’s performance in the long run. However, we cannot rule out the fact that Tesla Model 3 is set to face stiff competition from world’s renowned auto makers. This is because, most of this auto firms are working hard to come up with much cheaper and powerful EVs. They include BMW’s i3 Series, Mercedes C-Class and Jaguar’s XE who take up a significant market base in the UK. But what favor’s Tesla is its low price for a full EV not counting the plug in car grant that when factored in reduces the car’s cost while also pricing the car competitively for the UK market.
Tesla Model 3 in the UK Market
As every player in the industrial sector is striving to go green, new inventions and technology is all we can see in today's market. Things are not any different in car manufacturing as electric cars continue finding way in the very competitive market. Tesla Model 3 happens to be latest model of Tesla electric vehicles, EVs, set to be released to consumers towards the end of 2017. Recently, the company’s CEO, Elon Musk made an announcement on Twitter that he had received a whopping 253,000 orders of this car. The car is executive and is said to be the cheapest of the Tesla model of electric cars. This is aimed at propelling this electric car into greater heights in the auto industry.
The impact this car is bringing to the American and European markets is remarkable. In the UK, many interested buyers are making a deposit of over $1000 for each Tesla Model 3 they intend to buy. In addition, as announced by the company’s CEO, right hand drive versions of this EV will be fully available to the UK market by the end of 2017. He also hinted that each car will retail at 30,000 euros inclusive taxes and other options that come with the purchase of this car. But buyers in the UK are set to enjoy a plug in car grant from their government and this is set to adjust the car’s prices in order to compete with other giant car models supplied in to the European market. They include, Jaguar XE, Mercedes C-Class, Audi A4 and BMW 3 Series.
The exterior look of Model 3 is similar to Tesla Model S. It has a tall roof, a bobbed tail and nose. This is the signature detail of every Tesla car, making it both sporty and stylish in the long run. However, there are a number of factors that have made this car affordable while maintaining the new technology that comes with every Tesla car. They include:
This EV can cover up to 215 miles before the next recharging. The recharge system is made up of standard equipment synonymous with Tesla EVs, where the car can recharge in minutes. In fact, the EV can get a 80% charge in under 30 minutes. The US and UK enjoys a great share of the world’s super charging stations and this should not be a problem for UK Tesla lovers since the firm intends to double the number by the end of 2017. By the time Tesla Model 3 is being released, the firm aims at having tripled the present number of charging stations, located in shopping centres, airports and carparks that will be in partnership with Tesla.
This aspect is one of the most crucial ones any car buyer takes keen interest in. Tesla’s CEO hinted that the EV will accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than a six seconds. This makes it’s the best EV for short trips and around-town movement in the long run. Moreover, Elon Musk promised that the company would make faster Model 3 EV before releasing them to the market.
Size and Design
Tesla Model 3 is almost three quarters the size of its predecessor Model S. It has a slopping hatchback roofline, with the wheels sprouting out of the car’s four corners. This gives the car the maximum interior space in the long run. The EVs under floor houses the large battery making the car’s cabin floor thick hence reducing the car’s interior space.
The car’s cabin is meant for only five passengers. However, the car’s dashboard is bare except for a large touch screen that is landscape oriented unlike the portrait oriented ones in Model X and S. The touch screen is meant to operate the car’s controls and vital information pertaining to the car’s performance. The speedometer read out, is placed on the left hand corner of the dashboard.
The car comes with a self-driving technology, a signature feature in all Tesla models. In addition, an Autonomous Emergency Braking is set to be fitted into the EV although the buyer will have to settle the full installation cost of the Autopilot software. This Autopilot software is set to bring an autonomous driving making Tesla Model 3 a revolutionary EV.
The reason why this EV is cheap is to make it available for the middle income earners. This is aimed at gaining more customers to purchase this EVs in different countries. The price point has seen Tesla outsell other giant car models in UK since this client base looks at more than the economic cost of running cars but also efficiency and performance of a car, hence knocking out gasoline engine cars.
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