2017 Tesla Model 3 Avoids Nissan Leaf To Take On BMW i3
The price tag of the Tesla Model 3 is $35k and for this you are going to buy yourself a lot of vehicle. However, strangely enough people don’t want and affordable entry level model. Instead they have chosen to add on extras and so this takes the price tag above that of the Nissan Leaf and more along the same price as the BMW i3.
It seems that about 90% of people who ordered the Tesla Model 3 want the Supercharger access, while 75% said that they would like a big battery. 43% of people want a battery upgrade on the Model 3.
So there isn’t going to be that many Tesla Model 3 vehicles that come with the cheaper price tag. 7% said that they would have features and 30% said that they would get some upgrades.
Of course when you add on extras to the Tesla Model 3 you are going to boost the delivery time. Tesla will want to send out the vehicles that are most expensive first and then the entry level cheaper version.
With this in mind it may work out cheaper to get the Tesla Model 3 with add-ons as if Tesla go above the 200,000 mark with their vehicles people will lose the $7,500 tax incentive over in the US. If you buy the dearer version you should be among the first to get the vehicle and the incentive. Get it last and the incentive may have gone.
There are many who said that they would go for the AutoPilot and Supercharger, but one thing that didn’t go down well was the Ludicrous mode.