Tesla Model 3 Price Increases $500 for Standard Range, Long Range in the U.S.



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Tesla has changed its Model 3 pricing in the United States, yet again, but this time increasing prices for two versions of the electric sedan (via @SawyerMerritt).

The Standard Range Plus and Long Range AWD both see a $500 price increase in the United States, while the Performance version remains the same. Check out the changes below:

  • Standard Range Plus: $37,490 USD (+$500; was $36,990 USD
  • Long Range AWD: $46,490 USD (+$500; was $45,990 USD)
  • Performance AWD: $55,990 USD (no change)

It’s unclear why Tesla is increasing the price of the Model 3 at these two versions in the United States.

As of writing, estimated delivery is slated at 1-3 weeks for all three versions of the Model 3.

On February 21, Tesla cut the price of the Long Range Model 3 by $1,000 USD. That price cut was short-lived as it has now been cut in half.

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