Tesla Model 3 Long Range Used Inventory Showing Full-Self Driving, Acceleration Boost as Included

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As demand for Tesla’s vehicles continues to increase, causing the automaker to halt some of its most highly coveted electric vehicles (EVs), customers may still be able to find other ways to get the models they’re looking for — such as checking the company’s used cars.

Tesla is offering used Model 3 Long Range units with its Full-Self Driving (FSD) add-on ($12,000 USD) and Acceleration Boost ($2,000 USD) included into the price, as seen on the company’s Used Inventory page.

Various used Model 3 Long Range sedans show Full Self-Driving Capability as “included”. It seems Tesla has enabled the FSD add-on to help add value to used inventory. Some cars were shown to have had the Acceleration Boost add-on enabled as well. When you tick off the FSD and Acceleration Boost options, you’ll see Model 3 vehicles listed showing as included. Heck, even the Rear Heated Seats upgrade looks to be included as well ($200 USD).

Sadly, Full Self-Driving purchases do not transfer from the car to its next owner. This means when a Tesla customer purchases FSD for one car, and then buys another Tesla, they’ll need to pay $12,000 USD again.

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The news comes just a few days after Tesla paused new Model 3 Long Range orders in the U.S. and Canada because of wait lists being “too long,” according to CEO Elon Musk.

It also comes just a few weeks before Tesla’s release of FSD beta 10.69, set for August 20, and expected to be a massive update as detailed by Musk at the automaker’s recent stockholder’s meeting.

On Tesla’s used inventory page for Model 3 Long Range units, the EVs start as low as $46,400, ranging from 2018 to 2020 in model year, depending on ZIP code and availability. The page also displays estimated transport fees, monthly fees for financing options, odometer readings and where the car is currently located.

A new 2022 Tesla Model 3 RWD starts at $48,490 USD, with delivery pegged for October-December 2022.

Tesla’s Model 3 and Model Y took the top two sales spots in California in the first half of this year, with total brand sales jumping an impressive 82 percent in that time.