Buyer's Guide

Tesla

What started as a little company in California has shifted the way people think about electric vehicles, from practical economy cars to aspirational performance machines. Tesla's portfolio is impressive and only expanding, with the large Model S hatchback, compact Model 3 sedan, Model X three-row crossover, and the Model Y compact crossover.

Least Expensive: The Tesla Model 3 competes at a similar price point to cars like the Chevrolet Bolt and Hyundai Kona Electric, starting around $40,000, but it offers a superior dynamic experience.

Sportiest: The Tesla Model S P100D is a battery-powered supercar killer. With a 0-60 dispatched in just 2.3 seconds, it's quick enough to out-accelerate almost everything on the road.

Popular: The Model 3 has quickly become its bestseller, but with the modern appetite for SUVs, we expect the Model Y to sell just as well or better.

Most Expensive: The Tesla Model X in Performance spec has a starting price just shy of $100,000 and can easily be optioned north of $120,000.

Luxury Utility
$79990
93 / Hwy 99 / City
$48000
124 / Hwy 138 / City
Luxury
$37990
132 / Hwy 148 / City
$69420
107 / Hwy 115 / City

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