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  1. B

    2020 Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Long Range for Sale

    2020 Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Long Range 4 door sedan with 0-60mph in 4.2 seconds. Midnight Silver Metallic color with 19" sport wheels. Comes with autopilot, and you can upgrade to full self driving at any time. Under warranty through 2028 or after 100,000 miles, whichever comes first, with...
  2. chadcristi

    Vendor WTB Model 3 Dual Motor (non-performance)

    Looking for one clean, 1-owner Model 3 Dual Motor (not performance) for our niece. Flexible on color. Must be AWD. Will travel to your specified location for pickup. If you are still waiting to take delivery of a new car, we are willing to wait until your new car is ready for delivery. Cash...
  3. antchobees

    Delivery 26XXX - 8 Issues - Made 07/20

    Ordered Early July. Original Delivery Date: 07/18. Delayed Delivery Date: 07/30. Car manufactured in 07/2020 Here are my problems with this delivery. 1. Frunk gap isn’t align correctly. 2. Both front driver and passenger seats looks like someone ran a knife through the back of it. Very...
  4. V

    2018 Tesla Model 3 * Long range * Dual motor * EAP * 3589 miles

    Hello I'm selling my Tesla Model 3; 2018 Model 3 Long range Dual Motor AWD, blue metallic, premium black interior, I purchased it new in Nov 2018 and didn't start driving until Jan 2019. Date of manufacture 11/2018. I purchased the enhanced auto pilot. I did not purchase the FSD. The car has...
  5. D

    2015 Tesla Model S - 85D - 68K - $37,900

    Clean 2015 Tesla Model S 85D. I got it Tesla as a CPO and it has been an amazing car. I'm basically only selling it to save up for a cybertruck. Benefits of buying from me vs Tesla for a similar model: remaining warranty pretty much takes to 100k just like Tesla's. This car has lifetime premium...
  6. TTM3

    Should I replace "DUAL MOTOR" emblem with "P3D+"?

    I (think I) like the look of the P3D+ emblem over the DUAL MOTOR emblem, especially with the new "TESLA" letters on the trunk. Seems much sportier with P3D+...thoughts? (Yes, it's a new 2020 P3D(+))
  7. SpeedRacerM5

    FS 2015 Tesla Model S 85D, AP1, Midnight Silver, 61k Miles, Warranty 2022 / 96k Miles

    Hi everyone, My wife and I have decided to sell our Model S to upgrade to a family sized Model X SUV. Since we plan to road trip with two growing kiddos, it seems the natural choice. I've been driving a few different Model S since early 2016. The sleek look, low ride-height, and performance...
  8. Z

    Just pulled off a 5,303 Coast to Coast and back Roadtrip in my Model 3

    I just completed a 5,303 mile coast to coast road trip in my Telsa Model 3. Went from Laguna Niguel CA all the way to Atlanta, GA using all Super Chargers (no L2 used) the entire way. I was very happy with the experience. There was a "Tesla Void" between El Paso, Tx and Mississippi where I...
  9. Colgate2004

    Anyone else notice degraded Lane Change functionality with 2019.8.5?

    I got the 2019.8.5 update this past week (M3 LR AWD) then a day or two later was driving home from Boston and turned on auto steer and navigate on autopilot. Hoo boy. Every. Single. lane change failed. The car would begin to change lanes, cut back into the original lane, start to change lanes...
  10. ICE2EVGuy

    Model 3 - The Amazing, the not-so-amazing and the ugly!

    I have read countless Model 3 reviews with similar details, so I will try to make this as distinct as possible! Background I am coming from a Mercedes CLA 250 that I drove for 5.5 years/ 67k miles. My wife drives a 2017 Mazda 3 - which we both like for the incredible value for money it is! We...
  11. Rajraj22

    Wheel Swap question

    Hi all, My first post on this forum :).. I just ordered a Long range AWD today at the Tesla store. I wanted the 19 inch sport wheels, however, there was an inventory model 3 available with 18 inch aero wheels. The sales guys suggested that I can get the car with 18 inch wheels, take delivery...
  12. Colgate2004

    Stated Battery Capacity / EPA Economy / Mileage Does Not Add Up

    Hi all, Since I got my car (Model 3 Long-Range Dual Motor (not Performance)) I've been curious about the math behind the stated range & consumption. Tesla says the (long range) battery capacity is 75 kWh. They say the range on a full charge is 310 miles. If you do that math, 75,000 / 310 = 242...
  13. Granny’s car

    Manage account page

    When comparing the Hard copy of the “Vehicle Configuration” to my on line Tesla account “Vehicle Profile”, I’ve noticed discrepancies. The Motor vehicle purchase agreement vehicle configuration description: long range all wheel drive performance, dual motor all wheel drive, premium white...
  14. D

    Dual Motor Worth the Premium?

    Hi All, I am looking at used Model S here in the UK, specifically the 75kWh battery, as I do little milage and when I do a long trip its 150 miles, so should be fine with a 75kWh and charging. I have seen a few cars that I like and fit the bill, however I am at conflict over the Dual Motors. I...
  15. AutobahnEV

    Tesla Model S OEM Front Drive Unit 3.0 # 1035000-00-F

    I have another FDU available from a 2016 90D $3000.00. I do consider reasonable offers Please message me with any questions. Thanks Tesla Model S (2012-2017) OEM Dual Motor Front Drive Unit 3.0 1035000-00-F | eBay
  16. mstafford787

    Why is my Model 3 back at Tesla’s Fremont factory while I’m in my garage in Atlanta?...

    Minutes after my update to 42.8 (Track Mode update) my GPS is way off. Anyone else and/or explanations? Thanks!
  17. Sagedaddy

    Deep Blue Metallic Waiting Room

    Forgive me if this already exists...but I haven’t seen one. Since Tesla manufactures in color batches, I thought this would be helpful to us blue hopefuls. 4/1/16 Reservation 6/28/18 Configuration Blue, AWD (Non-P), Aero 7/27/18 Updated to white interior, online account not updated Fremont...
  18. Sagedaddy

    AWD, 200,000th, and Tax Credit

    Hi, Been trolling TMC for some time now. Decided to join and this is my first post. I'm a 4/1/16 reservationist in the Bay Area that has been waiting on a RWD. When they dropped the AWD price by $1K and generisized the delivery window last week, I configured as AWD on 6/28 but wonder if that...
  19. MCJ_IP

    Frustrated by Dual Motor Delay?

    I have a March 31 reservation and live in Ohio. This means that I could potentially get a RWD car either late 2017 or early 2018--likely within the full Federal tax credit window. Unfortunately, it seems that by the time a dual motor version of the car is available for purchase, the Federal...
  20. steveho

    To "D" or not to "D"

    I’ve heard this question several times on this forum as well as other and pondered it myself before purchasing my Tesla S. My car: Tesla Model S, 60 kwh, Dual Motor, AP2.0 (no fsd), Blue, Pano. Base 19” tires which are Goodyear Eagle Touring The loaner: Tesla Model S P85, leather, rear seats...
  21. J

    The reasonably* priced Model S

    Hi there, I am placing my order this week to take advantage of the referral discount that ends 10/15 that a friend of my provided me. I know a lot of people post a lot of things about getting the fastest best Model S available out there, but I never found a good post about someone looking for...
  22. RidgeRacerJM

    Model 3 Performance Speculation @ Hawthorne Event? 0-60, etc.

    To those who were at the event in Hawthorne and had the opportunity to take a ride in the Model 3, what would you say was the 0-60 for the dual motor? I also read somewhere that they (Tesla) had to utilize a Model S component to make them (Model 3 test cars) driveable, so maybe the performance...
  23. D

    Range Reduced on Dual Motor Configs?

    I've been thinking about this since the Dual Motor versions of the Model S were announced in October. Here goes. I would argue that the realistic range of the Model S D configuration is actually LESS than the non-D. Here's my reasoning: For those of us who were around when the Model S was...

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