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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by pakman00, Aug 15, 2018.
Any ball park guesses on what the standard range AWD model 3 will likely be priced at?
$35000 + $5000
Humm... since AWD is a 5k option, it ll just be the base price + 5k for AWD...
$45,000 for first run. Possibly starting / ending 1H 2019 or 2H 2019.
$35,000 + $5000(PUP) + $5000(AWD)
Tesla's gotta factor that $8,000 in software uptake on SR Model 3 is going to be the LOWEST across their entire fleet.
Awd is a $4,000 option, not $5,000.
As of a few weeks ago prices went up due to demand
Started at $5k
Dropped to $4k for a few days
Went back up to $5k
Check again lol
Load the configurator.
Love how @adaptabl disagrees with everything I say but wants help understanding why elimation of federal tax credits will make a used LR Model 3 carry more relative value in 2019.
Actually it would be $5k or at least that is how the LR models are priced - LR RWD $49k and LR AWD $54k, right?
Anyways, so assuming one might still get the full $7,500 tax credit on the LR AWD (yr end) and that the SR AWD would only get the $3,750 tax credit, i guess one way of looking at it is you can get a LR battery for only $6,250 more than what you would pay for a SR AWD instead of $10k. Again, assuming the deliveries are made within the tax credit deadlines. I am also assuming they're going to bundle the PUP for the SR AWD initially.
Base price $35k + $5k AWD + $5k PUP = $45k... to start. You have to believe Tesla will not offer anything but PUP until the very very last option is used. That's when people will finally get to configure the promised $35k
Would be nice to see a Performance AWD, Non PUP, SR model. I would buy that over the premium package.
$35k + 5K +$10K performance upgrade?
Performance with the smaller battery makes no sense... and also might not work nearly as well since the smaller battery might not be able to deliver the same amperage that the bigger battery does and that the P needs to do what it does.
Umm, I did load the configurator a few days ago and it came up as $4,000........
Currently $5k difference between LR RWD and AWD
Now the bigger question is does "available in 5-8 months" mean delivered in 5-8 months, or you can configure in 5-8 months?
I'm sure it means configure. Plus, there will be the huge backlog of reservation holders waiting for the SR version, so new orders might not even get delivery in the first half of 2019 ($3750 tax credit). That drops them to the $1875 for the second half of 2019...making ordering the LR "now" more compelling for any new orders -> hopefully being able to capture the full tax credit for a 2018 delivery. I know it's what made me order quickly.
I never considered that AWD would be available with the SR battery; neither performance.
It will be interesting to see what will be available.
I know Tesla confirmed this a while ago. But do we still think that standard range will get AWD sometime in the next few months?
I doubt that the SR, or SR+, will ever get an AWD.