2018 Tesla Model 3 Long Range
325 Miles of Range
AutoPilot 2.5 Hardware & Software
Premium Upgraded Interior with Full Glass Roof and Premium Sound
0 to 60 in under 5 seconds.
The all new, loooong awaited Tesla Model 3 is finally here. AND IT'S GLORIOUS! Super sporty ride, and really fun to drive. It's the most advanced car in the world. Test out AutoPilot and enjoy the High End Premium Sound with 15 Speakers and 3 Subwoofers. Find out how easy it is to enjoy all the benefits of going electric: faster, safer, more cargo room, cheaper to maintain, cheaper to operate, charge at home and never go to a gas station again! No oil changes, no transmission, and no car dealership shenanigans.
If you need to recharge there are many free charging stations, including fast charging Tesla Superchargers. I don’t make you pay any charging fees and it will come with a complimentary charge of at least 80%.
If you have any questions about Tesla or their cars, please ask. I have been driving Teslas since 2012. You can use my referral code to get 1,000 free Supercharger miles on a new Tesla: https://ts.la/justin26081
No Smoking / No Pets Allowed in car. $200 Fine for either
MORE CHARGING INFO:
1) The Tesla will have at least 250 miles of charge when I hand you the keys. You only need to return it with 50+ miles of charge. There will be a $15 charge if returned with less than 20 miles of charge.
2) The car has access to all the Tesla SuperChargers located here http://SuperCharge.info or on the screen of the car. When charging here you can get a 250+ mile charge in 30 to 50 minutes. For most road trips, you can rely exclusively on these chargers. The navigation system has all the Tesla chargers built in so it's very easy to find them once you are in the car. PLS NOTE: The Tesla SuperChargers cost depends on the state, but generally cost less than gas, however....they do charge 40 Cents a MINUTE if you leave the car there after it's done charging so be sure to move the car when its done otherwise you are responsible for any overage charges from Tesla.
3) The car can also be charged at most regular Electrical Vehicle chargers found on PlugShare.com & the App (100+ locations in Phoenix are free, many more are not. These charge at about 20 miles of range per hour. There are also some chargers built into the Tesla Nav System, but many more are on PlugShare. The best way to charge is to multitask! Meaning do the charging while eating, shopping or even better, while you sleep!
4) It also comes with the connector cord that allows you to plug into a home charger such as a 50amp plug (like a clothes dryer) at about 25 miles / hour. RV Campgrounds are also another place you can plug in if needed. You can also plug into a regular wall outlet, but note these are VERY slow and only add about 3 miles of range an hour.