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The Tesla Model 3 is good to drive, packed full of tech, fast (ridiculously so in Performance guise) and even reasonably practical. Yes, it is firmer-riding than some of its executive car rivals, but it’s never uncomfortable, even on beaten-up UK roads. It’s is also competitively priced and well equipped, and factor in its long battery range and Tesla's world-beating charging infrastructure and it's more recommendable than the Polestar 2. Indeed, it’s a real contender not just in the electric car class, but the wider executive car class, too.get the best price
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Comes very well equipped, with adaptive cruise control, keyless entry, LED headlights, power-folding mirrors, electrically operated front seats and steering column, heated front and rear seats, a 15in infotainment screen with Google Maps, Netflix and web browsing, a premium audio system, wireless charging, climate control, faux-leather seats, a rear-view camera, a panoramic glass roof and all-round parking sensors. Also gets 20in alloys and sports suspension, and is our pick of the Model 3 range.
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This range-topping variant combines bonkers acceleration (we've tested it going from 0-60mph in 3.3sec) with a long range between charges. Our pick of the range.
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