Tesla Model 3 Car Lease
Finally, Tesla have built a car that’s accessible to everyone. If you’ve dreamt of owning own a cutting-edge electric car, now’s your chance with this brilliant and affordable machine. Despite the much lower price though, Tesla hasn’t cut corners. Just like previous models, this car is quite brilliant. Choose a Tesla Model 3 lease deal for an affordable fixed monthly price on one of the most revolutionary cars to date.
Just like the Model S and Model X, this Tesla eschews physical buttons for a minimalistic approach, with a cabin that’s easily managed from a gorgeous touchscreen. Standard kit includes that 15-inch screen as well as Wi-Fi, sat nav, 18-inch alloys and a reversing camera. There’s also plenty of space in the roomy interior that comfortably fits four adults.
Tesla proved perhaps more than any other manufacturer that driving an electric car can be just as thrilling as anything run on conventional fuel. The Model 3 continues that fine heritage. Whether you choose the base model 75D, capable of 0-62 mph in 4.4 seconds, or the range topping P100D, which will do the same in just 2.4 seconds, you’re guaranteed an exhilarating experience every time you put your foot to the floor.
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Whilst being Tesla's cheapest it doesn't scrimp on looks and quality.
The chassis on the Tesla Model 3 gives good feedback through the steering, which is nice and light around town and progressively weighted for faster twistier roads. The suspension is tuned in a way to soak up the urban bumps and feel taught at speed, combined with the steering, it’s a nice sporty drive.
The Model 3 has a more updated look to the large Model S, with a sweeping roofline that houses a full-length panoramic glass roof on the performance models.
The cabin is very minimalist with only the large centre infotainment screen and steering wheel, which houses the only 2 buttons on the dash. Everything from the Google Maps powered navigation to opening the glovebox is done via the touchscreen.
The rear seat, feature iso fix for child seats and will comfortably seat 2 adults for longer trips and 3 on shorter trips.
Long Range models can see a range of 350 miles and charging from Tesla’s 120kWh public charging stations sees the battery charged from 10% to 80% in 35 mins.