The 2020 Tesla Model 3 serves as the electric luxury brand's entry-level offering. The midsize sedan sees no major changes this year, although Tesla regularly updates its cars' operating software via wi-fi. The Model 3 debuted in 2017.
The Tesla Model 3 is an all-new electric car set to become the automaker's first mass-market vehicle after the Model S premium sport sedan and Model X crossover. Read more »
We can help you get financing, no matter your credit situation.
It's FREE, fast and simple!
100 New Cars with Car Payments Under $600 a Month
This Week's Top Car Deals & Analysis - October 23, 2020
Tesla Quietly Discontinues 7-Day Return Policy