Tesla’s Model 3 “most satisfying” car


Meanwhile, Consumer Reports’ own review of the Model 3 notes that the car is enjoyable. “Our testers found the Model 3 to be fun to drive, thanks to the superb handling and immediate thrust from the electric motor,” Consumer Reports writes in its appraisal of the Model 3. Though the group also ranks the Model 3 behind the Audi A4 on its own overall ranking of luxury compact cars, noting that the Model 3’s “distracting controls [and] overly stiff ride” counted against the car’s score.

Tesla began production on the Model 3 in 2017 and is meant to be Tesla’s first mass-market electric car with a base price of $35,000. Meanwhile, the more expensive version of the Model 3, which features a long-range battery and costs at least $45,000, was actually the best-selling luxury vehicle of…



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