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CarAdvice podcast 164: 2019 Tesla Model 3 review!
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2nd Aug 2019
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CarAdvice podcast 164: 2019 Tesla Model 3 review!

Join Mandy Turner, Paul Maric, and Mike Costello this week. In car news, a petrol-powered 2020 Audi Q7 could be coming to Australia, the 2020 Porsche 911 Carrera has been revealed, Britain’s car industry has given its Prime Minister a warning about leaving the European Union, and Tesla has added Netflix and YouTube to its infotainment. James Wong reviews the 2019 Genesis G80, and Mandy takes a ride with Scott Collie in the 2019 Nissan Leaf.
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Mandy Turner
Tesla Model 3 AWD Long Range joins Australian line-up
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19th Jul 2019
2 min read

Tesla Model 3 AWD Long Range joins Australian line-up

UPDATE, August 2019: It's finally here! Click here to read and watch our first full Australian drive of the new Tesla Model 3. Alex Misoyannis • The Tesla Model 3 AWD Long Range model currently offered overseas will form part of the Tesla Australia Model 3 spread, the company has confirmed.
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Tesla Model 3 Standard Range dropped from online configurator
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12th Apr 2019
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Tesla Model 3 Standard Range dropped from online configurator

The long-awaited US$35,000 Tesla Model 3 has been pulled from the company's online configurator and sales site, after just six weeks on sale. Dubbed 'Standard Range', the entry-level Model 3 offered 220mi (354km) of range, and a 0-60mph (0-97km/h) time of 5.6 seconds.
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James Wong
Tesla changes tack: More stores to remain open, prices rise to compensate
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11th Mar 2019
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Tesla changes tack: More stores to remain open, prices rise to compensate

Just two weeks after Tesla announced it would close most of its stores and move to an online sales model, the electric car maker has reversed course. To soften the blow of the initial announcement, the company used projected savings to reduce prices across its range by around six per cent, while some models in Australia had prices slashed by around $80,000. The move also allowed Tesla to introduce its much-anticipated US$35,000 ($50,000) entry-level Model 3 variant.
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Derek Fung