2023 Tesla Model 3 electric

Starting MSRP $48,940 Est.
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Key Spec of 2023 Tesla Model 3 electric
fuel economy


fuel type



149 hp @ 6400 rpm

basic warranty

3yr./ 36,000 mi.

ProsConsWhat's New

Powerful acceleration and agile handling.

Some competitors' cabins are more blatantly luxurious and have a better fit and finish overall.

There are no significant overhauls expected for the 2023 Tesla Model 3, however, considering Tesla's penchant for continual modification, you never know.

The Long Range variant offers a stunning driving experience.

Using the touchscreen display while driving might be distracting.

It is a part of the first Model 3 generation that was introduced in the year 2017.

Upscale and modern interior with comfortable seating.

There is no Apple CarPlay or Android Auto integration.

2023 Tesla Model 3 electric Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: December 8, 2022

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The 2023 Tesla Model 3 is expected to be introduced with no change in the coming year. A destination fee of $1,200 will remain unchanged from last year just like its available option of $15,000 priced Self Driving Capability.

Featuring a 3-trim lineup of Range, Long Range and Performance, the 2023 Model 3 MSRP can be an expense of $46,990-$62,990 this season. Having said that, it simply translates to the fact that the range-leader Model 3 Performance 2022 will cost you $16,000 more than the base Range for enhanced specs and assets. 


Invoice Price



N/A $46,990
Long Range N/A $58,500




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2023 Tesla Model 3 For Sale

The 2023 Model 3 Range lease deal has not been officially announced yet. 

For budget-oriented buyers, the used 2022 Model 3 can be availed of with a base price of $14,950. Going for older model years like the 2021 Model 3 could be a matter of $37,950 and Tesla Model 3 2020 can cost as much as $35,995 along with a listing of up to 6,564 in total. 

Model Year

Starting Inventory Price

No. Of Listings

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2021 Tesla Model 3



2020 Tesla Model 3 $35,995 999
2019 Tesla Model 3 $34,999 1,820
2018 Tesla Model 3 $32,400 1,256
2017 Tesla Model 3 $39,999 22

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The 2023 Model 3 Range configuration is certainly best suited among all for its best value proposition.

Coming on the performance front, the Model 3 2023 will tackle against the spirits of BMW I4, Audi E-Tron GT, and Porsche Taycan. And its expected capability to hit 267-358 miles without giving up on the same 3.2-5.8 seconds 0-60 MPH and 140-162 MPH top speed prowess bolster its case.

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Standard Range Plus$48,940 Est. onwards

Colors and Styles

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Admiral Blue Metallic

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

The Tesla 3 is the cheapest Tesla and the Model 3 will also use the M3P battery early in 2023, while we don't anticipate Tesla to make many changes to the Model 3 by 2023. The 2023 Model 3 makes use of 455 horsepower providing rapid acceleration and looks forward to improving speed figures further from 162mph and 0-60 acceleration time of 3.1 seconds. The range is expected to topple the previous metric of 358 miles.

The Tesla Model 3 2023 infotainment system is expected to be rolled out with a new chipset making it much more efficient and responsive than it already is and will be accompanied by several over-the-air updates by Tesla. The estimated Tesla Model Y price falls around the $64,440 figure and is not one of the cheapest electric cars.


The 2023 Tesla Model 3 not only impresses with its looks and functionality options but also holds a wide range of features and specifications which include 18-inch wheels, synthetic leather upholstery, heated power-adjustable front seats, split-folding back seats, dual-zone climate control, panoramic sunroof, LED headlights, keyless entry and start, 15-inch touchscreen, and wireless charging pad. It also provides Heated rear seats, 60-40 folding bench front facing heated fold forward seatback leatherette rear seat, Carpet flooring.





$48,440 (expected)




$64,400 (expected)

Key Features

Partial premium interior upholstery

Add to or upgrade from RWD trim

15-inch touchscreen including high-definition side and rearview camera views

Premium audio – 13 speakers, 1 subwoofer, 2 amps, and immersive sound

Center console with storage, 4 USB-C ports, and wireless charging for 2 smartphones

USB-A port in the glovebox with a 128GB portable storage device included

Power adjustable heated front seats

LED fog lamps

Power folding, auto-dimming, heated side mirrors

Video Streaming, Caraoke, Music Streaming, Internet Browser premium features 

Tinted glass roof with ultraviolet and infrared protection

Interior floor mats

Upgrade to the Tesla Model 3 Performance trim gives 13 speakers, 1 subwoofer, 2 amps, immersive sound, USB-A port in the glovebox with a 128GB portable storage device included, Video Streaming, Caraoke, Music Streaming, Internet Browser premium features as functionality options. It also adds LED fog lamps for exterior distinction. There are a variety of package options offered for the Tesla 3 and it is expected to be the same as that of the 2022 Tesla Model 3 some of those packages are listed below

Full Self-Driving Capability

  • All functionality of Basic Autopilot and Enhanced Autopilot.
  • Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control.

Enhanced Autopilot

  • Navigate on Autopilot.
  • Auto Lane Change.
  • Autopark.feature
  • Smart Summon.

Fuel Economy

According to EPA, the different Model 3 ratings are between 113 MPGe and 141 MPGe. A different anticipated driving range with a stated driving range of 272 miles the base trim RWD variant is the most cost-effective. The anticipated range of the base model Tesla is increased to 315 miles for the Performance model and an astonishing 358 miles for the RWD model when upgrading to those versions.


2023 Tesla Model 3

2022 Polestar 2

2022 BMW I4



138 MPGe

113 MPGe

109 MPGe

MPGe (Highway)

126 MPGe

100 MPGe

108 MPGe

MPGe (Combined)

132 MPGe

107 MPGe

109 MPGe

Battery Capacity (kWh)

50 kWh

75 kWh

80.7 kWh



272 miles

270 miles

301 miles

In comparison, the single-motor, rear-drive I4 eDrive40 can go up to about 301 miles on a full battery, it also comes equipped with an 80.7 kWh and is said to have a 200-kilowatt charging capacity that can add a range between 88 to 108 miles in just 10 minutes duration. Additionally, the 2022 BMW I4 is the most fuel-efficient i4 variant with 109 MPGe city and 108 MPGe highway. On the other hand, the Polestar 2 offers 270 miles with 107 MPGe combined and 113 MPGe on the highway, Polestar asserts that using this technique will reenergize a dead battery to 80% capacity in 40 minutes. On comparing all the statistics, we can say that the 2023 Tesla Model 3 is a better fuel-efficient hybrid option than its adversaries.


The insides of the Model 3 is rather plain and without any individuality, mirroring the exterior's aesthetic style, but in this instance, that works to Tesla's advantage. The inside of the Model 3 is extremely elegant and clutter-free rather than having a bevy of knobs and buttons. From every seat, the entire roof is glass, giving the impression of openness. Even extra front legroom is provided by the instrument panel's forward design, resulting in a roomy passenger interior. With ample covered storage and charging for two cell phones, the premium center console is contemporary and effective. With plenty of legroom and lovely views via the all-glass top, the back seat is exceptionally pleasant. Additionally, it includes faux leather seats, tastefully incorporated air vents, and a massive panoramic moon roof.


2023 Tesla Model 3

2022 Polestar 2

2022 BMW I4

Passenger Capacity




First Row (Head/ Shoulder/ Legroom)


40.3 / 56.3 / 



41.3 / 54.6 / 



38.2 / 55.2 / 



Second Row (Head/ Shoulder/ Legroom)


37.7 / 54 / 35.2

37 / 52.6 / 33.9

36.6 / 54.3 / 34.2

Maximum cargo capacity (cu-ft)

19.8 cu-ft



In comparison, the statistics of all the competitors are quietly clustered, a better shoulder room space of the Tesla Model 3 measuring 56.3 and 54 inches at the front and rear competes with the 2022 BMW I4 which measures 55.2 and 54.3 inches at the front and rear. While the legroom capacity of the 2023 Tesla Model 3 measuring 42.7 and 35.2 inches at the front and rear is much better than most of its adversaries. While the trunk size capacity of none of the sedans is known yet, the Tesla Model 3 comes equipped with 60/40 split-folding rear seats that increase the trunk size significantly better than its adversaries. The Model 3 curiously does not come with AM radio or SiriusXM satellite radio, but it does come standard with navigation, Bluetooth, and USB connection. The standard offers a number of internet radio streaming alternatives. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are likewise ineligible for installation. The center 15-inch touchscreen may be accessed with your smartphone as a key and contains all driving controls. The Model 3 has a wide variety of entertainment options on its central display, including Netflix, YouTube, and a variety of arcade games, to make charging station layovers more tolerable. 

  • Premium Heated front bucket seats include power-adjustable front seats and custom driver profiles.
  • Remote keyless entry with an integrated key transmitter, 4-door curb/courtesy, and illuminated entry.
  • Dual zone front automatic air conditioning with steering wheel controls.
  • Premium seat trim, interior trim including aluminum/genuine wood instrument panel insert, metal-look console insert, and metal-look interior accents.
  • Power 1st-row windows with front and rear 1-touch up/down.
  • Power door locks with auto-lock feature.
  •  15-inch touchscreen display.
  • Entertainment system with digital media.
  • USB-A port in the glovebox with a 128GB portable storage device and 4 USB-C ports and wireless charging for 2 smartphones in the center console.


There has always been high acclaim for Tesla's designs, and the Model 3 is no exception. Overall, the outside of the Model 3 is simple, with a slender, wind-sweeping design. At first view, the automobile has a sleek, futuristic appearance. The hood drops dramatically since there is no engine. The body itself has a simple, organic form with little to no embellishment. The interesting part of the vehicle is a plastic aerodynamic cover for an alloy wheel along with that its ground clearance, which is suitable for a sedan at 5.5 inches, is adequate. The automobile has a considerably more modern and athletic appearance thanks to its curves. The headlamps' frowning expression adds some classic ferocity and the base trim comes equipped with 18-inch Aero wheels, while a 19-inch Sport wheel is an option.


2023 Tesla Model 3

2022 Polestar 2

2022 BMW I4

Curb Weight (lbs)

3,648 lbs

4,400 lbs

4,680 lbs

Length (inches)

184.8 inches

181.3 inches

188.5 inches

Width, with mirrors


82.2 inches

78.1 inches

81.6 inches



56.8 inches

58.3 inches

57.0 inches

Ground Clearance (inches)

5.5 inches

5.8 inches

4.9 inches

Wheelbase (inches)

113.2 inches

107.7 inches

112.4 inches

Front Track Width 


62.2 inches

63.1 inches

62.6 inches

Rear Track width


62.2 inches

63 inches

63.2 inches

The highest ground clearance can be seen in the 2022 Polestar 2 which measures 5.8 inches which is adequate for a sedan and it also assists in driving on uneven road conditions. Additionally, it offers a much better combination of track widths measuring 63.1 and 63 inches at the front and rear which helps make the automobile more stable and decrease understeer. On the other hand, the Tesla Model 3 equips a long wheelbase measuring 113.2 inches which increases riding comfort and stability, especially at higher speeds. 

  • 18-inch wheels.
  • Panoramic glass roof.
  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers.
  • Body-colored power with tilt-down heated auto-dimming side mirrors with power folding.
  • Power-folding, auto-dimming, heated exterior mirrors.
  • LED headlights and LED tail lamp type.


Every 2023 Tesla Model 3 is expected to come equipped with the full set of sophisticated safety systems that Tesla offers. A surround-view parking camera, pedestrian recognition, lane departure warning, lane change alert, blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, parking sensors, and parallel park assist are all included as standard features.

Some of its salient safety features include

  • 360° rear, side, and forward-facing cameras.
  • Tesla Vision detects nearby cars, helps prevent potential collisions, and assists with parking.
  • Tesla’s Autopilot.
  • Forward collision mitigation and rear collision warning.
  • Adaptive cruise control.
  • Autosteer lane departure warning.


2023 Tesla Model 3 vs 2022 Polestar 2

Both the models offer a single-motor and dual-motor version, the Tesla Model 3 has a single motor at the back wheels, but the Polestar 2 uses a single motor at the front wheels. When choosing the Polestar 2 FWD over a car with rear-wheel drive (RWD), you'll have improved winter driving traction. All Polestar 2 versions include a 12.3-inch digital driver's display and a google-powered infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard. Due to the absence of a central cluster in the Model 3, you must utilize the center stack to access vehicle data, which requires you to take your eyes off the road. So you can opt for the Polestar 2 over the Tesla Model 3.

2023 Tesla Model 3 vs 2022 BMW I4

The conventional BMW 4-Series sedan's grandeur, flair, and distinction have been included in the design of the BMW i4. The minimalistic approach Tesla continuously uses in their vehicle design is expanded upon with the Tesla Model 3. The Model 3 feels futuristic and sleek since it has no buttons. There is no clear winner when it comes to style and design, however, the BMW i4 is superior if you place a high priority on the vehicle's appearance and feel while making your decision. The BMW I4 is a more comfortable vehicle for long-distance driving and it is especially controlled and smooth at highway speeds in the Comfort mode and experiences far less wind and road noise than the Model 3. The BMW i4 is unquestionably superior in terms of driving enjoyment, general elegance, and comfort.

Final Verdict

Like the 2022 iteration, the latest 2023 iteration also receives a thumbs up from CARHP. The Tesla Model 3 offers regular people an affordable opportunity to leave a Tesla in their driveway. Additionally, it is a sensible option for individuals who value cutting-edge innovation thanks to its electric engine, great driving range, and variety of tech options.

vehicle bio
base price


body style

dr Sedan

engine type
horse power

149 hp @ 6400 rpm


103 lb.-ft. @ 4000 rpm


1-Speed Direct Drive


171.2 in


101.2 in


66.7 in

curb weight

2385 lbs


58.5 in

Ground Clearance

5.5 in

passenger volume

85.9 cu ft

cargo volume

13.5 cu ft

passenger capacity

5 Seats

fuel economy

150/134/133 mpg

basic warranty

3yr./ 36,000 mi.


Is the Tesla Model 3 reliable?While Tesla cars are known for fit and finish issues and a handful of sudden battery drain issues, the Model 3 does offer great value in the long run. There are no reliability ratings available as well.
How fast is the Tesla Model 3?The Tesla Model 3 in its standard guise does 0-60 MPH in 5.8 seconds while the Tesla Model 3 Performance can do the same in just 4.2 seconds.
How fast can the Tesla Model 3 charge?Tesla offers a network of fast-growing DC fast-charging Supercharger stations. Apart from that, buyers can opt for 240-volt or 120-volt home charging power stations.
How much will the 2023 Tesla Model 3 cost?The 2023 Tesla Model 3 is expected to carry forward as it is with only minor feature updates. The price range should therefore be similar to the current model starting at $48,000 and going up to $63,000

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