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This article is part of a series of posts that we’ve titled, “Anatomy of a Deal,” designed to help people understand the cost of various luxury products as well as how they were acquired.
Tesla changes its prices and trim levels every now and then, but below you'll find pricing information for each Tesla model as of this writing, with reference points to how the prices most recently changed. Unfortunately, federal tax credits on Tesla vehicles have ended, but you can still take advantage of state credits. Keep reading to learn how much you can expect to spend on a new Tesla.
The all-wheel-drive-only Tesla Model S is significantly more expensive than the Model 3. The Long Range variant, which travels an estimated 405 miles on a full charge, costs $100,690, up big time from its most recent price of $96,190. If you really want to break the bank, the tri-motor Plaid variant sees its price hiked, first from $119,690 to $131,190 after the news dropped that Tesla won't make the 520-mile, higher-performance Plaid+ model, which CEO Elon Musk says is no longer necessary. Now the Plaid runs $135,690. (Source: www.motortrend.com)
Known for its "Falcon Wing" doors, the Model X SUV is the most expensive Tesla currently available. With an estimated range of 360 miles, the Tesla Model X Long Range goes for $111,690, up from its most recent MSRP of $106,190. The Model X Plaid's range drops to an estimated 313 miles, but like the Model S Plaid, it delivers quicker acceleration and a higher top speed. Prices for this trim start at an eye-watering $126,690 after a recent $4,500 increase.
The Model Y, Tesla's compact SUV, starts at $62,190 (including a recent $4,500 price increase) for the base Long Range model that's capable of going an EPA-estimated 326 miles on a full charge of its battery pack. Yep, Tesla pricing is a rollercoaster. Additionally, Tesla offers the Model Y in a Performance variant that offers an estimated 303 miles of range and wears a $65,190 price tag, which was includes a recent increase of $2,000. The Model Y comes standard with five seats; however, $3,000 adds a small third-row bench to Long Range models, which brings the SUV's seating capacity up to seven. Drop another $1,000 and Tesla adds a tow hitch, which allows users to make the most of the SUV's available 3,500-pound towing capacity. (Source: www.motortrend.com)