The Tesla Model 3 RWD is the company’s most affordable vehicle today, starting at just $43,990 before incentives in the United States after a steep price cut implemented earlier this month.
A look at Tesla’s order page for the vehicle reveals that the Model 3 RWD can be leased for a very reasonable $399 per month.
According to Tesla’s online configurator for the Model 3 sedan, selecting “Lease” on the vehicle’s finance options defaults to an estimated $399 per month rate for the all-electric sedan.
That’s at least if customers opt for a $4,500 downpayment, a 36-month lease term, and 10,000 annual miles. Customers who desire 15,000 annual miles can expect to pay $447 per month.
Customers who want to lease the all-electric sedan for 36 months and 10,000 annual miles can expect to pay $5,594 upon signing a lease for the vehicle.
This amount includes the first month’s payment for the Model 3 RWD and an acquisition fee of $695.
Those looking to lease a Model 3 RWD with 15,000 annual miles can expect to pay $5,642 at signing.
The Tesla Model 3 RWD may be the company’s most affordable vehicle in the United States today, but it’s still a very well equipped car.
In its most basic form, the vehicle still comes with basic Autopilot as standard. Basic Autopilot offers traffic-aware cruise control, which allows the Tesla to accelerate and brake to match the speed of surrounding traffic; and Autosteer, which enables the vehicle to follow clearly defined lane lines.
The Model 3 RWD also features an EPA estimated range of 272 miles, a 0-60 mph time of 5.8 seconds, and a top speed of 140 mph.
Without any additional options, the vehicle ships with Pearl White multi-coat paint, 18″ aero wheels, and all black interiors.
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Information Source: Teslarati