Tesla Model 3 Long Range: Not Revolutionary — Just How An Electric Car Should Be

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If there’s one car we’ve been asked to review more than any other car this year — it’s the Tesla Model 3 EV.  And while it’s not available outside of North America, Tesla’s long-promised mass-produced electric car has already outsold other electric cars this year in the U.S. alone. 

Currently, the only way you can get any decent time with a Model 3 is by owning one yourself — or finding a local owner willing to lend you a car for a few days. 

Luckily for us, just such an owner reached out and offered his car for that very purpose. And this review is the result. 

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Special thanks to Chris Almy and Michael Horton for helping with this two-day review.

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