The starting prices for Tesla’s entry-level sedan and SUV have increased by $3000 since they were previously made significantly cheaper in February.
Tesla has increased the price of the Model 3 sedan and Model Y crossover once again after previously decreasing both models’ starting prices at the beginning of the year. The Model 3 now starts at $41,190 and the Model Y at $53,190.
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