2018 Tesla Model 3 Long Range RWD EAP MSM PUP

$53,500.00
Posted over a month ago
Oakville, ON L6M0Z1(View Map)
  • Body Type
    Sedan
  • No. of Doors
    4
  • No. of Seats
    5
  • Drivetrain
    Rear-wheel drive (RWD)
  • Fuel Type
    Electric
  • Kilometers
    50,077

Includes

  • Alloy wheels
  • Navigation system
  • Bluetooth
  • Parking assistant
  • Cruise control
  • Air conditioning

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Update Mar 8 - thanks everyone for the messages and coming to see the car. I’ve had a few questions about the possibility of transferring financing. From my call with RBC (who my car loan is with), you can apply for a car loan, and if qualified, can have the loan funds that you obtain to pay my loan. The time to remove the lien (and replace with your loan) is approx 3 bus days, which at that point we can go through the usual used car transfer process. —— Hello all, as an EV enthusiast and given the impact of COVID-19 on my daily commute (I have none), I’m sad that my Model 3 has basically sat in the garage untouched since March 2020. Currently at a low mileage of 50k kms and you have the balance of new car warranty of 80k kms or 4 years (Jun 2022). You also have a battery and drive unit warranty of 8 yrs (Jun 2026) or 192k kms. I figured I might as well help someone interested in owning an EV to try, without having to buy new. My Model 3 has not been in any accidents and stored in the garage when at home. There are minor dings from errant shopping carts and small scuffs or scratches but still shines bright. I had professional paint protection film from Xpel installed on the front, side view mirrors, and partial bumper (where items from the trunk could hit it) as well as a ceramic coat. These precautions have definitely protected the gloss of the car and the Midnight Silver Metallic paint still glitters in the sun. The car has Enhanced Autopilot (EAP) ($6600 upgrade at purchase) which includes: - Navigate on Autopilot - automatically change lanes and take exits when on the highway and navigating to your destination - Summon - move the car backwards and forwards with your phone and without you in the car (great for when someone parks too tight for you to get in the car or have to park in the garage in a tight space) - Smart summon - have the car come to you in a parking lot (I’d advise in an empty parking lot, just to be extra careful) - Auto Lane Change - when on Autopilot, simply hit the turn signal and the car will check for cars in your blind spot or approaching before making the desired lane change - Auto Park - pull up to a parking spot, whether in a lot or parallel, hit the P button on the screen and the car will attempt to park itself. It also has the Premium Upgrade Package ($6600 at purchase) which includes: - Tinted full glass roof - Dimming, power heated mirrors - Custom Driver Profiles - 4 USB ports for charging (two front, two rear) - 2 smartphone docks for charging - LED fog lamps - Premium seats and interior - 12-way power front seats - Heated front and rear seats - Bluetooth music with immersive sound and 14 speaker premium audio - in car internet browsing and music streaming (works in Canada and US as car has its own LTE internet access) - satellite maps and live traffic data (new Tesla cars today have music streaming and live traffic data as a monthly fee-based service whereas this car has free unlimited service) - location aware garage opener - integrate with your wifi enabled garage door opener so your garage door opens on approach automatically This is the RWD Long Range battery version, offering up to 500kms of range on a a single charge (which really depends on your driving style and ambient temperature outside). We’ve taken it on road trips and it’s a breeze - just type in your destination and the navigation software will tell you which Tesla Superchargers to visit, how long you need to charge for, and even how many stalls are available. When the car has enough charge from the supercharger session, it’ll let you know by sending a notification to your phone (if you happen to have left for a washroom break or to get coffee)! The car is an absolutely fun to drive and, like many EV owners will tell you, I won’t be going back to a gas-powered car ever again. I love not having to care about gas prices and “filling up” at home while I sleep. Whereas our previous Hyundai Elantra took ~$50-$55 to gas up, it costs me around $8 in electricity (for my area anyway, might differ slightly for yours depending on your off-peak electricity rates). Your phone is your key! No need to worry about finding your keys or losing them - your phone’s Bluetooth connection to the car authenticates you and unlocks when you open the door handle. You also get two backup key cards (credit card sized, which I keep in my wallet). You can also access many of the controls with your phone app, such as Summon (as mentioned), start the car, preheat/cool the car (so handy in the winter and summer), vent windows, unlock the trunk and frunk (the front trunk, as EVs do not have engines the space is used as extra storage), and more. An added feature that was introduced after purchase (btw, Tesla updates software continually which includes fun new functionality like video games, “Caraoke”, “fart” mode, Netflix, YouTube, etc, for free!) is Sentry Mode which turns the cars cameras into a built in dash cam and security camera. Plug in a USB stick or external hard drive (I use a hard drive) and dash cam footage will automatically be recorded and stored on the drive (I use it for insurance, in case I ever get into an accident that wasn’t my fault). When the car is parked and senses movement in its surroundings, the cameras again turn on and record footage from the car’s front, rear and side cameras (useful in case someone damages your car and want to see the incident for potential suspect description or car information - it’s how I found out my car was hit by shopping carts in a parking lot on a windy day). Anyway, it’s a long description but I wanted to share a bit of the experience of owning this car for the past couple of years. Please do reach out if you’d like more info as I’m happy to share everything I know about EVs, whether you’re interested in the car or not. If it weren’t for my work situation, I’d definitely be keeping the car and commuting to downtown Toronto everyday. Take care and stay safe everyone!

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