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Edmunds: Tesla Model 3 is the "Ultimate Driving Machine"


Posted on July 28, 2019 |
From Zachary Shahan

July 28, 2019 from Zachary Shahan

I had to do a double intake when I saw this tweet below. I thought it might be true from The Onion and not from Edmunds .

Above all, in case you are not aware, Edmunds is not a hippie dippie cleantech site. In fact, this makes nonsense money money funneling internet surfers to local auto dealers to buy gasmobiles. This is something. Edmonds the staff had to break the conventional car company, saying his popular slogan was more suitable for Tesla. But that's exactly what.

] says that a non-specialized model 3 pushes the BMW 330i's ass on the track. Model 3 is the ultimate driving machine rather than BMW.

This is not a novelty for anyone who has run a Tesla 3 model. You must have serious mental prejudices or perceptions. problems to say that the BMW 3 Series offers better driving than the Tesla 3 model. However, this is a kind of bias you can expect from a single exit such as Edmunds . It is not. Not at all. Here's the full 10-minute comparison of videos: Make sure you watch the last minute and a half to see the reviewer laugh at how fun the model 3 is and how shocked he is to beat BMW 330i in their assessment. Or just take the time to watch the entire video. This is quite interesting.

In addition to the quality of the drive, of course, there are several other great benefits to the Tesla Model 3. For example, the 5-year cost of ownership can easily be around 50% of the BMW 330i. (See also: Tesla Model 3 vs. BMW 230i, 330i, 440i, i3s.)

Model 3 offers a superb information and entertainment system (as BMW owner and partial owner of Tesla, I can tell you that I'm almost every day in Tesla's navigation and entertainment system in BMW). Model 3 includes plenty of entertaining Easter eggs (or apps) as part of the experience in the entertainment and entertainment industry, which I think is actually underestimated, not surpassed – and will soon offer streaming to Netflix and YouTube.

There are other benefits to ownership and broad public benefits for the model. 3 and all other electric cars, such as a comfortable home refueling and cutting incentive for oil wars. But the other huge "egoistic" reason to get Model 3, I think, is that the car has surpassed safety ratings in the US and Europe. In fact, it has the slightest chance of injury to any car that has ever been tested by NHTSA – so far.

Nobody wants to expect that they will be in an unfortunate situation, but if this is the case, it is better to be in Tesla. As a father of two young girls (and as a man who writes about livelihoods), I think about it practically every day. This is a key selling point that is actually logical and practical.

It's hard to understand that a single car can be distinguished in many ways. It's the best car to drive, it's the safest car you can buy, it's the best technology for entertainment and entertainment, and the total cost of ownership is closer to that of Honda Accord or Toyota Camry than the BMW 3 Series. But that's the story.

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Tags: BMW, BMW 3 Series, BMW 330i, Edmunds, Tesla, 19659021] Zahari Shahan Zack tries to help the community to help (and other species). Most of his time spent here on CleanTechnica as his director and editor-in-chief. He is also president of Important Media and director / founder of EV Obsession and Solar Love . Zack is recognized globally as an expert on electric vehicles, solar power and energy storage. He represented clean technologies at conferences in India, UAE, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, the Netherlands, the United States and Canada.

Zack has long-term investments in TSLA, FSLR, SPWR, SEDG, & ABB – after years of covering solar and electric motors, he just has a lot of faith in these particular companies and feels like good companies for clean technology to invest. he does not offer professional investment advice, and rather he is not responsible for losing money, so do not draw any conclusions.

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