The 2017 Model 3 comes in just one trim: Long Range. Tesla talks about a lower price Standard trim, but at the time of this review, it exists nowhere on their consumer site. Tesla's pricing uses some backhanded ways of dropping the price, basically calculating gas savings and possible local tax breaks into the price. We've listed the list price without the possible discounts. The 2017 Model 3 also qualifies for the government's $7,500 federal tax credit. The
($44,000) comes with RWD, Autopilot (automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, blind spot monitoring), heated 12-way adjustable power front seats, an immersive sound audio system, standard maps and navigation, fog lights, Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity, keyless entry, a
dual-zone automatic climate control
, black paint, 18-in wheels, a 15-in center control screen, power windows, power locks, auto-dimming power-folding heated side mirrors, Bluetooth, app-based key for entry and some car functions, a rear camera, a tinted glass panel roof and eight airbags. The Premium package is mandatory and adds heated front and rear seats, 14-speaker premium audio with subwoofer and two amps, satellite-view maps with live traffic visualization, LED fog lamps, a power-adjustable steering column, leather seats, four USB ports and docking for two smartphones. Options include paint colors other than black ($1,000, $1,500 or $2,000 depending on color) and the enhanced Autopilot system with full self-driving capabilities for $5,000. The Model 3 warranty covers 8-year/unlimited on the battery and drive unit, while the rest of the car comes with a 4-year/50,000-mile limited warranty.