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The 'Cheap' $35,000 Tesla Model 3 Is No More

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CNN reports Tesla has raised the price of its least-expensive Model 3 sedan from $35,000 to $35,400. The $400 price increase is relatively small. However, Tesla used to tout the Model 3's $35,000 starting price as the fulfillment of a long-term goal to develop affordable models. In February, the company began allowing customers to order the $35,000 Model 3, known as the standard-range trim. Less than two months, later it removed the standard-range trim from its online-order page. Tesla said demand for the standard-range trim was much lower than that for the standard-range-plus trim, which starts at $39,900.

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