Tesla Website Launches New 'Compare Models' Page, Further Enhancing Buying Process

Eva Fox by Eva Fox December 29, 2020

Tesla Website Launches New 'Compare Models' Page, Further Enhancing Buying Process

Choosing a vehicle can be fun, but also should be done with care. It is important to consider various characteristics, from price to performance, in order to choose the most suitable car for you. Today, more and more consumers are choosing EVs, and Tesla is the smartest choice. However, every Tesla model has several options, with a range of specifications and price points, so it is worth comparing the models side by side.

Tesla has now added a new page to its website where you can do just that--allowing you to compare up to three models at once by choosing your own specifications. On the compare page, you will immediately see all the main characteristics of the vehicle: cost, range, seats, load capacity, drive, acceleration, and top speed.



It should be noted that this page is currently available for US residents only. However, in the site settings, you can select the United States as your country, and then you will be able to access this page. This will give you the opportunity to compare the baseline performance of the models. Please note that prices will not be relevant for your country.

For now, the page only displays prices that already include a $1500 California incentive. This is not surprising, since this page is new, and Tesla will gradually add all the necessary information for ease of use for all customers in all countries.

• Click on the three bars in the upper right corner of the page


 Scroll down the pop-up menu
 Click on your country


 In the window that appears, select your region as the United States


 Click again on the link to the comparison page here

H/T @BabyTesla3/Twitter

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