Big discounts on Tesla Model 3 electric cars available in Australia

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Tesla is offering up to $10,000 off the listed price of remaining new and demo stock of the pre-update Model 3 electric car.

Model 3 RWD pictured.

Remaining new and ex-demonstrator examples of the 2022 and 2023 Tesla Model 3 electric sedan are being offered for up to $10,000 off in all jurisdictions except Western Australia – while stocks last.

Tesla is clearing its remaining stock of the pre-update 2022 and 2023 Model 3, after the facelifted model arrived late last year.

About 40 new and ex-demo examples are listed on the company’s website at the time of publication, in Long Range and Performance dual-motor all-wheel-drive trims – and in all states and territories except Western Australia.

For example, a 2023 Model 3 Long Range with less than 50km on its odometer is shown with discounts ranging from $8470 to $9090 off its regular price.

The discounts are dependent on the buyer’s location as well as the vehicle’s colour, options, and odometer reading, and exclude on-road costs.

The Tesla website shows a 2022 Model 3 Performance is available with discounts of $6560 to $10,520 in Queensland and the Northern Territory – though many are ex-demo examples with up to 11,000km on the clock.

A 2023 Model 3 Performance in stock with less than 50km on its odometer is shown with a price reduction of $10,150 in the Australian Capital Territory.

These prices are before further government rebates available for buying an electric car in states such as Queensland – where up to $6000 is available for eligible residents – and Tasmania, with a $2000 rebate on the first 375 new electric vehicles ordered after 17 November 2023.

In South Australia, three years of free registration is available for Model 3s with a ‘dutiable value’ of less than $68,750.

Disclaimer: The information above is accurate at the time of publication. Due to the limited number of vehicles remaining, stock may be exhausted quickly after this story is published.


Ethan Cardinal graduated with a Journalism degree in 2020 from La Trobe University and has been working in the fashion industry as a freelance writer prior to joining Drive in 2023. Ethan greatly enjoys investigating and reporting on the cross sections between automotive, lifestyle and culture. Ethan relishes the opportunity to explore how deep cars are intertwined within different industries and how they could affect both casual readers and car enthusiasts.

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