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Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus $64,425 Delivered + On Road Costs (Was $68,425 + On Road Costs) @ Tesla

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Substantial price drop for Tesla Model 3's. Enjoy!

Standard Range Plus $62,900 (was $66,900)
Long Range $77,900 (was $81,900)
Performance $89,900 (was $93,900)

All prices listed above exclude on-road costs (vary per state), Tesla's mandatory $150 order fee and $1375 delivery fee.

Through the Tesla Corporate Program, delivery fee is waived (save $1375).


In comparison to other luxury sedans, Tesla offers excellent value

BMW 330i - $77,900
BMW M340i xDrive - $111,900
BMW M3 - $144,900

Mercedes C 300 sedan - $75,300
Mercedes C 43 sedan - $113,700
Mercedes C 63 S sedan - $168,300

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  • +536

    Thanks OP been waiting for this. Bought 5

    • +6

      Broden much?

      • +65

        any $5 cashback?

        • haha

        • 🤣 spot on!

        • Comment of the year…

      • +1

        Broden much?

        That’s was ps3 era.

        We are in Tesla era now. It should be did you just Buckethat!

    • +52

      You shouldn't just buy 5. You should buy 7 as I did. One for each day.

      • +112

        5 is enough for the daily.
        super cars are for the weekend.

      • +2

        Good idea, charge one a day.

      • +4

        That is being a bit too presumptuous and greedy. You should have bought 3 like myself

        • +62

          Still deciding in between the Xiaomi scooter and this…..

      • haha - 12 for one for each month (Jan - Dec), or upgrade to 31 with numbering for each day of a month :D

      • Need one for each day so you can take them all in to get the loose interior panels fixed up and still have one to drive.

      • Do the batteries only last one day? :)

    • -33

      Knock knock
      Who's there
      Tesla
      Tesla who
      Tesla coil…….

      • -2
      • +22

        You ungrateful humourless weirdos
        That was funny. Keep up the dad jokes

        • +3

          I agree, solid dad joke, why people downvoting it. Lemmehelp the guy and cheer him up a bit with my upvote.

        • +1

          Dad jokes are to be down voted. Face palming with my desk is nothing compared to the pain this joke had put me through.

      • +4

        I actually enjoyed it. Upvoted.

      • +1

        Tesla Jokes revolt me.

    • +2

      I don't need this but this is a GOOD DEAL on OZbargain, should I buy?

      • +4

        Ozbargain way is to click first read later….oh hang on…

    • +19

      Thanks OP purchased with BitCon …now to find some cheap eneloops

      • +2

        plenty of those if you just break the battery pack of your new car

    • +7

      Rookie, if you buy them one at a time you can use the referral program to buy each subsequent one. You just missed out on 13,500KM of free supercharging.

    • +1

      Don't forget Cashrewards…

    • +8

      Could save extra 5% price match from officeworks!

    • LOL

    • with DOGE coin :))

    • farr out pandemic buying of Teslas now…

    • +1

      Bitcoin?

    • +1

      Hahhaa 😅 you guys make me laugh.

    • +2

      Can I stack this with an Amex offer?

    • +1

      You just saved $20,000… Bargain!

    • As we will soon be at war with China, you would have to be nuts to buy a car made in China

  • +112

    sorry but the delivery fee kills the deal for me

    • +9

      $1375 delivery fee is included in the price

      • +2

        I don't think wizedz was being serious!

      • +4

        It's not

        "All prices listed above EXCLUDE on-road costs (vary per state), Tesla's mandatory $150 order fee and $1375 delivery fee."

        • +1

          post was edited

    • +8

      Gonna show this deal to sugar mama

      • Has she got an older sister?

    • +3

      IKR - can you click and collect?

    • +1

      Holding out for Amazon prime deal.

    • They deliver this car to you home? really?

  • +7

    Lowest on the 3 camels?

    • +127

      Camels are still cheaper.

      • +3

        You can drink the urine too, dont believe me? google it …

        • +7

          AKA Camel Cola.

        • +4

          I. Didnt. Need. To. Know. That. Lol

        • i did, "In 2020, the WHO said, 'People should avoid drinking raw camel milk or camel urine or eating meat that has not been properly cooked'"
          .

          • +1

            @Rocinante: How do you properly cook camel urine - the women's weekly cookbooks don't cover that.

            • +1

              @weenis: What's more hilarious? Your question or your username?

            • +2

              @weenis: You camelise it

          • @Rocinante: ahh your nick brings good memories

      • We need some camel bargains.

        • +5

          https://camelconnection.com/camels-for-sale-2/

          In Australia the cost of one dromedary camel can range between $500 to $3,500 AUD depending on breeding, training and age. In our Australian company, Camel Connection, we offer a package of Level 1 Camel Handling & Training Course and a pair (two) dromedary camels for a price between $5000 – $7000 AUD.

      • +3

        Dammit, you made me laugh out loud, had to login just to Upvote !

        That and to give the 69th vote !

  • +49

    No CR/SB cashback. No deal.

    • +18

      No Officeworks pricebeat no deal.

    • +3

      Any discounted gift cards?

  • how much is on road?

    • +2

      Their configurator provides you with the drive away pricing. It differs from state to state.

      • +39

        It's actually free if you drive awayyy 😜

    • Cheaper if you’re in Canberra I believe?

      • +1

        Vehicle Subtotal (including GST) $64,425
        Includes delivery fee of $1,375 and order fee of $150
        Local Registration Costs $736
        Local CTP $520
        Local Plate Fee $93
        On Road Fees Subtotal $1,349

        Nope. You might be thinking of the loan scheme which launches next FY

        • +7

          If I remember correctly, ACT waives stamp duty on EVs

          • +3

            @jayz: Plus a 20% discount on rego in ACT

            With cashrewards + gift cards + OW price match + harvesting for eneloops = they'll be paying you to drive it away.

        • No free click and collect?

    • +1

      Just the bottom of the wheels

    • +45

      You should go drive one, even if you have no intention of buying. The instant acceleration and the regenerative braking are fantastic. Takes a bit to get used to, but I love mine.

      • +1

        Dumb question (I've never been in one), but what do you hear? Is it whisper quiet and all you hear is the sound of tyres on the road?

        • +4

          You won’t hear the non existent engine but you’ll hear everything else, tyres, wind etc

        • +2

          You hear the electric motor, the tyres and that's it. It's super quiet, which is why some miss the sound of a powerful V8 when hitting those quick 0-100 times, or just cruising around :)

          • +9

            @Zackeroo: For genuine buyers take a ride from https://www.evee.com.au/ over a weekend and then buy one if you think you like it.
            I liked it when I took it for a ride around a month back

            • +1

              @urahara: I know what it's like tho. I was just giving them advice.

              But yea good to know you liked it, the acceleration is really only that special since it's electric and doesn't require a downshift to launch the car while moving at ~20km/h. Even on launch, the AWD system along with this instant electric power is what makes this car so enjoyable.

              • +5

                @Zackeroo: Mine was an AWD performance model with an Autopilot (or drive assist for now) and I enjoyed the torque as well as the fact that I can literally enjoy the scenery when I was travelling to Sydney. Breaks were pretty short since infra is all over that route.
                I still think Tesla needs to invest in superchargers in Australia.
                Compared to what they have in US, infra is a joke here.

                • +3

                  @urahara: The autopilot is really something else.
                  I found it extremely unsettling when approaching a bend at 100kph and having to force myself to not instinctively turn the wheel, or not slowing for a red light (the car leaves it to the last second in my opinion). you spend many years forming certain habits when driving and they all go out the window in this instance

                  • +1

                    @marc kay: haha, that's like me with cruise control. I can't imagine the step up to autopilot.

                  • +2

                    @marc kay: A 100kph bend? Sheesh :)

                • +7

                  @urahara: That's so true, while Australia has started showing their support for electric vehicles, they should really take some inspiration from the US's implemention of electric vehicle support.

                  Thr truth is, electric vehicles are seriously good for the environment, and if people are interested in buying them, Australia should be interested in supporting these decisions

                  • +4

                    @Zackeroo: Its funny that we export all the raw materials for batteries but don't have a single major battery manufacturer in Australia.
                    There is a huge policy paralysis and I think people should fund the battery transition together as a community.
                    It will make tons of money like it has done in Horsndale