Here Are 9 Tricks And Tips For Every Tesla Model 3 Owner


Let’s take a look at nine features The Money Guy believes put the Tesla Model 3 ahead of the competition.

We’ve shared a few videos from a YouTube series by The Money Guy. As we always say, you don’t necessarily have to agree with or take his advice about financing, although it’s all interesting to digest. Nonetheless, he’s put together a nice collection of videos about the Tesla Model 3 that don’t dwell on money, though he feels the Tesla sedan is a solid investment. If he didn’t, it wouldn’t find its way onto his YouTube channel. This latest entrant deals with nine Model 3 “magic tricks.” They’re not truly magic, but these are features that may set the Model 3 apart from many other cars.

Brian and his trusted companion point out some things that make the Tesla Model 3 shine, as well as those that the average Joe may not be so well aware of. How about the all-electric car’s incredible gas savings or its free over-the-air software updates? We can’t forget about the sedan’s impressive space-to-size ratio or the fact that is accelerates to an almost unheard-of level. There’s more in the video about safety, Autopilot, and even creating extra time in your life to partake in the activities you love and/or those that you must fit in to the daily grind. Can the Model 3 help you with that?

Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

Video Description via The Money Guy on YouTube:

9 Tesla Magic Tricks Every Owner Should Know!

Let’s go over 9 magic tricks that makes a Tesla vehicle so special!

1. Save $2,600 on gas!
2. Save the planet!
3. Go very fast!
4. Upgrade your car!
5. Autopilot!
6. Safety!
7. A lot of storage space!
8. Very Quiet!
9. Create more time!


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7 Comments on "Here Are 9 Tricks And Tips For Every Tesla Model 3 Owner"

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1. Save $2,600 on gas!……..and not a penny more!
2. Save the planet!….from the alien invasion!!!
3. Go very fast!…by taking an airplane
4. Upgrade your car!….if you have too much money
5. Autopilot! ……mmmmmkey
6. Safety!….hey! you finally got one!
7. A lot of storage space!…..when you hear this sound “mrrrrrrrrr”, try again.
8. Very Quiet!…..we on a roll here!
9. Create more time!… moving your clock in the opposite direction at daylight savings time.

When I got my Model S four years ago, I calculated a savings of about $3000/year on gasoline. Since then prices have dropped, but it’s still over $4/gallon where I live. And I now have solar. So that puts the savings at around $2880/year. But savings aren’t limited to gas. My wife saves $600/year on tolls. Another car would need two oil changes at $78 each for synthetic oil. Over the course of a car loan, it would need a brake job for another $1000.

If I keep a car for a decade, that’s about $38,000 saved. Plus there were tax incentives and rebates.

I have no idea what you are on about with the rest. And before you say that my numbers aren’t typical, consider that about 60% of US EV sales are in California.

My point was that the list is stupid.
“savings at around $2880/year”………….sure, if you switched from a Hammer…..maybe. No need to inflate you saving numbers….other on here are also on pv and ev and can smell the bs.

What an odd list. Most of the items seem to be benefits that every Model 3 owner will get by default, without any effort on their part. No “tricks” or “tips” needed.

I think it’s a tip for the non-tesla viewers, considering he’s mostly speaking to the southern audience it’s probably a huge percentage still on the old combustion ecosystem, they’re not gonna be aware of these benefits or haven’t given it much thought.

This was useless to me. I’d rather have a “little known features” list than a list that has no value to a potential buyer. Want to know something actually valuable? I’m not blinded at night any longer by other cars thanks to my Model 3’s auto dimming mirrors. Or the fact that those mirrors auto adjust when in reverse. There’s a small tidbit owners perk for you.

THis is really scraping the bottom…