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Tesla Model 3 Electric Car Plans & Pricing

All inclusive

Each plan comes with everything you need to hit the road. You can also bundle your AGL electricity plan and receive a $10 a week discount on the standard weekly car subscription plan rate.

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Starter plan

3 months

Our most simple, short term plan gives you an introduction to your electric vehicle.
AGL customers $ 425 a week Minimum cost $ $ 0*
Non AGL customers $ 435 a week Minimum cost $ 0*

* Minimum cost based on holding the subscription for the minimum term (30 days) at the 3 month weekly rate. Expand to see a breakdown of the costs.

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Popular plan

6 months

Our most popular plan to really enjoy your electric vehicle.
AGL customers $ 410 a week Minimum cost $ $ 0*
Non AGL customers $ 420 a week Minimum cost $ 0*

* Minimum cost based on holding the subscription for the minimum term (30 days) at the 6 month weekly rate. Expand to see a breakdown of the costs.

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Value plan

12 months

Our best value plan, providing the lowest weekly rate for driving our electric vehicles.
AGL customers $ 389 a week Minimum cost $ $ 0*
Non AGL customers $ 399 a week Minimum cost $ 0*

* Minimum cost based on holding the subscription for the minimum term (30 days) at the 12 month weekly rate. Expand to see a breakdown of the costs.

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Still unsure? Try our Flexi offer

Flexi offer

1 month

Try the Flexi offer for 1 month to get you started with an electric vehicle.

* Minimum cost based on holding the subscription for the minimum term (30 days) at the 1 month weekly rate. Expand to see a breakdown of the costs.

AGL customers $ 440 a week Minimum cost $ 0*
Non AGL customers $ 450 a week Minimum cost $ 0*
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All inclusive

Each plan comes with everything you need to hit the road. You can also bundle your AGL electricity plan and receive a $10 a week discount on the standard weekly car subscription plan rate.

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Frequently asked questions about the Tesla Model 3

How much does it cost to charge the Tesla Model 3?

The cost to charge your Tesla Model 3 will depend on a number of factors, for example, where you charge (at home or at a charging station), for how long and what time of day. Charging from home is the cheapest option as you'll just be paying what you pay for electricity at your property.

The Tesla Model 3 has a 50kWh battery, so to work out what it would cost to charge up to full capacity, simply multiply the kWh rate for electricity by 50.

Here's an example: $0.28c/kWh of electricity x 50 (the kWh battery capacity of the Tesla Model 3) = $14

Be sure to check if you are on a time of use energy cost as it might be even cheaper to charge your Tesla Model 3 during off peak times.

How far can I drive on a single charge with the Tesla Model 3?

The Tesla model 3 has an indicative range of 448km on a single charge. However, just like a petrol or diesel vehicle, this can vary depending on a number of factors; such as how you drive (acceleration and deceleration), the weather (colder weather can drain a battery slightly quicker) and whether or not you have air conditioning on.

How long does it take to charge the Tesla Model 3?

Charging time of a Tesla Model 3 depends on the type of charger you use. If using a standard 220v home or office 3 pin power point it will likely take approx. 24 hours to charge your battery from empty to full capacity. Should you have a 7kW charger installed (which is the most common for a single phase property), this charging time drops to approx. 8-10 hours.

The fastest way to charge your Tesla Model 3 is to use a commercial public charging infrastructure such as the Superfast or Ultra Rapid chargers (for an additional cost). These can charge the Tesla Model 3 from empty to 80% full in approx. an hour.

How much does the Tesla Model 3 cost?

Purchasing a Tesla Model 3 can be quite expensive, however the cost of our  subscriptions start from as little as $330 per week for customers who already have their energy with AGL. This is inclusive of registration, maintenance and servicing and insurance!

Is Tesla Model 3 cheaper to maintain and run than a petrol car?

A Tesla Model 3 can in a lot of cases be cheaper to maintain and run than an equivalent petrol or diesel car. This is due to the fact that electric cars have less moving parts than their petrol or diesel counterparts. Less moving parts, means  less things can break and go wrong. 

Electricity is cheaper than petrol or diesel currently so charging your Tesla Model 3 can be significantly cheaper than filling up an equivalent fossil fuel vehicle. If you have solar at home and charge during the day, there's an even bigger saving!


Do you want to buy a charger?

If you want to install a charger permanently, we can help! Navigate to our home charging page where you can browse EV chargers or get a recommendation on what home charger is best suited to your home. 

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