Some Tesla Model 3s got A$899 cheaper today in Australia

    When Tesla’s Model 3 order page went live in Australia last month, initial prices were a little higher than we’d hoped. Since then we’ve seen a change in the price of Full Self Driving (FSD) and today there’s another change to Model 3 pricing.

    The first of July brings with it a number of changes to vehicle on-road costs which vary state to state.

    On a vehicle that costs $87,975, the On-road fees now cost A$8,535, down from $9,434 made up of:

    • Luxury Car Tax – $3,734
    • Local Stamp Duty – $3,856, down from $4,774
    • Local Registration Costs – $238, up from $230
    • Local CTP – $532, up from $521
    • Local Plate Fee – $175

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    When you priced up a Model 3 Performance with Pearl White in Victoria, the driveaway price last month was A$97,409 (again in VIC), but enter that same configuration into the Tesla website today and you get a driveaway price that’s actually cheaper at A$96,510.

    Some other Tesla order holders from other states have noted that their price actually went up slightly, so a saving of $899 is very welcome for Victorians.

    Do a comparison at Tesla’s site and see how your configuration and state fares after July 1st, 2019. Make sure you take a look at our Tesla Hub where you can stay on top of all the latest Tesla news.

    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021

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