Tesla Model 3 Owner's Manual
You can find 4 different owner's manuals for the Tesla Model 3 on this page that are in the PDF format.
Yearly Model 3 Owner's Manuals
The years available stretch from 2020 through to 2023 and to view the manual you just click the name underneath.
- Manufacturer: Tesla
About The Model 3
The Tesla Model 3 is the companies flagship electric fastback sedan with its siblings the Model X and Model S weighing a lot more.
This Model 3 has an impressive range of 263 miles on a full charge and the Long Range version from the same manufacturer is capable of achieving 353 miles.
Tesla is proud of the way that they push out new software updates to their range of cars, allowing them to evolve and continue to be improved (including the self-driving software).
The car began a limited production run in mid-2017 while the founder Elon Musk was helping iron out the bugs in the factory.
Now the Model 3 holds the title for the best-selling electric car in the world when it overtook the Nissan Leaf in March 2020.
For a period of time, the car also held the title of best-selling plug-in hybrid car in the world around the years 2018 and 2019.
The car started its life a long time before it began serious production with the company’s CEO mentioning the Model 3 in Wired magazine as an affordable new car that’s electric.
In 2008 the name came up again but this time the car was presented more as a family car and the CEO boasted it would have a record low drag coefficient for any production car.
The Tesla Model 3 and other models by this manufacturer regularly see their owners seeking help from the owner’s manual due to the abundance of new features not seen in traditional motor vehicles.
Features such as the auto-pilot and Sentry mode are among some of the features causing confusion, not to mention the new warning lights present on the dashboard.
The newer Model Y from Tesla is built on the Model 3 platform and shares around 75%~ of the same parts between the pair.
Q: What does valet mode do in the Tesla Model 3?
A: By activating the valet mode on your Model 3 you limit the top-speed to 70mph and the overall power output of the car. HomeLink, Bluetooth and WiFi settings are all disabled too just in case.
Q: Does my Tesla Model 3 have Summon?
A: The Summon and AutoPilot features are standard on all Model 3's.
Q: Do Tesla's come in manual?
A: All Tesla models are fully electric-powered and so don't have traditional mechanical parts like engines and transmissions. The car acts as if it has one gear.
Q: Do Tesla's need oil?
A: You do not need to put oil into a Tesla car as it does not have the traditional parts that a normal car has that would need lubrication.
Q: Can you negotiate a Tesla Model 3 price?
A: You cannot find any discounts or negotiate a price when buying a Tesla, the price you see is the price you have to pay.