Used Tesla Model 3 For Sale

We currently have 33 in stock

There are 3 trims of Model 3 manufactured by Tesla in our current stock

Our stock of used Tesla Model 3 come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

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The Tesla Model 3 is an electric saloon that’s a viable alternative to a conventional saloon like the BMW 3 Series. It offers a range of up to 374 miles, performance to match all but the most extreme supercars, and you get access to Tesla’s excellent Supercharger Network. The Tesla’s vegan-leather-lined interior has space for four adults and a large boot, while a huge tablet style infotainment screen serves up sizable ‘wow’ factor.

Which is impressive given that the Model 3 went on sale back in 2017 (although it didn’t arrive in the UK until 2019) slotting below the Model S saloon and Model X SUV. You can choose from three versions of used Model 3 cars – the Standard Range Plus, Long Range and searingly fast Performance models. 

Browse all our second-hand Tesla Model 3 cars for sale – or why not find your nearest Motorpoint store and take one out for a test drive?

Or try these: BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class and Audi A4


What body styles are available on Tesla Model 3 used cars?

The Tesla Model 3 is a four-door saloon with a bluff front end, recessed door handles, a flat floor and a teardrop rear that all help it slip through the air with as little resistance as possible for improved range. It has room for tall adults front and back, and you get 425 litre of luggage space thanks to the boot and smaller ‘frunk’ under the bonnet. The standard glass roof and light interior make it feel very airy. 


What trim levels can you get on a second-hand Model 3?

You get three versions of Tesla Model 3 to choose from – Standard Range Plus, Long Range and Performance. They all come as standard with lots of kit, such as a 15-inch infotainment screen, wireless phone charging and vegan leather upholstery. You also get electrically adjustable heated front and rear seats, a heated steering wheel and a glass roof. Keep an eye out for desirable options such as the Enhanced Autopilot and more advanced Full Self-Driving Capability, which mean your Tesla can drive with increasing degrees of autonomy.


What’s the Tesla Model 3 infotainment like? 

At 15 inches in size, the Tesla Model 3’s infotainment screen dominates the interior and is used to control almost all of the car’s systems bar the actual driving. The huge screen makes it easy to follow sat-nav directions and it has full touchscreen functionality, recognising sweep and pinch finger gestures. Okay, so there’s no Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, but the huge screen size means most of the car’s functions are always displayed so there’s no need to venture into sub menus while you’re driving.

Safety is also a strong point. The Model 3 scored five stars when it was crash tested by Euro NCAP and it remains one of the safest cars you can buy. Cars with the Enhanced Safety Autopilot can drive themselves on the motorway, do the parking for you and be summoned autonomously from their parking space. The Full Self-Driving Capability means the Tesla can also drive itself in town – UK law dictates your hands need to stay on the wheel – and slow for traffic lights automatically.


What’s the range of the Tesla Model 3?

Even the basic Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus model has a 305-mile range, while the long-range model can travel up to 374 miles between charges. The Performance can be eased to 340 miles if you have the will power. Own a used Tesla and you automatically get access to the firm’s Supercharger Network giving you reliable access to 100kWh chargers, which can replenish the 3’s battery from 10-80 percent in just 30 minutes. Charging the car using a wall-mounted home charger will take up to 12 hours thanks to the large battery.


Is the Tesla Model 3 fast?

In a word, yes. Even the basic Model 3 can get from 0-62mph in 5.8 seconds – or about as quick as a Honda Civic Type R hot hatch, although expect the range to plummet if you get anywhere near its 140mph top speed. Long Range models are quicker thanks to being all-wheel drive – they get from 0-62mph in 4.2 seconds and top out at 145mph.

The Performance is a different kettle of fish altogether. Plant your right foot and it’ll scrabble towards the horizon like a scalded cat – 0-62mph takes just 3.2 seconds. For reference, that’s two tenths of a second quicker than a Ferrari Roma. In a family saloon.


Browse our stock to find your perfect used Tesla Model 3 now! 

Buying a second-hand Tesla with Motorpoint is easy and hassle-free. Finance is available on every Tesla Model 3 on sale at Motorpoint so if you want to break down the costs, take a gander at our personalised finance plans.