Model 3 was basically free

Kyle Conner’s mother owned her 2019 Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus for free, or at least almost for free once all the numbers were calculated, and that excluded fuel savings. You will be shocked by the numbers. If you were to increase fuel savings, you could say that she actually made money owning the car.

In this recent video we hear from Kyle’s mom (she’s not a car person) about her experience owning a Tesla Model 3. It gives the average person an idea of ​​what it’s like to own a Tesla , without dealing with everything the hardcore details and lingo that most traditional, seasoned car judges like to throw at you.

While Kyle’s mom loved her Model 3, she decided to trade it for a brand new Model Y electric crossover. Because it’s the end of the year, Tesla strives to deliver as many cars as possible. This means that the car manufacturer is obliged to do everything necessary to enter into an agreement. Tesla does not really offer incentives or reduce its cars, but it can slow down the deal by offering enough in return for you that it is difficult to succeed.

Kyle reminds us that it was awful when he got a trade-in offer for his Tesla Model 3 Performance. Normally, car manufacturers do not offer as much as you would expect for a trade-in. However, here and there we have seen some good deals, as well as a long list of bad deals.

In the case of Kyle’s mother, she eventually drove her Model 3 for free, thanks to how much Tesla offered for the trade-in. Now she’s in a new Model Y for the new year. Remember, this is a best case scenario, but it does prove possible, in part because of how well Tesla’s vehicles hold their value.

Watch the video to learn more about her Model 3 experience, watch the Model Y delivery process and hear all about the trade-in agreement. Then scroll down and let us know your wisdom in the comments below.