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Tesla Model 3 gets back on US’ Top 10 list for best-selling passenger cars

Tesla Model 3 gets back on US’ Top 10 list for best-selling passenger cars

The Model 3 made a significant impact on the US’ passenger car market last year, ending December as the 5th best-selling car in the market with 25,250 units sold.
When the year ended, the Model 3 was only behind the four most ubiquitous passenger cars in America: the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Honda Civic, and the Toyota Corolla. Unfortunately for the electric sedan, it dropped out of GCBC‘s Top 10 best-selling passenger cars list from January to March 2019 as Tesla focused on pushing the vehicle to international markets, and as the federal tax credit for US buyers was reduced to $3,750.
Tesla Model 3 gets back on US’ Top 10 list for best-selling passenger cars
Tesla Model 3 gets back on US’ Top 10 list for best-selling passenger cars
The auto sales tracking site only registered 6,500 Model 3 sold in January and 5,750 in February, though sales of the electric sedan saw a spike in March as more affordable variants like the Standard Range Plus were introduced. GCBC listed 10,175 Model 3 sales in March, which was a considerable increase over January and February’s figures but not enough to make it to the sales tracking site’s Top 10 best-selling passenger cars’ list.

Tesla is expected to continue its international Model 3 push this year, with the company opening orders for right-hand-drive territories this month. Model 3 deliveries for these markets, which include the UK, Australia, Japan, and Hong Kong, are expected to begin at the latter half of the year.

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