Tesla Model 3 has become 7th Best Selling Car In United States
Throughout the 4th quarter of 2019, the Tesla Model 3 became the 7th best-selling car in the United States and the 9th best-selling car throughout the year*. (Note that this article’s numbers and standings are for cars only, not SUVs or light-duty vehicles.)
The Model 3 was genuinely the # 1 strangest-selling car in the nation in December, depending on our calculations as well as official statistics from car manufacturers, but Tesla has an imbalanced purchasing process in which the bulk of US consignments are made at the end of both the month, so I do not think it’s acceptable to make comparisons or highlight December purchases.
And is the 7th or 9th greatest love-selling vehicle doesn’t actually sound like a caring performance — and some of us wanted Model 3 to be the # 1 best-selling automobile in the U.S. by now — the rating # 7 or # 9 places it well ahead for any other premium cars or SUVs. Almost any other vehicle in the top ten also has a lower market value basis. Who said, the sticker price of the Model 3 is not much dissimilar from the upper-trim options of some of the most popular models (such as the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord) at just under $40,000, despite having far better features and specifications.
As “Full Self Driving” keeps rolling out, because more consumers learn about both the safety and quality advantages of the Model 3, as consumers learn more about the infotainment options on the large hub(YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, Beach Buggy, Caraoke, Chess, Backgammon, Spotify, TRAX, etc.) And as more customers gain knowledge of the comparatively low cost of maintenance of the Model 3, Model 3 sales still have plenty of potentials to develop.
Many vehicles on the list 10 lists are likely to have multiple ownership costs for many Americans, however much lower price. Therefore, customers in this market segment aren’t faced with the world’s toughest choice. You could get a conventional car from the 20th century, or you can get more advantages and much better consumer service at basically the same expense (a little more or a little less based on your conditions and specific assumptions).
Therefore, in several people’s eyes, the Model 3 is a fairly solid product, which explains how well the Model 3 regularly winds up on the top 10 among the working class vehicles. A fifth of hundreds of millions of citizens choose a faster car that isn’t unhygienic, doesn’t need slaughtering, doesn’t need much servicing, has multiple enjoyable Easter eggs, has opposite end-of – the industry driving medical support technology, and is healthier.
In order to have access with the above static charts, here’s a full-year and quarterly 2019 sales interactive chart (if it doesn’t show correctly on your phone, I recommend using a desktop which doesn’t fit in your plug)