Tesla has lowered the prices of its electric vehicle line up in Canada, ahead of the company’s rumoured rollout of next-generation batteries, which are said to be more efficient, while the reduced pricing will surely drive up demand for the company’s cars.
Prices for the Model S, Model 3 and Model X decreased in price in Canada, but the Model Y has remained the same.
The biggest price drops are for the Long Range Plus and Performance versions of the Model S and Model X, seeing a $7,000 CAD discount. For the Model 3, price drops of $3,000 are across the board, further adding incentives for select provinces.
For Model S and Model X, free Supercharging is no longer available.
You can see the price changes of Tesla vehicles in Canada below:
Tesla Model S
- Long Range Plus – $105,990 (-$7,000; was $112,990)
- Performance – $130,990 (-$7,000; was $137,990)
Tesla Model 3
- Standard Range Plus – $52,990 (-$3,000; was $55,990)
- Long Range – $64,990 (-$3,000; was $67,990)
- Performance – $74,990 (-$3,000; was $77,990)
Tesla Model X
- Long Range Plus – $112,990 (-$7,000; was $119,990)
- Performance – $137,990 (-$7,000; was $144,990)
Tesla Model Y – No Price Change
- Long Range Plus – $75,990
- Performance – $85,990
For Tesla customers in Quebec, with the Model 3 Standard Range Plus now starting at $52,990, it will see $13,000 worth of incentives from the provincial and federal governments, as it will take the MSRP to $39,990 CAD, which is definitely a great price.
Customers in B.C. can get $5,000 in federal credits and $3,000 in provincial credits, taking the Model 3 Standard Range Plus price down to $44,990.
Starting July 1, 2020, Tesla will also be increasing the price of its Full Self-Driving option for Autopilot by $1,000 USD.