Tesla dropped the price of the Model Y small crossover on Saturday just months after the electric car went on sale. The Model Y Long Range dropped $3,000 to start at $51,190, including a destination fee of $1,200. 

The price of the Model Y Performance dropped $1,000 to $61,190.

Tesla’s federal tax credits have expired, although buyers may qualify for state or local incentives to drive that price lower.

The five-seat Model Y Long Range has a range of 316 miles and a 0-60 mph time of 4.8 seconds. The Model Y Performance has a 291-mile range and hits 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. It has 21-inch wheels instead of 19-inch wheels on the Long Range model, a lowered suspension, and performance brakes.

All-wheel drive with electric motors powering both axles is standard, and a seven-seat option costs $3,000 extra. 

Not every price was lowered for the Model Y. Tesla’s driver-assistance…

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