A recent study by Recurrent, a company specializing in used electric vehicle data, has some interesting findings about Tesla Model 3 and Model Y range

Their analysis of over 12,000 Teslas suggests a significant decrease in real-world driving range after three years

The study found that after three years, these Teslas typically achieve only around 64% of their original EPA-rated range

Keep in mind, even brand new Teslas might not quite hit the advertised range. The study suggests new models reach around 70% to 72.5% in real-world situations

This highlights limitations in EPA testing methods, which don't account for factors like weather or highway speeds

This suggests a gradual decline in battery performance, but not a continual drop

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