Research Institute: Tesla Model 3 Tops Hedge Rate Industry, Only 5.5% Shrinks in a Year

February 19 news, according tomedia reports, Tesla in 2016 launched, the next year began delivery of the Model 3, is currently their lowest-selling electric car, after the launch of consumers are also very much expected, the initial number of bookings of more than 400,000 vehicles. The consumer-favored Tesla Model 3 is also the industry leader in preserving value, with second-hand cars a year later just 5.5 per cent cheaper than new cars, according to data released by research firms.

Research Institute: Tesla Model 3 Tops Hedge Rate Industry, Only 5.5% Shrinks in a Year

The automotive research firm, which studied the value of the car, analyzed more than 6 million new and used cars sold between August 2019 and January 2020 and, after comparing prices, determined the 10 cars with the smallest difference in price difference selling for a year.

Of the 10 new cars and used cars identified by, the smallest difference was in the Tesla Model 3, which sold for a year with a 5.5 percent difference in the price difference of $2,529.

The Tesla Model 3 is the only model with the highest value-added models, as determined by, to be more than 90 percent, well above the Number 2 Ford Rover. The difference in price of a new Ford Rover and a used one-year-after erlet was 11.4 percent, or $3,716.

For, the Tesla Model 3 has a high value-added rate that has a lot to do with demand.

the CEO of said the Model 3 was the highest-ordered car currently in production, but the capacity was not met until July 2018, and the backlog of orders further boosted demand for the car, which is too new for the market and high lying to owners. So the inventory of used cars is very low.

According tomedia reports, another big factor in Tesla’s higher preservation rate is the software, mainly self-driving features, self-driving popularity, although it will take time, but Tesla in the autopilot has made great progress, Tesla after October 2016 to produce electric vehicles, Mostly equipped with the hardware needed to automate autonomous driving, Musk said at an event last April that electric cars produced after October 2016 could be fully autonomously autonomously upgraded by remote upgrades, and the Model 3 was produced after October 2016.

Musk has previously said that once Tesla is fully autonomous, its electric cars will be an asset for owners, and that tesla electric cars will be worth between $100,000 and $200,000 after fully autonomous driving.