2023 Tesla Model Y AWD for leasing
|Drivetrain||All Wheel Drive|
|Fuel Efficiency||125 combined city/highway MPGe 131 city 117 highway 27 kWh/100 miles|
|Mileage||7500 miles per year|
$0 DOWN PAYMENT
Due at Signing: 1st Month Payment, Bank Fees, DMV/Doc Fees and Applicable Taxes.
Tax is based on state-city-county. Valid while supplies last. Offer valid for well qualified customers w/Tier1+ approval by primary lender.
Additional discounts are available.
College Grad, Military & Corporate
PRICE INCLUDES LOYALTY/CONQUEST CASH REBATE! Proof of ownership is required to qualify.
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Meet 2023 Tesla Model Y at Presidential Auto Leasing
The Tesla Model Y capitalized on the Model 3’s red-hot success, but the all-electric crossover proved more fruitless than effervescent. While the Model 3 fulfills its mission with handling and impressive range, the 2023 Model Y seems like a lazy attempt to grab the attention of SUV buyers. Its handling is less compelling than the 3’s, and its interior – although it’s heavily inherited from the sedan – doesn’t do enough to stand out, which only heightens our criticism of its trim and the issues that create a fully digital environment. However, this is not entirely useless. Its estimated range is good compared to rivals like the Ford Mustang Mach E and Volkswagen ID.4, and the Long Range trim promises up to 330 miles on a single charge. In addition, Tesla is available with an optional third row of seats, which is still a rarity in the world of EV SUVs.
The entry-level Standard Range model is discontinued in 2022, making the Long Range the de facto base model. The estimated range for the Long Range is increased to 330 miles this year when fitted with standard 19-inch wheels. However, the choice of more attractive 20-inch models reduces the range to a claimed 318 miles per charge.
The Model Y lineup no longer includes the budget, Standard Range. There are no losses; In any case, the Y model’s Long Range and Performance models are more attractive than the standard equipment. Thanks to a generous reader, car, and Driver, we were able to test an all-wheel-drive Long Range that went from zero to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds, just 0.4 seconds behind our decades-old Model 3 sedan. In our tests, the Performance model delivered a faster 3.6-second 0-60 mph time. Unfortunately, while the Model Y offers impressive acceleration, it doesn’t provide the same level of driving pleasure as the Model 3. The off-road body creates a higher center of gravity, which blunts the sharp edges of the Model 3’s handling, and the Y’s ride is significantly rougher over bumps in the road.
Presidential Auto Leasing & Sales is one of the best car leasing companies in Brooklyn, NY. We serve the following areas: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island. Also, Presidential Auto Leasing provides car leasing services for clients in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. We also serve online car leasing services and buy your current leased car for cash in any condition.
We propose the best car lease deals for a full range of Tesla in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. Tesla Model Y AWD is designed from the beginning as an electric vehicle. It’s one of the safest and fastest SUV car on the road. The body, chassis, restraints, and battery layout technology provide unparalleled protection for the driver and passengers, minimizing the chance of a rollover. In addition, each model includes Tesla’s latest active safety features, such as automatic emergency braking. To get a car leasing offer for Tesla Model Y AWD, call us (718) 313-0044.