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While it’s more popular with buyers than the Tesla sedan on which it’s based, the Tesla Economic Model  is an altogether more satisfying offering. The electric crossover feels clumsier on a twisty road and offers less driving range, though it’s still a leader in that area among rivals such as the Ford Mustang Mach-E and the Volkswagen ID.4. Like the Model 3, the Tesla interior is crafted from low-quality materials and all of the SUV’s controls are accessed through a singular infotainment display mounted to the dashboard. Its price also puts it into contention with luxury EV SUVs  which offer more panache and better build quality. But the Model Y can be had with a feature that those utes don’t offer, one which gives it a leg up with family buyers with small children: a third row of seats.

The Tesla lineup no longer includes a Standard Range rear-wheel drive cost-leader trim. No loss there; Its Long Range and Performance models are more compelling than a Standard Range trim anyway and the new base model that's coming has the same dual-motor all-wheel drive setup as the other two. Thanks to a generous Car and Driver reader, we were able to test an all-wheel-drive Long Range, which zipped from zero-to-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds, a mere 0.4 second behind our long-term Model 3 sedan. The Performance model delivered an even quicker 3.6-second blast to 60 mph in our testing.