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Genuine OEM Used Tesla Parts

Tesla strongly advises using exclusively Genuine OEM Used Tesla Parts and accessories for optimal performance and safety. These components undergo rigorous testing to guarantee their reliability, safety, and compatibility with Tesla vehicles.


Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) TESLA components are often associated with high costs. However, we aim to inform customers that we provide a budget-friendly alternative for purchasing top-notch used OEM TESLA engines. Our inventory caters to diverse vehicle makes, models, and styles if you seek a reliable TESLA-used engine.

2019 TESLA Model 3 Engine

Standard Range Plus: With 258 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque, this model offers pure electric power and achieves an impressive electric range of 381 kilometers while boasting an A+ emission class.

Long Range AWD: Featuring a robust 440 horsepower and 324 kW, this electric vehicle utilizes front and rear engines for enhanced performance.

Standard Range Plus RWD: This variant delivers 239 kW of power, and 420 Nm of torque, and achieves a top speed of 139.8 mph.

Long Range AWD: Electric motor #1 generates 208 kW of power and 330 Nm of torque, while electric motor #2 produces 121 kW at 8275 rpm.

The 2019 Tesla Model 3 Performance has two electric motors, one on each axle, allowing it to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds.

2021 Tesla Model 3 Engine

Standard Range: The 2021 Tesla Model 3 Standard Range is powered by a 211-kilowatt motor and a 54.0-kilowatt-hour battery, delivering an impressive 283 horsepower. Equipped with a 1-speed automatic transmission, it offers rear-wheel drive.

Long Range AWD: Featuring a 324-kilowatt engine, the 2021 Tesla Model 3 Long Range AWD boasts 440 horsepower.

Performance: With a robust 377-kilowatt engine, the 2021 Tesla Model 3 Performance offers an exhilarating 510 horsepower. This variant also comes equipped with both front and rear engines.

2017 Tesla Model X Engine

The 2017 Tesla Model X is equipped with a dual-electric motor system. In the standard all-wheel-drive (AWD) model, both the front and rear motors deliver 259 horsepower (equivalent to 193 kilowatts). Meanwhile, the performance edition features 259 horsepower (193 kW) in the front and an impressive 503 horsepower (375 kW) in the rear.

2016 Tesla Model S Engine

The 2016 Tesla Model S is rear-wheel drive, equipped with a 1-speed automatic transmission, and features stability and traction control.

Model S 60: The base model features a 315-horsepower electric motor with a range of 210 miles. It offers a choice between a 60-kilowatt-hour (kWh) or 85-kWh battery option.

Model S 85: With a 362-horsepower motor and an 85-kWh battery pack, this model extends the range to 265 miles.

Model S 85D: This variant boasts 417 horsepower and a range of 270 miles.

Dual-motor Model S 60D (and 75D): Equipped with a dual-motor system, this model delivers 328 horsepower and 387 lb-ft of torque. It features an EPA-estimated energy consumption of 33 kWh per 100 miles and offers a range of 218 miles (259 miles for the 75D).

2017 Tesla Model X Engine

In 2017, the Tesla Model X was equipped with a dual-electric motor system. The standard all-wheel-drive (AWD) variant features 259 horsepower (equivalent to 193 kilowatts) on both the front and rear motors. Meanwhile, the performance edition boasts 259 horsepower (193 kW) in the front and an impressive 503 horsepower (375 kW) in the rear.

2018 Tesla Model 3 Engine

The Model 3, introduced in 2017, is a battery-electric mid-size sedan.

Single-motor (rear-drive): The base model of the Tesla Model 3 is equipped with a 258 horsepower motor.

Dual-motor (all-wheel-drive): The standard dual-motor model boasts 346 horsepower, while the Performance version ramps it up to 450 horsepower.

Long Range: The Long Range variant also features a motor with 346 horsepower.

Battery pack: Both the single-motor and dual-motor versions utilize an 80.5-kilowatt-hour (kWh) lithium-ion battery pack. Additionally, the mid-range battery pack offers 260 miles of range and rear-wheel drive.


Genuine TESLA components are often associated with high costs. However, customers need to know that we provide a cost-effective solution for purchasing reliable used OEM TESLA transmissions. Our inventory covers all makes and models, offering a diverse selection of vehicle types and styles. If you’re in search of a TESLA-used transmission, we’ve got you covered.


Authentic TESLA components are often known for their premium price tags. However, it’s important to highlight that we offer a budget-friendly alternative for purchasing high-quality used OEM TESLA wheels. Our inventory caters to various makes and models, encompassing a broad range of vehicle types and styles. If you’re in the market for TESLA used wheels, look no further.

2017 Tesla Model X Wheel / Rim

The 2017 Tesla Model X offers a choice between 20-inch or 22-inch wheels, all featuring a 5×120 bolt pattern. The front rims measure 9 inches wide, while the rear rims are slightly wider at 10 inches. The most common tire sizes include 265/45 R20, 275/45 R20, and 265/35 ZR22.

For the 2016–2020 Tesla Model X, the standard wheel option is the 20-inch Slipstream Wheel, with the Turbine Wheel available as an optional upgrade. It’s worth noting that Tesla strongly advises using only approved Tesla wheels during installation or replacement, as non-approved wheels may lead to significant damage. Additionally, altering your vehicle’s wheel configuration can affect range estimations, tire pressure monitoring thresholds, and vehicle visualization.


Genuine TESLA components are often perceived as expensive. However, it’s crucial to emphasize that we provide a budget-friendly alternative for purchasing top-notch used OEM TESLA electronics. Our inventory caters to all makes and models, offering a diverse selection of vehicle types and styles. If you require TESLA-used electronics, we’ve got you covered.

2018 TESLA Model 3 Display Screen Navigation GPS Radio

The Tesla Model 3 boasts a prominent 15.4-inch touchscreen, which consistently showcases a map except during Reverse mode. With a resolution of 1920 by 1200 and a 16:9 screen ratio, this touchscreen allows users to interact with the map, personalize the display, and access entertainment features effortlessly using their fingers.

Tesla Model X Computer / Module

Tesla utilizes a powerful supercomputer, Tesla Dojo, for computer vision video processing and recognition tasks. This cutting-edge technology plays a crucial role in training Tesla’s machine learning models, enhancing the capabilities of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) advanced driver-assistance system.

TESLA Model 3 Back-Up Camera

The Tesla Model 3 is equipped with three rear-facing cameras meticulously calibrated to offer superior vision and minimize glare compared to human eyes. Positioned above the rear license plate, the backup camera activates upon shifting into reverse, providing a clear view of the surroundings behind the vehicle. The touchscreen conveniently displays the camera’s perspective, with visual cues indicating the driving path aligned with the steering wheel’s position.

TESLA Model 3 Radio / Amplifier

The Model 3’s audio system features dual subwoofers and dual amplifiers for immersive sound quality. According to the Model 3’s owner’s manual, users can customize audio settings by adjusting:

Tone: Fine-tuning the subwoofer and any of the five frequency bands.

Balance: Shifting the center circle to optimize sound focus.

Options: Setting preferences for additional features as per personal preference.

Tesla Model S Electrical Miscellaneous

The Tesla Model S is an electric vehicle featuring a floor-mounted battery pack comprising 7,104 battery cells. Tesla asserts that their car batteries can endure between 300,000 to 500,000 miles of travel, equating to approximately 1,500 charging and discharging cycles.

Here are a few miscellaneous electrical components for the Tesla Model S:

SPRI013-5 Resistor: This component is a high-power, low-inductance resistor designed with a flat structure to facilitate efficient heat dissipation.

Cables: Various cables catered to the Tesla Model S, serving various electrical functions within the vehicle’s system.

Tesla Model S Computer / Module (Left)

The Tesla Model S features a display computer akin to a tablet, complete with a touchscreen interface, and integrated sound system, and operates on a Linux-based operating system. Notably, the Model S’s APU (Application Processing Unit) boasts an impressive 10 teraflops of processing power, enabling gaming performance on par with Sony’s PlayStation 5.

TESLA Model 3 Radio / Amplifier

Tesla offers support for installing a radio upgrade for vehicles that have already undergone an infotainment upgrade. However, for vehicles that haven’t received an infotainment upgrade yet, Tesla suggests having both the infotainment and radio upgrades installed simultaneously for optimal performance and compatibility.


Genuine TESLA parts are often associated with high prices. However, we want to emphasize that we provide a cost-effective solution for purchasing top-quality used OEM TESLA body parts. Our inventory caters to all makes and models, offering a diverse selection of vehicle types and styles. If you require TESLA-used body parts, we’ve got you covered.

Tesla Doors

Tesla doors are constructed from aluminum.

Model X:

The Model X features double-hinged gull-wing doors, famously known as falcon-wing doors by Tesla.

These doors automatically unlock upon your approach with the key and open when you press the door handle. Additionally, you can configure the driver’s door to open automatically upon your approach.

Model 3 and Y:

The Model 3 and Y utilize a door popper button in place of a traditional handle. Pressing the button allows you to release the door and exit the vehicle.

Moreover, the front doors are equipped with an emergency release latch for added safety, allowing you to pull it up to open the door.

Walk-away door lock:

Tesla vehicles feature a walk-away door lock function where doors and trunks automatically lock when you walk away with the key fob or if the key fob is not detected by the vehicle.

To activate or deactivate this feature, navigate to Controls > Vehicle > Walk-Away Door Lock.

Tesla Bumpers

Tesla bumpers are typically crafted from a blend of high-strength steel and lightweight aluminum, meticulously selected to offer superior strength, resilience, and weight efficiency. 

When selecting accessories, Tesla owners frequently take into account their impact on the vehicle’s appearance. For instance, DOLKSN provides a 2024 New Tesla Model 3 Front Bumper Lip Front Spoiler Wing, designed specifically for 2017-2024 Tesla Model 3 Accessories, allowing owners to enhance their car’s aesthetics.

Tesla Mirrors

All Teslas have both cameras and mirrors.

Automatic Folding:

Mirrors can automatically fold when the vehicle is traveling below 31 mph (50 km/h) and returns to a saved location.


Mirrors automatically tilt downward when the vehicle is in reverse. To enable or disable Auto-Tilt, navigate to Controls > Vehicle > Mirror Auto-Tilt. You can adjust the auto-tilt position by making mirror adjustments while the Model S is shifted into Reverse.


To adjust the position of the selected mirror, simply roll the left scroll button up or down to move the mirror vertically. Pressing the left scroll button to the left or right moves the mirror inward or outward.


To override the automatic folding or unfolding of mirrors, push the mirror assembly away from you to unfold, or pull it toward you to fold.

Tesla Tail Lamp

When the Model Y starts, Tesla vehicles come equipped with exterior lights, such as tail lights, which are automatically set to Auto mode. These lights activate automatically in low-lighting conditions or when the wipers are in use while driving.

LED Tail Lights

Bimmer Plug LED tail lights are tailored for the Tesla Model Y and Model 3, seamlessly blending style, visibility, and cutting-edge technology.

OLED Tail Lights

Specifically crafted for the 2017–2023 Tesla Model 3 or Y, OLED tail lights boast full sequential LED indicator operation, providing enhanced visibility and aesthetic appeal.

Tesla Headlamp

High Beam Headlights

Automatically activated when Autosteer is engaged. To switch to low-beam headlights, push the turn signal stalk forward and release.

Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS)

Enhances lateral illumination when low-beam headlights are activated and driving at lower speeds. This feature improves the visibility of pedestrians and curbs.

Projector Headlamps

Offer a more potent and defined beam with a square pattern than the previous Model 3 headlights.

LED Headlights

Equipped with LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) and LED projectors for both low and high-beam functionalities.

Tesla Decklid

Vorsteiner Wheels: Offers a carbon fiber decklid spoiler designed for the Tesla Model 3 Volta Aero.

Factory Tesla Model S: Provides a gloss carbon fiber trunk spoiler tailored for the Tesla Model S.

Ingenext.ca: Offers an ASY HARN DECKLID sourced from used Tesla Model 3s manufactured between 2017 and 2020.

Tesla Front Doors

The front doors of a Tesla Model X feature double-hinged gull-wing doors, commonly referred to as falcon-wing doors by Tesla. These doors are electrically powered and automatically open upon your approach with a key. Alternatively, you can manually open the front doors by pressing the door handle.

Tesla Bumper Covers

Tesla bumpers typically consist of a blend of materials, often incorporating lightweight aluminum and high-strength steel. While the main body is predominantly steel, the bumper itself is typically crafted from plastic.

Tesla Hoods

Tesla provides built-in kitchen hoods known for their efficiency and minimal noise levels.

Additionally, in the Model 3, Tesla offers an Active Hood, serving as a pedestrian protection system. This innovative feature aims to mitigate the risk of head injuries to pedestrians and cyclists during frontal collisions. The Active Hood functions by lifting the hood to shield pedestrians and absorbing impact shock in the event of a collision.

Tesla Fender

Tesla Model 3 front fenders are made of hard plastic. The rear fenders have a fabric lining that dampens sound. 


Genuine TESLA parts are often associated with higher costs. However, it’s essential to highlight that we provide a cost-effective alternative for purchasing reliable used OEM TESLA suspensions. Our inventory caters to all makes and models, offering a diverse range of vehicle types and styles. If you’re in search of TESLA-used suspensions, we’ve got you covered.

Tesla Upper Control Arm

Control arms play a crucial role in a car’s front suspension system by linking the front wheels to the vehicle’s framework. These components are equipped with control arm bushings, typically made from soft materials such as polymers and rubber, which serve to diminish road harshness, mitigate noise, and dampen vibration.

Comprising three main parts—a bushing, a body, and a ball joint—control arms connect the wheel hub and steering knuckle to the vehicle’s frame. While the bushings attach to the frame, the ball joint links to the wheel side of the suspension.

Tesla conducted replacements of front upper control arms on approximately 120,000 cars worldwide between January 2021 and March 2022.

Over time, control arms can deteriorate due to regular use and exposure to road conditions. Common indicators of worn-out control arms include vibrations, steering irregularities, and a loss of control while steering.

Tesla Steering Suspensions

As reported by Reuters, there have been instances of premature failure in the suspension and steering columns of certain Tesla vehicles, occurring in some cases after just a few hundred miles of ownership. Notably, Tesla has undergone nine recalls in the United States since 2018 due to steering and suspension concerns.

In 2023 alone, Tesla owners lodged approximately 260 complaints with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) regarding issues related to suspension and steering, contrasting with around 750 complaints for General Motors and 230 for Toyota during the same period.

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Our Commitment to Genuine Used Tesla Parts

At Basicautopart, we provide an extensive selection of used Tesla components at discounted rates of up to 70% compared to new and aftermarket prices. Our commitment to quality is unwavering—we back every purchase with a trouble-free, 1-Year Warranty at absolutely no additional cost to you. Consider us your dependable and cost-effective choice, steering clear of an unreliable junkyard or salvage yard alternatives for your Tesla.

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Find The Used Tesla Parts you need by filling up your exact requirements in our advanced auto parts search form. Buy genuine used Tesla wrecker parts anytime, and get assistance and experienced support at Basic Auto Part so that you can find the exact OEM part you have been looking for at an affordable price and in the shortest possible time!

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Things To Consider When Buying a Used BMW Engine

Choosing a second-hand engine can be a wise decision if you’re looking to save money without sacrificing performance, especially when it comes to a used BMW engine. However, the path to obtaining one isn’t without its challenges. Given its pre-owned status, there’s a risk of ending up with a counterfeit or inferior engine. Therefore, the process of acquiring, returning, exchanging, and installing the engine in your vehicle can be time-consuming and requires a significant investment of effort.

Here at Basic Auto Part, located on the vibrant Gold Coast, we understand the complexities involved. That’s why we provide a team of skilled mechanics dedicated to ensuring you receive a high-performance used engine that meets your expectations. As your trusted car wreckers, we offer comprehensive solutions for all your mechanical needs under one roof. When it comes to second-hand engines, we pride ourselves on delivering the best deals possible. Moreover, we’re committed to empowering our customers with knowledge about selecting the most suitable parts, ensuring they make informed choices for their vehicles’ needs.

10 Factors when purchasing a used BMW engine? 10 Factors for Buying a Used BMW Engine

Mileage: Examine the mileage of the used BMW engine. Lower mileage typically suggests less wear and tear, potentially translating to improved long-term reliability.

Service History:

Request the engine’s service records. A comprehensive service history can offer insights into the engine’s maintenance and whether any major repairs or overhauls have been conducted.

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):

Obtain the VIN of the donor vehicle. This enables you to research the engine’s history, including any accidents, recalls, or other issues associated with the vehicle.


Ensure that the used BMW engine is compatible with your specific model and year. BMWs often feature various engine configurations, making it crucial to match the engine correctly to your vehicle.


Inquire about any warranties or guarantees provided by the seller. A reputable seller should offer some form of assurance regarding the condition and functionality of the used BMW engine.


Whenever feasible, enlist a qualified mechanic to inspect the used BMW engine before finalizing the purchase. They can uncover potential issues not immediately evident and provide a professional evaluation of the engine’s overall condition.

Seller Reputation:

Research the reputation of the seller or dealership you’re considering purchasing from. Look for reviews, testimonials, or feedback from past customers to assess their reliability and customer satisfaction.

Price Comparison:

Compare prices of similar used BMW engines in the market. Be cautious of deals that appear too good to be true, as they may indicate underlying issues or inferior quality.

Return Policy:

Familiarize yourself with the seller’s return policy in case any problems arise with the used BMW engine post-purchase. A reasonable return policy offers added protection for buyers.

Shipping and Handling:

If buying a used BMW engine online, consider the shipping and handling process. Opt for a seller known for secure packaging and reliable delivery to minimize the risk of damage during transit.

Considering Factors when purchasing used BMW engines

Used BMW engines are less expensive than manufactured engines, but there are more uncertainties about their condition. When buying used BMW engines, you should consider the following factors:

Engine Age and Mileage

The mileage accumulated by an engine significantly influences its lifespan. Generally, the more miles it has clocked, the lower its price will be. As a rule of thumb, engines tend to cover around 15,000 miles per year. By dividing the total mileage by its age, you can estimate how much longer the engine is likely to endure.

Testing Is Essential

It’s imperative to have the engine thoroughly tested before making a purchase. In this regard, your reliance is entirely on the dealer, underscoring the importance of choosing a reputable one. Ensure that the seller provides assurances such as the ability to replace the engine or offer a refund in case any issues arise, even after the engine has been tested.

Verify Compatibility

Frequently, a single engine can be compatible with various car models. Nevertheless, it’s crucial to confirm that the used engine you’re purchasing is suitable for your specific vehicle. While it might not have an identical appearance, it should seamlessly integrate with your car’s overall mechanism.

Warranty Consideration

Indeed, used engines often come with a warranty, covering various aspects. Therefore, if your dealer isn’t providing a warranty for the engine, it’s advisable not to proceed with the purchase. Moreover, if a warranty is offered, it’s essential to review any associated conditions. Ensure that all pertinent information is documented in writing, and retain the receipt for as long as the engine is in use.

Dependable Dealer

Fortunately, you can assess the reliability of a dealer by examining online testimonials and certifications featured on their website. However, it’s important to conduct thorough research in this regard. Ensure that you select a team of professionals who are capable of meeting your specific requirements precisely.

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You can also check the reliability of a VHR using Carfax, AutoCheck, and the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS).

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Optimized The Best Used BMW Parts

At Basic Auto Part, we meticulously align your preferences and requirements with the used auto parts in our inventory to deliver precisely what you need to rejuvenate your vehicle’s performance. While we offer a comprehensive selection of used BMW parts online, we maintain a specialized stock of high-demand items. Many engines typically require replacement within 20,000 miles, and if your BMW falls into this category, we’re here to assist you. Our inventory includes thoroughly tested used engines backed by a one-year warranty, ensuring your replacement part stands the test of time.

ABS pumps are prone to leakage issues and often require replacement. Rest assured, we offer top-quality used BMW ABS pumps engineered to meet your vehicle’s needs reliably. Additionally, the BMW ECM or ECU can experience failures due to programming glitches or water damage. At Basic Auto Part, we provide premium BMW ECMs meticulously tested for durability to address your vehicle’s electronic control needs effectively.

BMW Transmissions are frequently sought-after used auto parts, and we maintain ample stock to promptly assist our customers in restoring their vehicles to optimal condition. With our extensive inventory and commitment to quality, your car can be back on the road, performing like new in no time! We also offer any used OEM Tesla auto parts online that you may require, but we specifically stock some that are in high demand.

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Top 20 American Electric Cars

According to our expertise and research, there are Top 20 American Electric Cars that Americans mostly buy and are always on the list of choices.
Welcome to the electrifying world of American electric cars – where innovation meets the open road, and sustainability takes the driver’s seat. In this dynamic landscape, we’re about to embark on a journey through the top 20 electric cars that redefine the driving experience.

  1. Ford F-150 Lightning
  2. Porsche Taycan
  3. Hyundai Ioniq 5
  4. Hyundai Ioniq 6
  5. Kia EV6
  6. BMW iX
  7. Lucid Air
  8. Genesis GV60
  9. Kia Niro
  10. Rivian R1T
  11. Ford Mustang Mach-E
  12. Polestar 2
  13. Audi e-tron GT
  14. Volvo XC40 Recharge
  15. Mercedes-Benz EQE Sedan
  16. Genesis Electrified GV70
  17. Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV
  18. Mini Cooper SE
  19. Nissan Ariya
  20. Tesla Model Y

According to Basicautopart’s Top 20 American Electric Cars

1 Ford F-150 Lightning

The 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning represents an innovative shift in the truck landscape as an all-electric model, equipped with twin electric motors generating a robust 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque. This electric powerhouse can tow up to 10,000 pounds and boasts an impressive payload capacity of 2,235 pounds. Accelerating from 0 to 60 in under five seconds, the F-150 Lightning combines electric efficiency with formidable performance.

In terms of range, the F-150 Lightning offers flexibility with multiple battery options. The standard battery provides a travel distance of 230 miles on a single charge, while the extended-range battery achieves an EPA-estimated range of 515 kilometers. The smaller 98.0-kWh battery ensures a driving range of 230 miles per charge, and the larger 131.0-kWh pack extends this range to 320 miles. Ford’s F-150 Lightning stands out as a versatile and powerful electric truck, catering to both performance and range requirements in the electric vehicle market.

2 Porsche Taycan

The Porsche Taycan stands as a remarkable achievement in the realm of battery-electric vehicles, offering both a saloon and shooting brake variant. As the first generation EV from Porsche, the Taycan incorporates a two-speed transmission and an advanced 800-volt electrical system, setting it apart in terms of technology and performance.

Demonstrating its impressive acceleration capabilities, the Taycan can go from zero to 60 mph in a mere 2.4 seconds. The Taycan Turbo models elevate the power further, delivering up to 680hp and achieving a 0-62mph time of 3.2 seconds. Even the base 2023 Porsche Taycan exhibits a respectable 0-60 time of 5.1 seconds, but with the right trim, this can be lowered to an astonishing 2.6 seconds.

Interestingly, the name “Taycan” has roots in two Turkic-origin terms, roughly translating to the “soul of a spirited young horse.” This name choice reflects the dynamic and spirited nature of the Porsche Taycan, capturing its essence as a groundbreaking electric saloon and shooting brake.

3 Hyundai Ioniq 5

The Hyundai Ioniq 5, an all-electric SUV, made its debut in the GCC countries in July 2023, marking a significant step in Hyundai’s electric vehicle lineup as the first model built on the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP).

Featuring an RWD 125 kW (168 hp) single motor with a 58 kWh battery or an AWD dual motor, the Ioniq 5 offers versatility in performance. With a range of up to 320 hp and an EPA-estimated range of 303 miles, it emphasizes both power and efficiency. Notably, the Ioniq 5 introduces Level 2 autonomous safety technology, contributing to speed and distance control and assisting with lane changes.

For charging, the Ioniq 5 adopts the CCS charging standard, incorporating a combined AC and DC inlet port for convenience. The pricing for the Hyundai Ioniq 5 varies based on the trim level, starting at $65,000 and reaching up to $87,000. This diverse range caters to different preferences, offering a blend of advanced technology and electric performance in the SUV segment.

4 Hyundai Ioniq 6

The Hyundai Ioniq 6 stands as an all-electric saloon car featuring a 77 kWh battery and advanced 800V technology, enabling ultra-fast charging capabilities. With a generous range of up to 338 miles, it offers flexibility and convenience. The Ioniq 6 is available with either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, catering to different driving preferences.

Mechanically akin to the Ioniq 5 SUV, the Ioniq 6 distinguishes itself with a more streamlined and efficient design. Boasting a top speed of 115 mph, it demonstrates swift acceleration, going from 0 to 62 mph in just 5.1 seconds.

The Ioniq 6’s battery typically spans a lifespan of 3 to 5 years, subject to variables such as battery type, weather conditions, battery size, and individual driving habits. Hyundai’s commitment to electric innovation shines through in the Ioniq 6, blending performance, efficiency, and cutting-edge technology in an all-electric saloon car.

5 Kia EV6

The Kia EV6, a battery-electric compact crossover SUV, made its debut in March 2021. Powered by a 77.4-kWh battery pack, the rear-drive model boasts an impressive range of 310 miles. The high-performance GT model offers a slightly reduced range of 206 miles per charge.

With a spacious five-seater configuration, the EV6 features dimensions of 4695mm in length, 1890mm in width, and a wheelbase of 2900mm. Notable features include DC fast charging capability, an available e-AWD option for enhanced traction, and an impressive 0-60 mph acceleration time of 4.6 seconds. The Kia EV6 represents a compelling choice in the electric compact crossover segment, combining practicality, performance, and innovative features.

6 BMW iX

The BMW iX stands out as a fully electric SUV, offering a robust range of up to 307 miles. Propelled by two electric motors and featuring BMW xDrive electric all-wheel drive, the iX achieves a top speed of 200 kilometers per hour.

Designed on a bespoke electric drivetrain architecture and an aluminum spaceframe with carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP), the iX combines cutting-edge technology with a focus on sustainability. Inside, the five-seater cabin provides a comfortable environment, complemented by a spacious 500-liter boot space.

In terms of performance, the iX xDrive40 generates 326 horsepower, accelerating from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 6.1 seconds. On the higher end, the iX M60 boasts two BMW M eDrive electric motors, delivering an impressive 455 kilowatts/619 horsepower and 1,100 Nm of torque. Accelerating from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in just 3.8 seconds, the iX M60 achieves a top speed of 250 kilometers per hour. This blend of range, performance, and innovative design positions the BMW iX as a noteworthy contender in the electric SUV market.

7 Lucid Air

The Lucid Air, a battery-electric luxury sedan crafted by Lucid Motors, was first announced in 2016 and officially went on sale in 2021. Positioned to compete with other luxury electric vehicles like the Tesla Model S, Porsche Taycan, and Mercedes-Benz, the Lucid Air has quickly garnered attention in the electric car market.

Available in single, dual, or three-motor configurations, the Lucid Air boasts a top speed exceeding 200 mph. It accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in less than two seconds and completes a quarter-mile in under nine seconds. For those seeking even more performance, the Air Sapphire emerges as a high-performance variant with a staggering 1,234 horsepower and 1,430 pound-feet of torque.

Described as a luxury car, the Lucid Air features an attractive interior and cutting-edge technology. Lucid takes pride in the car’s passenger space, particularly highlighting the spacious back seat. The Lucid Air represents a formidable player in the luxury electric sedan segment, combining performance, elegance, and advanced features.

8 Genesis GV60

The Genesis GV60 represents a breakthrough in the world of battery-electric compact luxury crossover SUVs. As the pioneer Genesis vehicle built on the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), the GV60 showcases advanced engineering and innovation. Its design is characterized by a sleek, athletic, and coupe-like silhouette, emphasizing both style and efficiency.

With a high-efficiency motor at its core, the 2024 Genesis GV60 delivers a compelling electric driving experience. The starting price of $53,350 positions the GV60 as an enticing option in the luxury electric crossover segment, offering a harmonious blend of performance, elegance, and cutting-edge technology.

9 Kia Niro

The Kia Niro stands out as a versatile and family-friendly SUV, offering a range of options including hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fully electric models. The 2024 Kia Niro EV, the fully electric variant, boasts an impressive EPA-estimated range of 253 miles per charge. Equipped with a 64.8 kWh battery, it demonstrates swift charging capabilities, going from 10 to 80 percent in approximately 45 minutes when connected to a DC fast charger.

For those considering the 2022 Kia Niro EV, the base model starts with a reasonable MSRP of $39,990, while the EX Premium model is available at $44,650. This pricing structure positions the Niro EV as an accessible option for those seeking an eco-friendly SUV with a focus on family needs and efficient electric mobility.

10 Rivian R1T

The Rivian R1T stands as a mid-size, light-duty, luxury electric pickup truck crafted by Rivian, an American company headquartered in California. It made its debut with the first customer delivery in September 2021, marking a significant step in the electric pickup truck market.

Noteworthy are the Dual-Motor and Performance Dual-Motor R1T models, featuring an EPA-estimated range of 410 miles with the Max battery pack and 352 miles with the large pack. This impressive range showcases the R1T’s commitment to combining luxury with sustainability. Starting at $80,800, the 2024 Rivian R1T emphasizes not only electric innovation but also accessibility for consumers seeking a luxurious and eco-conscious pickup truck.

11 Ford Mustang Mach-E

The Ford Mustang Mach-E marks Ford’s entry into the fully electric SUV arena, being the first model specifically designed as an electric vehicle. Positioned similar in size to the Ford Escape, it melds conventional SUV proportions with distinctive Mustang styling elements.

Boasting a top speed of 114 miles per hour and accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.1 seconds, the Mach-E delivers an exhilarating driving experience. Its 480-horsepower motor produces an impressive 634 lb-ft of torque, accompanied by a commendable range of 235 miles. Offering flexibility, the Mach-E comes with a choice of either a standard-range 70.0-kWh battery or an extended-range 91.0-kWh pack.

Notably, the lifespan of the standard-range battery typically ranges from 3 to 5 years, subject to variables such as weather conditions, battery size, type, and individual driving habits. The Ford Mustang Mach-E emerges as a dynamic and electrically powered SUV, fusing performance with sustainability.

12 Polestar 2

The Polestar 2, a 5-door all-electric hatchback under Volvo’s Polestar sub-brand, draws its inspiration from the XC40 SUV and is available in standard and long-range versions. Anchored by a 78-kilowatt-hour battery, the dual-motor AWD version boasts an EPA-rated range of 276 miles.

Offering both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive powertrains, the Polestar 2 combines a high-capacity battery with a distinctively minimalist design. Praised by Car and Driver for its balanced ride and handling, pleasing interior layout, and quick acceleration in AWD models, the Polestar 2 provides a compelling driving experience. According to Top Gear, the Polestar 2 is not only handsome but exudes a sense of humility, and its build quality is described as capable of leaving Audi drivers with a sense of awe. This combination of performance, design, and quality positions the Polestar 2 as a noteworthy contender in the electric hatchback segment.

13 Audi e-tron GT

The Audi e-tron GT, a battery-electric executive car, has been in production since 2020, embodying a blend of performance and sustainability. This sleek vehicle boasts a top speed of 155 mph and accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds. The RS e-tron GT variant matches these impressive figures with the same top speed and acceleration time.

Under the hood, the e-tron GT features dual electric motors—one for each axle—generating a formidable 646 horsepower and 830 Nm of torque. The power and agility of this electric vehicle contribute to its exceptional performance on the road.

Equipped with an 83.7-kWh lithium-ion battery, the e-Tron GT offers quick charging capabilities, allowing it to recharge from 5 to 80 percent in just 23 minutes. The regular model achieves an EPA-estimated range of 238 miles, while the RS model slightly reduces the range to 232 miles. This combination of speed, power, and efficient charging positions the Audi e-tron GT as a compelling option in the electric car market.

14 Volvo XC40 Recharge

The Volvo XC40 Recharge stands as a plug-in hybrid vehicle, offering the flexibility to drive in pure electric mode, completely free from tailpipe emissions. Equipped with a standard 11 kW on-board charger for Type 2 AC charging, it also boasts rapid 150 kW DC capability for efficient charging.

In terms of range, the 2023 Volvo XC40 Recharge impresses with a 223-mile range on a full charge. Charging times are equally noteworthy, taking approximately 24 minutes to charge the Volvo XC40 Recharge Single Motor from 20 to 80 percent, and about 28 minutes to achieve the same charge level for the Volvo XC40 Recharge Twin Motor. This combination of eco-friendly driving and swift charging makes the Volvo XC40 Recharge an attractive option for those seeking both sustainability and convenience.

15 Mercedes-Benz EQE Sedan

The 2024 Mercedes-Benz EQE stands as a pinnacle of luxury in the electric sedan realm, seamlessly blending traditional Mercedes-Benz values with cutting-edge electric vehicle technology. With an impressive range of up to 305 miles, the EQE also offers access to over 60,000 public charging points and intelligent navigation features. The 300 and 350 variants boast an official electric range of up to 388 miles, while the 4Matic four-wheel-drive 53 AMG version covers a range of 290 miles.

Under the hood, the EQE350+ is equipped with a single electric motor mounted on its rear axle, generating 288 horsepower and 391 pound-feet of torque. This configuration enables the sedan to accelerate from zero to 60 mph in just 5.6 seconds, reaching an estimated top speed of 130 mph. The EQE Sedan offers a 430-liter capacity, though its saloon opening is somewhat narrow. Embracing a striking one-bow design with a coupé-like shoulder line, the 2024 Mercedes-EQ EQE begins its luxury journey with a starting price of $74,900.

16 Genesis Electrified GV70

The 2024 Genesis Electrified GV70 stands out as a compact luxury SUV, offering an impressive 236-mile range and starting at $66,450. Under the hood, it boasts a powerful 77.4-kWh battery pack, accompanied by two electric motors capable of producing 483 horsepower. Accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.2 seconds using Boost Mode, this electrified SUV combines performance with efficiency.

Equipped with a 10.5kW standard charging system, the Electrified GV70 can fully charge its battery from 10% in approximately 7 hours and 22 minutes. In terms of competition, the Volvo XC60 and Acura RDX are regarded as rivals to the Genesis GV70, providing consumers with a range of options in the luxury SUV segment.

17 Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV

The Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV represents a full-size, battery-electric luxury crossover SUV, offering an opulent interior designed to host up to seven passengers. Powering the EQS580 are dual motors, generating an impressive 536 horsepower and 633 pound-feet of torque. With an estimated range spanning from 315 to 410 miles, this luxury SUV combines performance with an extended driving range.

Enhancing the driving experience, the EQS SUV features an adjustable air suspension for a smooth ride and a rear-axle steering system to enhance maneuverability. In essence, the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV embodies a harmonious blend of luxury, performance, and advanced technological features.

18 Mini Cooper SE

The Mini Cooper SE stands out as an all-electric hatchback crafted for daily driving convenience. Its electric motor delivers instantaneous power while maintaining a commitment to zero emissions. Notably, the SE models feature a more potent electric motor compared to the entry-level Cooper E models, boasting 215 horsepower as opposed to 181 horsepower.

The Cooper SE Hardtop 2 Door achieves an EPA-estimated electric range of 114 miles on a full charge, though the actual range may vary based on driving conditions and habits. Measuring 3845 mm in length, 1432 mm in height, and weighing 1775 kg, the Mini Cooper SE combines compact dimensions with a luggage capacity ranging from 211 to 731 liters.

It’s worth noting, however, that according to RepairPal, Minis may be more prone to requiring major repairs compared to the average vehicle, and their maintenance and repair costs tend to be higher.

19 Nissan Ariya

The Nissan Ariya, a compact battery-electric crossover SUV, has been in production since January 2022, marking Nissan’s inaugural venture into the realm of zero-emissions SUVs. Available in front- and all-wheel drive models, the Ariya boasts an EPA-estimated range spanning 265 to 304 miles. With two battery packs and a robust maximum output of 389 horsepower, the Ariya e-4ORCE employs dual electric motors to propel all four wheels. The “e” in e-4ORCE signifies Nissan’s 100% electric motor drive system, while “4ORCE” reflects the vehicle’s physical power and energy. Measuring 4,595 mm in length, 1,850 mm in width, and 1,660 mm in height, the Ariya offers a spacious and modern cabin, intuitive controls, and advanced driver assistance features, earning praise from Cars.com for its contemporary and elegant interior.

20 Tesla Model Y

The Tesla Model Y, a mid-size fully electric crossover SUV, has been in production since 2020. It offers seating for five passengers, and an optional third row accommodates seven passengers. The 2023 Model Y boasts an impressive range of 330 miles on a single charge, with a starting price of $43,990.

These top 20 American electric cars aren’t just a lineup; they’re a symphony of innovation, a fusion of power and sustainability that transforms each drive into a unique experience. From their sleek designs to eco-friendly prowess, these electric marvels redefine what it means to hit the road. So, fasten your seatbelts and embrace the extraordinary – where each electric car isn’t just a mode of transport, but a personality, a story, and a spark of individuality on the electrifying journey towards a greener future.

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A Car and details of American Electric Automobiles

American Electric Automobiles

The American Electric was a U.S. automobile produced in Chicago from 1899 to 1902, and later in Hoboken, New Jersey in 1902. Established by Clinton Edgar Woods in 1895 as the American Electric Vehicle Co. in Chicago merged with the Indiana Bicycle Co. in 1898, evolving into Waverly, and subsequently Pope-Waverley.

The company crafted various electric carriages, including some with an unconventional, tall dos-a-dos four-seater design. These vehicles were purportedly capable of covering distances ranging from 35 miles (56 km) to 50 miles (80 km). However, the manufacturer acknowledged that “very few private carriages would ever be subjected to such a test.” In 1902, the company relocated to New Jersey to attract wealthier customers, but regrettably, it ceased operations within the same year, as stated in a company announcement.

About American Electric Automobiles and Cars in The United States

As of December 2023, the combined sales of roadworthy electric cars in the United States hit an impressive 4,684,128 units since 2010. In 2023 alone, 1,402,371 units were sold, claiming a 9.1% market share—a historic milestone, marking the first time the American market surpassed the 1 million sales mark. California stands out as the leading regional market for plug-in vehicles in the country, boasting 1 million registered plug-in cars by November 2021, constituting 46% of the national stock. Additionally, the other nine states adhering to the California Air Resources Board’s Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) regulations contributed another 10% to the overall American stock.

In California

California, spearheading the plug-in market, witnessed substantial growth in sales, reaching 237,618 units in 2021, up from 132,742 in 2020—an impressive increase of 79.0%. The state’s plug-in segment market share demonstrated a steady climb from 4.9% in 2017 to 8.1% in 2020, ultimately reaching an impressive 12.8% in 2021.

In 2017

In 2017, the plug-in segment in America claimed a modest market share of 1.13%, rising from 0.90% in 2016. The figures continued an upward trend, reaching 2.1% in 2018, experiencing a slight dip to 1.9% in 2019, but then surging to 2.2% in 2020, 4.0% in 2021, 6.8% in 2022, and ultimately reaching an impressive 9.1% in 2023.

In 2018

Before 2018, the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid held the title of the all-time best-selling plug-in electric car, boasting 152,144 units across both generations. However, in 2019, the Tesla Model 3, an all-electric car, surpassed the discontinued Chevrolet Volt, becoming the all-time best-selling plug-in car in U.S. history with approximately 300,471 units delivered since its inception. Following closely were the Tesla Model S with about 157,992 units and the Chevrolet Volt with 157,054 units. The Tesla Model S dominated sales for three consecutive years from 2015 to 2017, while the Model 3 continued the trend, topping sales for three consecutive years from 2018 to 2020.

In 2021

By April 2021, three U.S. states had introduced government mandates to prohibit the sale of gasoline-powered cars, aiming to drive the transition to electric vehicles. Washington State proposed legislation to ban the sales and registrations of gasoline-powered light vehicles made for or after their 2030 model year. California planned to prohibit the sale of all new fuel-burning cars by 2035, and Massachusetts aimed to do the same by 2035.

In December 2021, the Biden administration implemented Executive Order 14057, a nationwide federal government mandate set to ban new fossil fuel vehicles across all 50 U.S. states, Washington, D.C., and all U.S. territories by 2035. This order would restrict new fossil-fuel-powered government-owned vehicles by 2027, new fossil-fuel buses by 2030, and new privately owned and commercial-owned vehicles by 2035, contributing to the push for the widespread adoption of electric vehicles.

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What are the requirements for buying used Tesla parts?

What are the requirements for buying used Tesla parts?

Challenges for Tesla emerged when the company embarked on producing high-quality cars in 2003. It took several demanding decades of test drive sessions and market trials to shape Tesla cars into what they are today. Despite the hurdles, Tesla maintains its dominance in the electric vehicle market. Perhaps, the growing global acceptance of electric vehicles has played a significant role in this success.

In recent times, due to the increase in the demand for Tesla cars, the number of its users has also increased tremendously. As a result of use, the Tesla car needs to be serviced after a certain period. Then it can be seen that due to some parts becoming useless, the performance of the car decreases and those parts have to be changed quickly. But many people can’t buy and install the new version of those parts immediately because the price of Tesla car parts may seem high to many. So using ‘Used Tesla Parts‘ can be one of the ways for them. Still, you may wonder what features to look for when buying used Tesla parts.

Requirements for used Tesla parts

Part Number Verification:

Genuine Tesla parts come with unique part numbers. Verify that the used parts you’re considering have accurate and matching part numbers. This step ensures that the components were originally designed for your Tesla model, avoiding compatibility issues.

Documentation Request:

A trustworthy seller should be able to provide comprehensive documentation for the used Tesla parts. This documentation may include the part’s origin, any repairs or modifications it has undergone, and maintenance records. Transparent documentation adds confidence to your purchase.

Compatibility Check:

Ensure that the used Tesla parts are compatible with your specific Tesla model. Cross-reference the part numbers and consult your vehicle’s manual to confirm compatibility. This step prevents costly mistakes and ensures the seamless integration of the parts into your vehicle.

Benefits of Buying used Tesla parts

The Price — Obviously

Used Tesla parts provide a budget-friendly alternative without compromising quality. The reduced price tag compared to new parts allows you to maintain your Tesla without breaking the bank, making the ownership experience more financially sustainable.

One of the most prominent advantages of choosing used Tesla parts is their affordability. Compared to their brand-new counterparts, recycled components often come with a significantly lower price tag, providing Tesla owners with a cost-effective alternative for repairs and replacements.

Immediate Availability

Salvage yards and certified dealerships specializing in used Tesla parts typically boast readily available inventories. This translates to quicker turnaround times for your repairs, minimizing the downtime of your vehicle.

Compatibility with Older Models:

If you own an older Tesla model, finding brand-new parts can sometimes be a challenge due to discontinued production. Used Tesla parts, however, offer a sustainable solution, ensuring you can keep your classic Tesla running smoothly without compromising on performance.

Reduced Depreciation Concerns

Tesla vehicles are known for their durability and longevity. Choosing used parts for repairs allows you to extend the life of your Tesla without concerns about the depreciation that can accompany the installation of new components.

Basicautoparts is the place for the best genuine tesl used parts online. Remember, each part tells a story, and by understanding your vehicle’s needs, verifying details, and partnering with reliable sellers, you’re not only saving on costs but actively contributing to the sustainability of your Tesla. So, with a hassle-free, one-year warranty, and the highest standards in quality and affordability, you can always rely on us for your parts.

Genuine Used Tesla Parts?

What to Look for When Buying Genuine Used Tesla Parts?

Tesla advises opting for authentic Tesla parts and accessories. Thorough testing is conducted on these components to guarantee their appropriateness, safety, and dependability. Tesla advises checking the labels on the center door pillar to obtain information about authentic replacement parts. You can acquire these parts directly from Tesla, where they will be skillfully installed, and you can seek expert advice regarding any modifications.

Authentication Factor for Genuine Used Tesla Parts

When investing in authentic Tesla components, consider the following factors:

  • Part Number: Verify that the part number matches the defective component.
  • Tesla Parts Manual: If you have access to the Tesla parts manual, you can reference it to find the part number and place an order through the app.
  • Warranty Status: Confirm the warranty status and vehicle title.
  • Battery Health: Evaluate the battery’s health and any signs of degradation.
  • Accident History: Scrutinize the vehicle’s accident history.
  • Paperwork: Thoroughly review the paperwork to ensure the seller is the rightful owner and there are no outstanding financial claims on the car.
  • Service Documentation: Before the seller disconnects the vehicle from their Tesla account, kindly request PDF copies of the service records.
  • Accident Overview: Examine the vehicle’s history for any past accidents or damages by consulting Carfax and Autocheck.

Component Quality

Tesla subjects its parts to stringent testing protocols, guaranteeing their appropriateness, safety, and dependability. Despite this, some individuals may opt for repairing components instead of replacing them, or resort to incorporating second-hand panels. Examine both sides closely for any discernible ripples.

Exclusive Use of Authentic Tesla Components:

Opt for only genuine Tesla parts and accessories. Tesla conducts thorough testing on these components, ensuring their appropriateness, safety, and reliability. Acquire these parts directly from Tesla, where they are expertly installed, and benefit from professional guidance on modifications for any Model. You can find accessories for purchase at Tesla stores or online through [https://www.basicautopart.com/used-tesla-parts/].

Non-Tesla Parts Disclaimer:

It’s important to note that Tesla cannot evaluate parts produced by other distributors. Consequently, Tesla bears no responsibility for any issues that may arise from the use of non-Tesla parts on any Model.


The installation of non-approved parts and accessories, or engaging in non-approved modifications, has the potential to impact the performance of Model S and compromise the safety of those within. Any resulting damage from the use or installation of non-approved parts, or undertaking non-approved modifications, falls outside the coverage of the warranty.

Liability Disclaimer:

Tesla Inc. explicitly disclaims liability for instances of death, personal injury, or damage arising from the use or installation of non-approved accessories or the implementation of non-approved modifications. Safety and adherence to approved guidelines are paramount considerations.

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