Tesloid Model 3 Performance Spoiler – save 10% with coupon code DTC10 [Deal]

Earlier this year the Tesla Shop finally added the Performance Model 3 spoiler to their online store, but it does not come cheap priced at $1,100 CAD ($800 USD).

If you’re looking for a (much) cheaper aftermarket alternative, Tesloid just added their own Model 3 Performance Spoiler to their shop.

Canadian buyers can buy it from their Canadian store for just $169.99, which includes free express shipping across the country. You can also save 10% by using the coupon code DTC10 at checkout, bringing the price down to just $152.99 CAD.

Canadian customers, click here to buy yours now.

For our friends down south, you can order the spoiler from the US store for $149.99, which also includes free express shipping within the US. The 10% discount code DTC10 works here too, making it just $134.99 USD.

US customers, click here to buy yours now.

Made from automotive grade ABS plastic, the spoiler features a low profile design that closely resembles the real Performance spoiler. It is precisely designed to fit the Model 3’s trunk lid, and requires no drilling to install.Tesloid Model 3 Performance Spoiler installation

Simply peel and stick the included extra strong automotive grade temperature resistance adhesive onto the trunk lid. The company also includes a handy installation guide to make it as easy as possible to install your new Model 3 spoiler.

The spoiler comes in two finishes, matte black and gloss black. All products ship as quickly as possible and arrive within 3-7 business days after ordering.

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