Model Y downgrades Teslas ranking in Consumer Reports’ annual reliability report

Model Y downgrades Teslas ranking in Consumer Reports’ annual reliability report
Model Y downgrades Teslas ranking in Consumer Reports’ annual reliability report

Tesla recently released the Model Y, which had been plagued by problems with the car’s hardware and paintwork, leading to a decline in the electric vehicle maker’s standing in the Consumer Reports’ annual reliability report, as owners of the Model Y, which went into production in January, reported skewed panels. The frame had to be firm and mismatched, including human hair stuck in the paint, according to Consumer Reports.

And according to Indias TOI website, the Model Y ended up with a reliability rating of “much worse than average,” and Jake Fisher, Senior Director of Automotive Test at Consumer Reports, said that Teslas rating would have risen by a few points had it not been for the Model Y’s performance, and new models often faced reliability issues. Teslas problems were not typical, however.

“I am amazed that we will only see basic painting problems, the type of trim, and the body panel mounting issues,” he said in an interview. “You thought this was going to be worked on for a long time,” Fischer added, “It’s really disappointing when you spend that much money.” To buy a car, we hope that they can correct a lot of these things over time. “

Teslas rating slipped two places to 25th out of 26 brands rated in the US market, ahead of Ford Motor Company’s Lincoln luxury brand, according to a recent annual survey. Fisher said the Tesla Model S and Model X SUV were “worse than average.” Fischer said, the former lost its “recommended” condition.

While the Model 3 sedan maintained its average rating and recommended condition, the survey predicts any new cars will give their owners fewer or more problems, based on data collected for more than 300,000 cars from 2000 to 2020, but its scorecard is influential between Consumers and industry executives.

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