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It was worth the 4 month wait.
 

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Emphasis on "initial". I got one of those surveys. I love my Gladiator, but it was still *very* new at the time I completed the survey.

I suppose it was the same situation for the other vehicles.
 

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Am I the only one to notice the Tesla owners rated the best probably do to them not wanting to admit over priced purchase. :LOL: vs other EV choices and quite a few others in same vanity vehicles.;):)
 

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Am I the only one to notice the Tesla owners rated the best probably do to them not wanting to admit over priced purchase. :LOL: vs other EV choices and quite a few others in same vanity vehicles.;):)
Tesla ranked the worst. It's initial quality measured by problems per 100 vehicles...so according to this survey, the average Tesla owner experienced 2.5 problems within the first 90 days of ownership.
 

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Am I the only one to notice the Tesla owners rated the best probably do to them not wanting to admit over priced purchase. :LOL: vs other EV choices and quite a few others in same vanity vehicles.;):)
Tesla ranked the worst. It's initial quality measured by problems per 100 vehicles...so according to this survey, the average Tesla owner experienced 2.5 problems within the first 90 days of ownership.
I have a Tesla Model 3. IMHO, it is the best product (not just vehicle) you can buy in any category at any price, but for reasons OTHER than initial quality.

I have had a several issues when I purchased it 2018 (panel alignment, charge port door) and a couple still come up every once in a while. But the crazy thing is I and 99% of other owners still love the damn cars DESPITE the quality control issues and other things we have to put up with (long wait times on replacement parts, over-booked service centers, etc).

I dare you to test drive one and tell me it’s over-priced ;)
 

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Am I the only one to notice the Tesla owners rated the best probably do to them not wanting to admit over priced purchase. :LOL: vs other EV choices and quite a few others in same vanity vehicles.;):)

I’m not Tesla fanboy but I’ve got a performance model Y and I love it
It destroys nearly anything to 80mph and I only go that fast in “Mexico” it’s got the most comfortable seats I’ve ever sat in and the white interior is gorgeous

I will say though that Tesla’s customer service is and probably will stay at an absolute trash ranking. We’re out fixing issues with their solar systems constantly and they could not care any less
 

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I’m not Tesla fanboy but I’ve got a performance model Y and I love it
It destroys nearly anything to 80mph and I only go that fast in “Mexico”
I am a Tesla fanboy but will 100% admit they are deserve last place in the "initial quality" study ;)

My friend just took delivery of a Model Y and it's MISSING a cowl cover. :facepalm:
 

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I have a Tesla Model 3. IMHO, it is the best product (not just vehicle) you can buy in any category at any price, but for reasons OTHER than initial quality.

I have had a several issues when I purchased it 2018 (panel alignment, charge port door) and a couple still come up every once in a while. But the crazy thing is I and 99% of other owners still love the damn cars DESPITE the quality control issues and other things we have to put up with (long wait times on replacement parts, over-booked service centers, etc).

I dare you to test drive one and tell me it’s over-priced ;)
I’m not Tesla fanboy but I’ve got a performance model Y and I love it
It destroys nearly anything to 80mph and I only go that fast in “Mexico” it’s got the most comfortable seats I’ve ever sat in and the white interior is gorgeous

I will say though that Tesla’s customer service is and probably will stay at an absolute trash ranking. We’re out fixing issues with their solar systems constantly and they could not care any less
I am a Tesla fanboy but will 100% admit they are deserve last place in the "initial quality" study ;)

My friend just took delivery of a Model Y and it's MISSING a cowl cover. :facepalm:
I have to be honest, I was surprised to see Tesla in last simply because I'm around Tesla owners a lot and have yet to hear a bad word from any of their mouths. I think most, if not all, of them realize that there is no "dealer" network and that there are growing pains in executing a totally different way of selling and servicing vehicles.

And if you think of it that way, in that new approach, new customers receive 2.5 problems, yes, but brands like Land Rover and Audi have been around a lot longer and are basically serving up 2.3 problems per vehicle.
 

                           
























































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