Tesla is an electric vehicle manufacturer that is becoming more popular in the United States. One of their most popular model is the Tesla Model 3 and it has become of the best-selling vehicle. However, just like with any other vehicle manufacturer, its production process is prone to make mistakes during its assembly. When a consumer purchases a Tesla that experiences a defect that persists after multiple repair attempts by the manufacturer, the vehicle may be a lemon. If this is the case for you and your Tesla, speak with an experienced lemon law attorney to see if you have a potential case.
Tesla Issues Consumers Have Experienced
Some of Tesla’s models have experienced some issues that categorize them as a lemon vehicle. While Tesla is making efforts to improve their production process to ensure that these issues do not occur in new Tesla’s, some issues are still being reported with new models such as the Tesla Model S and Tesla Model 3.
- Shutdown while driving
- Touch screen failure
- Unintended acceleration
- Memory problems
- eMMC chip failure
These only cover some of Tesla’s issues. Your vehicle may still be a lemon if it is experiencing any defects that could not be fixed with repeated repairs.