Tesla Model Y Issues Aren’t Going Away

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Ryan Shaw

2 oy oldin

Let’s talk about Tesla quality control on the Model Y and how it keeps affecting customers buying Model Y’s.
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I’ve already made two videos talking about my process with quality control issues. The first was about all the issues that Tesla couldn’t seem to fix on my Model Y. After that I made another video about how Tesla was able to fix my car, but still there were a couple issues they were waiting on parts to fix, and at this point everything has been fixed after 4 service appointments.
It seems like there are two camps with these issues, and I sit somewhere in the middle.
The first group of people think that quality control issues mean that Tesla is a terrible company who makes terrible products. End of story.
The second group of people think that quality control issues are blown out of proportion, and it’s just a bunch of whiny babies who want to criticize Tesla, and get views on videos. They also tend to think that Tesla is literally the best company in the history of planet earth and can do no wrong.
I’m somewhere in the middle, along with most Model Y buyers, and reviewers that I’ve seen. These quality control issues are bad, and there is no excuse for them. They are something Tesla absolutely needs to remedy, but for the time being, it’s what Teslas come with, and what to expect when buying one, but overall the core functionality of the car is solid, and worth it.
Even Marques Brownlee (MKBHD), one of the biggest tech reviewers out there was given a review Model Y by Tesla with plenty of issues. He pointed out that Tesla knew it was going to be reviewed by him, had a chance to look it over before giving it to him, and still it came with large panel gaps, a loose sun visor, misaligned hazard button, uneven front trunk lip, and a loose spoiler.
This is a gamble on Tesla’s part because every service center will be different, and could provide a very negative experience for customers. On top of this, with no other car are you expected to schedule service immediately after delivery. Like you paid for it, and now you need to get it up to the standard of other car companies by taking it in for service yourself.
That’s a gamble because you’re hoping that the customer finds the car worth that struggle.
So let’s get into this gamble a little. I wanted to see how other customers feel when getting their cars delivered, and dealing with issues. Do they still love the car? Do they feel like they wasted their money?
All of the issues in my car were pretty simple fixes, besides the Model Y Rear seat alignment. As you’ll see, nearly every model Y delivered has this flaw. The rear seats just don’t line up, and in turn they rattle.
The main issue I had that affected the driving of the car was the front trunk bug. This is pretty common on the Model Y, but not as widespread as the rear seat alignment. Basically it thinks the front trunk is open when it isn’t. In turn it flashes at you constantly, and if you’re in autopilot, it forces you to take over.
This brings us to the Model Y owners I spoke to who all had many different issues. It seems that almost everyone needs a Model Y service appointment right after delivery for varying degrees of issues. Overall, most have been taken care of well by Tesla service, but in some cases, it has been a nightmare.

Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 2 oy oldin
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Michael J. Lees, ABD
Michael J. Lees, ABD 11 kun oldin
Ryan - what is the VIN number they are on now for the Model Y? Where do you find that information?
Will Tesla ever replace the vehicle? Mine has airbags problems and it’s been in service 3 times
Ace Kun oldin
"But would do it all over again" Yup.. sums up Tesla fans. Just gluttons for punishment
Anna Wei
Anna Wei 2 kun oldin
Getting my LT MY delivered, end of this month. Dealer is not that close to me, I hope that my will be ok! Thanks for posting video. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Grey Phantome
Grey Phantome 4 kun oldin
Seems like Tesla will never address the quality issues, it will put off a segment of customers
Jarret Fink
Jarret Fink 6 kun oldin
Ryan, I've had my Model Y (57,XXX) vin for 2 weeks. The seats don't line up at all in back. I took it to service today, they said Tesla seats are not supposed to line up. Do you have any advice how to make them deal with it?
Federico Maisch
Federico Maisch 7 kun oldin
Thank you, very useful information
Station 2Station
Station 2Station 8 kun oldin
Tesla owners are abused by Tesla. So unfortunate. I wanted them to build amazing innovative cars but they are just like a cult; members covering up for the leadership (manufacturing) and taking the abuse in the form of excessive problems with their cars they paid luxury-level money for.
Gabriel Asante-Odame
Gabriel Asante-Odame 9 kun oldin
Im not bashing Tesla but spending 60k plus on a vehicle and getting all these quality issues is just subpar on their part.. 20k cars dont even have such quality issues...
Vipul Gaddamedi
Vipul Gaddamedi 9 kun oldin
I purchased my car on September 26th and noticed bunch of issues. They apparently said they fixed the issues but they didn’t go away! I picked my car from service yesterday and today noticed that when driving at 70 mph the car vibrates. I went to the service center and said estimated completion date is October 23rd. I’m frustrated that I had the car for only 1 day since the time I bought the car. Need suggestions ! Any suggestion is appreciated.
Willie Lu
Willie Lu 12 kun oldin
That is reason why I will not buy a Tesla in the near future. You would not see this kind of quality problems with a Lexus.
4x4TechTalk 14 kun oldin
its a shame, my MY has all kinds of little panel gap issues. As my first Tesla, sadly it may be my last. Rivian, Hummer, F150 options coming that better suit my needs.
Bill Baker
Bill Baker 15 kun oldin
So the takeaway is Tesla has no incentive to improve their quality control until one of the competing manufacturers forces them to address it. That's the beauty of a free market. Unless or until Elon's customers or the competition force him to build a better product "just good enough" will always be good enough. What a shame.
Zaki Wasik
Zaki Wasik 18 kun oldin
It takes a special kind of masochism to be a Tesla owner :D
Jack Mason
Jack Mason 19 kun oldin
I'm sorry but if you're spending 60k on a car you have a right to expect it to be perfect. Would rather have a Polestar.
Simmer Pete
Simmer Pete 19 kun oldin
The prices need to be slashed until they fix all issues. But Elon is money hungry and don’t care. To many are being sold to kids that know nothing about cars. Over $50k for all this. Dealerships have Y’s sitting on their lots so demand is affected.
Nicholas Bourcier
Nicholas Bourcier 26 kun oldin
Do you think they will have this fixed by 2030
nanashimara 29 kun oldin
Have we not seen any improvement yet with later VINs? What was your VIN?
Redge Leclaire
Redge Leclaire 29 kun oldin
Tesla fans are like kids who want a toy and while it isn't 100% functional, they're going to love it because they want it so badly. But people should complain to Tesla and not accept it because the car is great. Since the Tesla is Industry, the model 3 is made 24 hours a day without interruption, they won't stop production for a defect. Tesla makes 41.6 car / hour, every 1 minute 44 seconds a car is made then if they stop the production 5 min they lost over 100K. I work in this kind of industry and they won't stop the line for that, at the end of production a quality control team checks the car. Flaw problem may appear after the car is taken out of the prod line because the car is moving and plastic may move etc.
Greg D Brown
Greg D Brown Oy oldin
I took my Model Y in for service the 2nd day I received it, all fixed. Good Service. Has anyone had any issues with the key card? Just today it would not work with a Valet. Alarm went off and he had to chase me down. Any issues with the key cards to report?
Josh P.
Josh P. Oy oldin
You should NEVER expect quality control issues from a 50+ thousand dollar car...
Mark Oy oldin
Ryan, you mentioned one key phrase near the end of your video, business model. The key for the survival of Tesla as a company is rapid expansion. Keeping up speed of production and raise the Gross income is the only way to prevent the company from going under. If you look back, they developed the 1st gen roadster to show case what plug in EVs can accomplish, they did that to attract attention from both consumer and investors. Then they made the S & X, high end but can be mass produced, again, trying to raise capital, not just investors, but also actual profit from selling product to that 1%. Then they made the 3 and Y, affordable and officially entered the mainstream market. The company needs so much cash flow to just stay above water, they spend so much on R&D and infrastructure, if they were to take their sweet time to do all the tiny cosmetic QC, their capacity to deliver would be reduced significantly, hence less cash coming in, the company would just kick it. For those who hate Tesla and refuse to consider to purchase one for the poor cosmetic QC, and ignore the core tech, safety and general driving experience, that's OK, don't buy one, you're not their target consumer, at least not at this stage of the business. Most likely, they'll one day catch up on the QC front, just wait until then to consider getting one. Another thing is, all these talk about their poor QC also creates a talking point for the general public, in a way, it's a part of their marketing strategy. My delivery appointment for the Y is on the 25th, fingers crossed.
GLR Oy oldin
they look like amateurs, even my 10k KIA is of a higher quality..... what a joke tesla still is, I thought they are better than this....
Mark Levine
Mark Levine Oy oldin
I don't think I'll buy a tesla, what if the quality issues is something that I can't see without taking the car apart and causing safety issues. I might buy one when it's fully self driven and only use it for Uber.
Kevin P
Kevin P Oy oldin
I am due to have a Y delivered soon so thanks for the video. That said, we are the ones paying it forward to future Tesla owners and to the Company. Owner's tolerance and patience upon delivery acceptance is key to the success of Tesla as long as it stands behind its cars and fixes the issues. Eventually, quality will take a higher position, but at this stage it's all about scale as that feeds every other aspect of the Company.
Rick's Account
Rick's Account Oy oldin
Luxury prices with Yugo quality. Hard to believe people are willing to make excuses for their lousy product while laying down their hard earned money to buy one. I think they are just embarrassed and rationalizing their purchase.
Gowtham V
Gowtham V Oy oldin
TESLA is focusing on delivering as many model y and 3 as they can because they don't want to disappoint wall street. TESLA has changed to a wall street machine rather than providing a properly built car.
G Howard
G Howard Oy oldin
Funny how some non-Tesla owners are so jealous.
Hello World
Hello World Oy oldin
First world problem🤷‍♂️
C. Oy oldin
It's like someone being in love with a total tramp, "sure she does cocaine, crystal meth, steals and lies. But I still love her" lol.
A B Oy oldin
I’m seeing a lot of these videos. I’m leasing mine, would dream of buying one in the first year of production.
Black Birdie Golf
Black Birdie Golf Oy oldin
I'm buying one next hear and I rather it be cosmetics then electrical. land rover and jaguar are horrible cars. Lol I'm on my second prius and I had no issues other than the trunk not unlocking. I have 118k miles on it.
glacier activity
glacier activity Oy oldin
As European - what American car-company has rolled out a decent quality car in the last 40 years compared to...Germans (I am not german). If we go by nation - UK car companies - they crashed heavily back in the 70s and hardly anyone has dared to buy a British car ever since unless it was an Aston Martin with a Ford Fiesta wiper handle. The Italians? We all love the way the overheat and cost an annual salary to service. The French? They stopped caring back around 1980. The Swedes - they did care. So obviously they both went bankrupt and are now owned by the Chinese. In SAABs case after being owned by GM running the American idea - max profit for what one can get away with (as you did with Aston Martin too). Of course, Tesla is shit build quality. It is an Am-car after all. So let us look at the Germans. Anybody remember the Mercedes 190E? Or the BMW 325 iteration of the 80's? The only good thing we can say about the Germans is that they did break the fall because Asia said "hello" in the 1980s and delivered a lot of bang for the buck that felt as if someone actually did bother. Can anybody tell me about an American mass-produced car since the 1960s that felt if somebody cared at all when putting it together? It is American culture to put together a shitty car (I was sad in ca 1990 - driving a Trans-Am famous from the Smokey and the Bandit films I grew up with in the 70s - it had a 6-litre engine (?) that made what...160 HP? while falling apart around me as a decade-old car). Remember, nobody buys anything from USA and hope for great build quality. Even a pair of Levi's are hopefully made in Asia these days with hope of some quality. Tesla is an am car. We expect shit build quality. I owned an IBM laptop back in the days FFS. USA is so bad at build quality that my current Mac (made in China to American specs) has the worst keyboard I ever encountered with the American "good enough for profit" attitude to quality.
nowjustanother Oy oldin
Fundamentally, Tesla sees itself as a tech company that produces a tech product that rolls on four wheels. Tech companies' approach to quality assurance (considering agile development processes, etc.) is often vastly different from more traditional companies. A legacy OEM, like Ford or Toyota, would never dream of letting its Customers play the part of their QC department, and the market would never stand for it (neither would investors). For now, Tesla can get away with it because they're the "cool kids," and their Customers don't punish them for these unforced errors. Eventually, the "cool" factor may go away, like it eventually did for the iPhone, and Tesla will be forced to deliver products from the factory that have initial quality in line with the expectations of the prices they command for their products.
Robin Miller
Robin Miller Oy oldin
After watching only two minutes of this video, I can tell you I’d absolutely be upset with any 70k auto investment with these kinds of QC issues. I will be holding off my Model Y purchase until I hear that Tesla Fremont has their act together. Very disappointing.
Bruce Miller
Bruce Miller Oy oldin
I'm glad SpaceX rockets are not built on the same line.
Jackson Brown
Jackson Brown Oy oldin
Yeah at 70K I’d be disappointed with most of these flaws. I still like where it’s going.
Eric P
Eric P Oy oldin
Is this proving that Tesla owners are like Jeep owners. They know it's riddled with issues, but still buy it.
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[ ] Oy oldin
Basically, don't be an early adopter if you don't want to deal with these issues.
Osimmac Oy oldin
2:10 the customer IS the quality control ! :0 gud way to save money
Joe Vento
Joe Vento Oy oldin
For this price point it should have the quality control of a LEXUS!!!!!!.....NO EXCUSES.
Mike Messiah
Mike Messiah Oy oldin
These Tesla customers shown here are the problem of the society. Their hard-on for Tesla is whats causing problems for all future Tesla owners.
Kuya Arbee
Kuya Arbee Oy oldin
I don't even have a Tesla Y but a Volvo XC40 :P But you make watching the Tesla Y reviews very informative and very technical! very enjoyable to watch! glad to see that you're not afraid to critique the car etc. You are right about the first and second groups lol the second group is the worse! those that see Tesla cars as THE BEST! just because they're fully electric........ I'm glad with your unbiased reviews and opinions on your car! you have an amazing vehicle!
James Velvet
James Velvet Oy oldin
Remind anyone else of early computer adopters? All kinds of software/hardware issues but in the end, they still sold boatloads. Tesla is an infant when it comes to vehicle production. Give them another decade and (hopefully) their lack of any quality control will be fixed. Or, they can do the smart thing and stop building car bodies and sell the drivetrains to companies that know how to assemble a vehicle. Think Tesla/Lexus love child ;-)
Fabio Bermudez Pippo
Fabio Bermudez Pippo Oy oldin
wait for the roadster
Poker Frac
Poker Frac Oy oldin
For a 60k car, I'd drive this into the middle of the service center and would leave until I had my $$$ back.. any other manufacturer would have a class action lawsuit against them already. Absolutely unacceptable
Fred Drake
Fred Drake 2 oy oldin
Living 185 miles from a service center I can’t bring myself to consider a Tesla until they build a service center near me. Who can drive 185 miles five times to get initial quality issues fixed? That would be a true fan of the vehicle.
Michael Fagan
Michael Fagan Oy oldin
Mobile service can fix many issues in your driveway
Stealthy 2 oy oldin
Imagine what kind of quality issues there are under the hood
CosmicMicron 2 oy oldin
Just humour me for a second. Change the word Tesla with any of these words (House,Car,Boat,Cabin) in the following sentence: '' I bought a brand new Tesla but i had to immidiately do some repairs. It is totally fine even though i did not have a Tesla for a few weeks after i got it but i am really happy with it. It is the best Tesla i could have even though i am still not done with all the repairs and the producing company does not wan't to fix all the issues. But it is ok because they just started 9 years ago to make Teslas so i do not blame them at all. In fact i think it is impressive to deliver a brand new, quite expensive Tesla with so few mistakes. '' You people are crazeeeeeeeee...... Bugs Bunny got nothin on ya..... like some other guy said under, you are being EXTREMELY soft on Tesla to avoid triggering the Tesla fans... that is not ok.
Blaise Oy oldin
😂😂😂 What do these groups have in common? Xbox fanboys Tesla fanboys Apple fanboys 😂😂😂 They will buy anything their lord companies show them, irrespective of price or quality. And they will crucify anyone who dares question them. They won't give place to reasoning, they won't consider positive criticism, they'll just band together like the Jews and the Romans banned together and nail you faster than they nailed Jesus.
Maxime Mobayen
Maxime Mobayen 2 oy oldin
I really really want a model Y but don't know if I should wait a few months or even like 6 month for time to go by to see if these issues go away. I know they will its just a matter of time. I love Tesla a lot that I can't wait to get one its just these issues that hold me back a little. I do have a car right now so its not like I need one, but I just want a Tesla ever since I heard about the company in 2013 cuz I just don't want to pay for gas any more and why get an ugly electric car like a Prius or a leaf or volt or something like that when can get a Tesla for the design and simplicity and autopilot especially that's the main selling point I thing. anyway having said all the what do u guys thing does waiting make sense or? would like to hear from the community and current Tesla owners. THANKS
Dennis Ferrara
Dennis Ferrara 2 oy oldin
I have been pretty happy after delivery in mid-May. My rear seat is slightly misaligned, my driver's door mirror wouldn't hold the setting, there was a rattle in the driver's door, and the windows don't roll up over rough road surfaces. The mirror was replaced, and the door rattle was a loose bolt in the roll up mechanism and was fixed. Other than that no other issues have materialized. I am still eagerly waiting for the software update where I can open the glove box via voice control.
mark 2 oy oldin
Hey serious question, is the model y glass roof sunburning your head? I was always worried about that
Roberta Conroy
Roberta Conroy 2 oy oldin
haggling with Tesla now about fixing a paint bubble on my Y about the size of a small fingernail which was identified by them at delivery. Car now has a bit over 1k miles and Tesla told me that I needed to come in before 100 miles or it is not covered! uhmmm...
Mick Mick
Mick Mick 2 oy oldin
While people accept - that they are the quality inspectors, Elon will happily let you do it.! The worry should be, if this is how sloppy their quality control is on things you can see - what is the state of the things you can not see ....Scary thought, could be some expensive fixes for the customer further down the line - maybe - maybe not ?
Veselin Nikolov
Veselin Nikolov 2 oy oldin
That’s not reality, BMW cars spend on average 3 months in for service the first 5 years
OMG my SPLEEN 2 oy oldin
As an auto technician at the Fremont factory working on these vehicles every day off the line, I can tell you that what you guys are seeing doesn’t even scratch the surface of issues we see fresh off the line. Firstly, the Y is built in a damn parking lot tent assembly line with no A/C and overworked/Undertrained associates. Second, We’re talking about hundreds of cars with no brakes, no coolant due to negligence during assembly causing damage to the hoses, broken bolts for just about anything (as simple as an aeroshield to major like a subframe/motor mount) interior leaks in the high voltage batteries, loose suspension, brake calipers not bolted on, and vehicles with major chassis/party CAN issues preventing the vehicles from driving entirely. Most of these issues take hours or sometimes even days to diagnose let alone resolve. On top of that there are so many messed up cars in our repair queues that we have no room to park them anywhere so they’re scattered along the factory, collecting dust, aging and at risk for damage. All the lines care about is the number because that’s what they post. “Oh we build 600+ cars a shift” but the reality is only about 60% have made it out the door right away with only a few minor issues. Quality is not a motivator anymore. It hurts me to see it.
Robert Frank
Robert Frank Oy oldin
lambfrog it isn’t an if i worked in manufacturing. I did. I was an electronics technician repairing defective products on the assembly line for one year and then worked in quality assurance for five years for the same manufacturer. In my experience many “errors” are deliberate. People don’t follow the proper processes and instructions and take short cuts. They do this to “meet the numbers”. They then knowing a product has issues with make the call to ship it anyway. Why? Because they were public and would rather worry about warranty repairs later than miss their sales targets today. So examples of this, we had a batch of defective parts received that had a large failure rate. But replacing the batch would take time and cost money. So we replaced the ones that failed on the line and shipped the rest just to have a bunch fail later. Then I had to write a root cause analysis for the large customer to explain why they were seeing issues. Lol. Ummm, because we knew about it and let it through anyway rather than working to fix it with the component supplier. Just one example.
lambfrog Oy oldin
Robert Frank if you work or worked on manufacturing you know that the way to high quality products comes during the engineering phase not once it hits the production line. This has nothing to do with capacity. Hell, you could say that adding capacity will only continue to hurt quality because their is no focus. They are building these cars in a tent!!!!! What other OEM in the world does that? Toyota, VW, Ford???? No!!!!!!! Because they know how to manufacture. Read the Wire Magazine article that talks about how Musk walks around the factory and tells the engineers that they are doing everything wrong. Why do you think 100’s of top executives have Tesla in the past three years? Musk thinks he knows everything but really knows little to nothing about manufacturing. But if you try to tell him he fires you. Oh yea, I want to work in the company.......NOT!
Robert Frank
Robert Frank Oy oldin
Jay Lybik it is sad because it is such an exciting vehicle. But Tesla management are being way too aggressive with their product ramps and delivery targets to please Wall Street. Good things take time. They need more factories up before they can successfully handle multiple product lines at big volumes. Cutting corners just causes a loss of reputation so I fear that could hurt the long run future if they keep turning off their customers with crap quality.
Jay Lybik
Jay Lybik Oy oldin
I don't know why anyone would buy any Tesla product especially after reading this.
Robert Frank
Robert Frank Oy oldin
This is some serious growing pains. I think it will get better once more factories are up and running and the lines can slow down and take more time for training and QC. But it seems Tesla are trying to achieve such incredible delivery numbers and handle so many models out of one factory that they are pushing things too far making the quality a real problem. Thank you for toughing it out for the Tesla community and fighting through these issues. I personally have worked in Quality Assurance at a manufacturer and seen what people will do to “meet the numbers” when they are behind. So I feel for ya. More factories are needed ASAP to relieve the pressure.
Kashparrot 2 oy oldin
I'm curious what's the ownership history for these anecdotes. $60-$70k can get you very nice luxury cars where these quality issues would be unacceptable.
Unbox Industry
Unbox Industry 2 oy oldin
Elon Musk can make rockets land and reuse them but he can’t make panels align on a car?
Eddy Beaupré
Eddy Beaupré 2 oy oldin
What scare me is, if so many visible defect pass QA at the factory, what about less visible ones? Coametic issues won't affect the car useability in the long term, but what about over/under tork bolts, or misaligned composants in more critical parts ou the vehicle? And if your nearest service center is 650km away, fixing theses issues can be a real headache...
StiX 2 oy oldin
Tesla owners are like Apple owners. - There are more people in the Apple store for repairs then there are for buying the product, but people are so into the cult they will overlook all their shortcomings
Excell Puget Sound
Excell Puget Sound 2 oy oldin
The business model of which I am reminded is that of Microsoft windows, where Microsoft continually released software with the expectation that customers were their quality control process and that software issues would addressed over time. It is one of the reasons I chose an Apple. Up to now, I have experienced all these youtube videos as whiney obsessive compulsive early adopters. Your video is making think long and hard about whether I should take possession of the Model Y I ordered.
Pedram Ghahremanloo
Pedram Ghahremanloo 2 oy oldin
Correct! I totally feel you. I have had a list of 12 minor issues on delivery (VIN 15K) - Some of them were taken care of. - I have some noise rattlings that haven't been taken care of yet. - And a minor 1mm dent I gave up on it because of inconsistencies on repair strategies from Service Center and my concern about discoloration. - Three Appointments so far. - Booked one more and I still love the car. I am working to make it right as the car I want. - I will probably buy Tesla again but next time a used car. (Whats the point of new if you have imperfections?) [List of issues: 1- Panel Gap and Doors alignment, 2- Rear Light Alignment, 3- Rattling Drum-kit Noise on rear seats/or/trunk ? (They haven't fixed it on previous appointment) 4- 1mm dent on door, 5- Condensation in Rear Light, 6- Scratch on Exterior Door Trim, 7- Coat Hanger issue, 8- Air Bubbles in the Mirror, 9- Rattling Seat Belt, 10- Scratch on Clear Coat on Frunk Lid, 11- Dirty Interior Trims 12- Dead pixel on backup camera] - Did not decline cause - (1) I did not want to wait for another 2-3 months - (2) No guarantee the replacement had no issues as you said - (3) I did not notice all these issues on a hot sunny pickup day in front of factory. I just wish this part of the process end, and I don't need to visit Service Center anymore during this pandemic.
Richard Piper
Richard Piper 2 oy oldin
Tesla needs to really focus on their quality deficiencies if they are to meet their long term ambitions. There is too much inconsistency which is going to start stalling sales once they need to sell beyond early adopters. They will not make progress in Europe until they can at least start to get close to VW, Audi, BMW and Mercedes Benz standards. Hopefully the Berlin produced cars will prove a turning point.
DEEREMEYER1 2 oy oldin
Why should they go away? Teslatards keep putting up with the "issues" and worshlpping at the altar of Elon The Icon.
Ken Ing
Ken Ing 2 oy oldin
By the way the model y it's a sports coupe not a SUV and you're wasting your time those who have drunk Tesla's Kool-Aid cannot be persuaded
United Federation of KFC
United Federation of KFC 2 oy oldin
If cars sold at 15 to 20k have excellent quality Tesla has no excuse.
littleAZN248 2 oy oldin
As the owner of a model 3 I love the cars tech but the build quality and part quality is laughable. Coming from an SQ5 which is in the same price class ($65k), the model 3 does disappoint. However, once you start driving all that stuff fades away. I do question my model 3’s longevity though.
SpAceX Fan
SpAceX Fan 2 oy oldin
If another car company sold the same technology just think how much it would cost.
Matej Hećimović
Matej Hećimović 2 oy oldin
It would literally make me crazy... few years old car is in beter condition... 😔
dave mitchell
dave mitchell 2 oy oldin
How you telsa owner guys put up with this rubbish is beyond me ..seriously !
dave mitchell
dave mitchell 2 oy oldin
if you've got shit quality on the outside you can see...whats hidden that you cant !
Anthony HT
Anthony HT 2 oy oldin
I guess Tesla buyers are accepting this load of troubles because the competition isn't nowhere near to offer such a good product as the Model Y for the price, but when that changes, sympathy might disappears.
Arcus Puffious
Arcus Puffious 2 oy oldin
If I’m buys my a Premium Product then I expect a Quality Product. After watching videos for a day For I have decided not to buy a Tesla. Just think about those people who are buying a “pre-owned” Tesla!! This might be outrageous!! Yes the performance might be amazing but as you drive the panels might fall off while driving. If I’m paying 60 to 80k then I’m not going to settle for less...it’s my MONEY.
Rick Lyon
Rick Lyon 2 oy oldin
I don't think I could spend $50k+ on a brand new car and have so many QA issues. It's almost insulting that they weren't caught and fixed prior to to leaving the factory.
Gurvinder Parmar
Gurvinder Parmar 2 oy oldin
I cancelled my Model Y order after seeing so many videos of issues...it's ridiculous that they haven't fixed the QA issues. How the hell they can give a UZpostr a new car and not even make sure it's in perfect shape it insane.
Gerard Trigo
Gerard Trigo 2 oy oldin
welcome to the way all cars were until the late 80's, When I bought my first new car in 1966, I was considered lucky to only have to visit the dealership 4 times for warranty repairs. All were minor and all except one were trim, leak and a short in the cigarette lighter. I have not had to return a car for warranty work purchased after 1990. Hopefully Tesla will get its act together soon.
HansensUniverse 2 oy oldin
But yet there is always people lining up to buy this garbage.
Fast Minion
Fast Minion 2 oy oldin
We went in to test drive the Model 3 and placed an order right after. Went home and thought it over and decided we might want the Model Y since we are a family of 4, and the Y would be more useful. Called my sales rep and told him we are thinking of switching our order from the Model 3 to the Model Y. He said to me "remember all the issues the Model 3 has when it first came out? Model Y will have similar issues." In the end we stuck with the Model 3, took delivery on June 30 (the last day that comes with free 1 year Supercharging). Haven't found one single issue with it.
Daniel Jensen
Daniel Jensen 2 oy oldin
Yeah, no one would tolerate this BS from any other manufacturer.
Kelly Maddy
Kelly Maddy 2 oy oldin
Love my car but my experience with Tesla service has been awful at addressing paint and delivery issues. Fucking Christ yo.....fix your shit!
Megi Z
Megi Z 2 oy oldin
Now people will understand why German cars are expensive.
WolfpacK 2 oy oldin
Tesla Quality control make Chrysler look like the best quality control in the world.😂
Anoop Bains
Anoop Bains 2 oy oldin
will we buy a Merc, Lexus with these defects - NO No body knows if they are messing up the batteries
Michel Vereeken
Michel Vereeken 2 oy oldin
This is fantastic. You spend 70+k USD (or 120k€ in Belgium) and you get quality control reminiscent of East Block cars in the 70's ; but they at least drove 400 miles on a full tank of gas. From a psychological point of view I am wondering why we defend the undefendable. I would not accept this quality on a BMW half the price. Whatever the answer is, friend Elon is a master marketeer!
Andrew Kris
Andrew Kris 2 oy oldin
I am on my second Tesla Model S and ready to order a Model Y when it comes to Europe. I am hoping that assembly in Germany will bring with it a different attitude to Quality and that the European Model Y will benefit. In my view Tesla has just three years before competing products reach much of Tesla’s functionality and its current competitive advantage will begin to diminish - so Tesla- you have three years to become a real quality car producer - but I guess Tesla you understand all this well.
Michael Tanghe
Michael Tanghe 2 oy oldin
I'm in europe and have six vehicles including a Skoda estate (all the others are scooters or motorcycles). Skoda has been nigh on perfect. Imagine if i had to spend so much time on warranty problems with every one of them?? I know TESLA sounds like brandporn (soon they will be able to charge for hearing the sound of the brand name) and people are willing to suck up nearly everything, but how long will this last?
Keeping It Real
Keeping It Real 2 oy oldin
Ford and Chrysler were renowned for bad QC just a few years ago and it was a war of attrition to get them to fix issues
Mohammed Shaikh
Mohammed Shaikh 2 oy oldin
I’m going to have my Tesla y next Month
Mohammed Shaikh
Mohammed Shaikh 2 oy oldin
Ryan Shaw Let’s see how it’s go but I really learned from your video so many things for Tesla y thank you for educating us
Ryan Shaw
Ryan Shaw 2 oy oldin
Awesome! I hope it turns out well!
Danq 2 oy oldin
Ditch Tesla and get a Polestar 2.
Danq 2 oy oldin
Tesla owners sometimes just blow my mind with the goodwill and fanboyism they have. Even the cheaper "normal" brands have better QC than this. Tesla having these issues is ridiculous. Mark my words, VOLVO and other brands will take over Tesla in a few years. The Polestar 2 has already been deemed superior to Model 3 for example by many - just see the reviews. Superior quality, design and at least same level tech - if not better.
Boots Whitlock
Boots Whitlock 2 oy oldin
Looking forward to the hunt for issues when I finally get myself a Tesla
Spy Cam
Spy Cam 2 oy oldin
The car is shit. Just admit it.
Dan GR
Dan GR 2 oy oldin
I talked to m3 owner last month, I asked him about the car his answer was "nightmare" Now I now why!😄
G-Force 2 oy oldin
So the real concern is if these quality issues are also on Space X vehicles. Something NASA and USAF should investigate. There seems to be a philosophy of not caring about quality if there is no improvement over time, which is a big problem when can’t pull over.
Fanaticvandal 2 oy oldin
They are innovating on so many fronts it can't be easy to focus on all details, but they need to nip this in the bud, Elon should take on Sandy Munroe for a couple of years to assist
G-Force 2 oy oldin
This was the reason I left the GM stable for Toyota/Honda. I would have a hard time dealing with this as there is no service center in my state. It has kept me from buying a Model Y as much as I want one.
G-Force 2 oy oldin
Elon needs to trek to Japan, learn about Kaizen and hire the Toyota quality guys.
- JPL -
- JPL - 2 oy oldin
Tesla is still very compelling on so many levels that will keep the sales going but as the big boys come along with real comparative models, Tesla is going to have to turn this around. Most notably, when the Mustang Mach E comes along offering much of the same specs around the same price in arguably a more stylish package (to model Y) plus conventional controls inside. All with the quality control legacy automakers adhere to.
KrazyKrzysztof 2 oy oldin
I'd expect these problems on my shitty 15k honda not a overpriced Tesla
Will Robinson
Will Robinson 2 oy oldin
I wonder how many of these people who've had a bad experience (but still love the care) came from a luxury car - specifically a non-entry level luxury car. Would a former x3/x5 or glc/gle owner put up with this level of low quality? If you came from a $20K used Kia/Honda, I'm sure the tech seems awesome. The tech in a Tesla is not ahead of Mercedes/BMW. FSD is vaporware so let's not pretend it's amazing tech.
all these issues are just people at the factory being lazy and not caring
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