LarsL skrev: Tesla Joni skrev:
LarsL skrev:Vi har ju haft ett antal ”troll” här nu på senare tid som hellre än att ta saker den officiella vägen eller genom rättsliga myndigheter väljer att basunera ut sina klagomål i någon slags tro att det kommer hjälpa dem.
I detta fall med lacken så hade jag helt enkelt lämnat in en stämning där jag kräver rimligt ersättning, 9m nu inte Tesla lyssnar på mig. Sedan när jag presenterat mitt rimliga krav med bevis och de rättsliga grunderna så kan min advokat förhandla fram ett avtal med Tesla, det sker i princip alltid. Annars går man vidare till domstol. Efter det om man inte får rätt där så kanske jag skulle börja gnälla offentligt. Men det finns absolut ingen poäng med att skäms ut sin motpart innan förhandlingarna det gör det bara svårare att komma överens.
Men trolls? I hope you are not meaning me? Why should i troll if i have 84.000 € car which paint won't last 4 weeks? https://www.bytbil.com/nyheter/larmet-r ... el-3-19711
Yes, you are one of them.
If you would have been interested in solving the situation you would have done that in a completely different way. See my tip above! This is the way to solve problems not by jumping around in media.
Did you know that we tried to address the issues with Tesla & with FCCA before we went to public? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnish_C ... _Authority
They were just arrogant & said it is normal for 23 people after that --> we went to everywhere.Here is our global complaint. https://nonono.com/case/tesla-group-com ... savolainen
We are two Tesla owners, Joni from Finland and Roger-Pierre from Canada. We were really excited to become Tesla owners and we really loved our cars.
However, there are two deeply concerning issues that we want to address:
1. We are not satisfied with the quality of the paint on Model 3
2. We are also not satisfied with how Tesla treats their customers who have paid a lot of money for its cars
It is clear that the quality of the Tesla Model 3 paint is not up to standards. The paint started to wear out from both of our cars soon after the handover.
The problems with Roger-Pierre’s car were remarkably visible only after 12,000 miles. The paint had worn out in large chunks.
It was even worse with Joni’s car. Several issues with the paint were already discovered during the handover. There were various traces of paint and debris under the paint and several scratches were also found.
However the problem soon became a lot worse. Incredibly, the wear and tear could be easily noticed in several places only after 1,300 miles! The paint started to wear off from the rocker panels, front fenders, rear fenders, and both front doors.
We have documented all the problems in detail with photos and videos. We have reached out to Tesla, but Tesla refuses to be held accountable.
Evidently, Tesla is claiming these issues are not within its warranty.
We find this disrespectful towards customers.
Tesla is claiming the owners should have realized to protect their cars with mudguards and paint protection film. If this was the case, why didn’t Tesla advise Model 3 owners about this in advance?
And even if Tesla had warned Model 3 owners in advance, it doesn’t change the fact that the paint on Model 3 is far inferior compared to any other manufacturers’ cars. Other manufacturers’ cars don’t get damaged after only a couple of thousand miles, even if there are no mudguards or other protection.
The difference in quality between a regular paint quality and Model 3 paint quality is so obvious that it is unbelievable how Tesla is refusing to admit these issues are due to its poor production quality.
Seriously - paint wearing out after 1300 miles is normal wear and tear?
If the paint starts to wear out in normal use after only a couple of thousand miles, then there is clearly something fundamentally wrong in its production line and Tesla needs to take responsibility.
We contacted the Consumer Authoritites in Finland and and I Canada but Tesla still refused to be held accountable.
Tesla owners in Canada have already sued Tesla and Finnish Tesla owners are planning to follow suit.
We have learned that we are not alone with these issues. We have a list of more than 160 Model 3 owners and we have read complaints from hundreds of others.
We feel Tesla should be held accountable. Tesla should pay the costs of fixing these issues.
That is why we are inviting all Tesla Model 3 owners who are not happy with their Model 3 paint to join this group complaint.
We also invite you to join our Facebook Group “Model 3 owners worldwide with paint issues” complete link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/359891901375063/
for further discussion.
Let’s hope Tesla will come to its senses and fix the issues