Of course, Tesla probably doesn’t build its vehicles to the exacting specifications of German luxury models. However, over the years, it has proven that it can make obvious improvements.
The Tesla Model 3 was the Silicon Valley automaker’s first mass-market vehicle, so it has come under close scrutiny. The eyes of almost everyone in the automotive industry finally looked at the car.
There were certainly initial build and fit-up issues with the Model 3, although the car seemed to improve considerably over time. The model 3 rental car in the video is one of the first VIN vehicles. Now he has 60,000 miles on it. Let’s take a look at how he resisted.
Help us by letting us know how your Tesla withstands. Do you have one with lots of miles? Do you think Tesla needs to improve its quality game?
Description of the video via EatSleepDrive on Youtube:
How did this Tesla Model 3 rental last after 60,000 miles?
Much has been said about the build quality of Tesla cars. Specifically, when the Model 3 was released, there were serious concerns about the way these vehicles were assembled. The Model 3 has been out for a few years and some of them, including the video one, already have quite a few miles to go. So how do they hold up well? In this episode, we combed through a VIN Model 3 with 60,000 miles on it to determine how well built they are or not.