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- Jul 3, 2021
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- Model Y
Funny that you picked out that and skipped the next portion. No goal post were moved, you just didn't read it.Also, I love how you pirouette from
You apparently realized how untenable your original comment was so now you are trying to move the goalposts and inject claims that other people didn’t make.
I've owned many cars and Teslas, all 3 I've owned and the 7 or 8 others I've been in, have rattles. I dislike them, so I typically fix them. They are much worse in the 3/Y than the S, but none are quiet cars...The S makes noises when the air suspension changes, the windows go up and down, there's body flex from driving off a curb. They don't have the absolute quietness of a Mercedes or even a BMW, but they never advertised that they did.
I would caution using Youtube videos as a source since the content creators have ulterior motives - clicks. Any video with 'Tesla' in the title will get a lot of looks.. and if it is negative, it will get even more. 2 years with my M3P and it has been quite good. Not one warranty repair needed.Below are twenty videos posted about rattle problems with the Model 3 or Model Y.
These videos all were posted within the last year and there are actually more than this, so these "complaints are (Not) very old" at all.
It's great that in your ownership you're having no such issues, but I wouldn't assume that all other ownership experiences are exactly like your own.
NVH prevention measures do not need to be totally re-invented with each new model, as Tesla has had time to gain some real experience with it by now. My previous post was expressing hope that Tesla will thoroughly test their NVH mitigation measures as much as possible in the Cybertruck prior to production ramp up.
If one has the attitude that Tesla should leave it up to the early buyers to find such defects and rattles, then they should not be working at Tesla. Of course a small number of issues may elude pre-production testing, which is why I emphasized hope for thorough testing before production ramp in the first place. The aim is to mitigate or keep such issues away from the owner experience as much as possible.
No. You cited Mercedes and BMW warranty cost vs. Teslas and claimed that Tesla is better made. That's a ridiculous leap. It's not...I said it shouldn't be expected in my first post.I NEVER CLAIMED THIS.
This is your strawman, you built with a torch in your other hand.
What is your source for this idea that it is a large percentage?So if a large % of Tesla owners are reporting it, it's still anecdotal. What makes it not? If the media reports it?
Owner's stories. Rejects. SC employees and Mobile Techs that post.What is your source for this idea that it is a large percentage?
The media loves to take anecdotes and blow them up. Or are you suggesting there are rampant fire issues with the Rivian now? Because the media reported that one Rivian fire.
WHAT PERCENTAGE!!!???!!Owner's stories. Rejects. SC employees and Mobile Techs that post.
Right.What in the fuck are you even about?
I get that you love arguing, but this is just trash.
You don't think it's confrontational and completely out of context to think I was referring to something you said?You know that when I was confused by your first post you could have said “I screwed up the attribution” right?
Try it sometime.
So I assume both of you caution against viewing or using Sandy Munro and Tesla for references as well, since they have Youtube channels.I would caution using Youtube videos as a source since the content creators have ulterior motives - clicks. Any video with 'Tesla' in the title will get a lot of looks.. and if it is negative, it will get even more. 2 years with my M3P and it has been quite good. Not one warranty repair needed.