I've had one repair appointment. They guy showed up at the house, was very nice and fixed the piece of loose fender trim on the car. He then asked if there was anything else wrong with the car he could look at. There was a grease spot (looked like grease, anyway) on the passenger side A-pillar. He got that removed and we chatted for a bit. He said that I had one of about 14 Model Ys in the area that he services. This was a while ago so that is definitely not the case any more.Can any current Tesla owner share their repair experience? I have heard some horrible stories about the repair saga, wondering if it's still the same today.
What about fender bender kind of repair? Does Tesla still has parts supply issue?
Good question. And would Tesla sell me (or my repair shop) a new fender? And are there any shop repair manuals for any Tesla models out there yet?What about fender bender kind of repair? Does Tesla still has parts supply issue?
Yes. Though sometimes they'd rather drop off a loaner and take yours, or have you drop it at a service center.Wait...when you need new brakes, they just come to your house and do the work there!?
The service center option gives me pause and it's plus mark in the column for a Ford EV, since Ford has service centers or mechanics just about everywhere that can work on Fort trucks (insert joke here).Yes. Though sometimes they'd rather drop off a loaner and take yours, or have you drop it at a service center.
Body damage isn't as good yet, but complaints about it have died down.
I expect body repairs to a Cybertruck will be horrendous. On one hand it can be welded to easily. On the other, you're talking structural panels exposed... No one will want one cut in half and welded back on, would they?