OSLO – “I’ve had the car for eight months and it ran fine for four days,” says Yngve Solberg, who like many Norwegians is fed up with the slew of problems his Tesla X has given him. Tesla has sold more cars per capita in Norway than any other country in the world thanks to the government’s generous measures in favour of electric cars including tax exemptions, free city tolls and public parking. More than 26,000 Tesla S and X models are registered in Norway, according to the website www.teslastats.no. But Tesla has struggled to provide after-sales support that matches the soaring demand for its high-end electric cars. As a result, Tesla owners in Norway face long waits for repairs, a shortage of spare parts, difficulty reaching customer services, leading — unsurprisingly — to oodles of complaints. In the first half of the year, Tesla became the company with the fourth-highest number of complaints registered with the Norwegian Consumer Council. In 2017, it held the 24th spot. A car enthusiast, Solberg has had a long series of woes with his new Tesla X. Among the problems he has faced were malfunctioning rear doors and a faulty suspension system. And each… Read full this story
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