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    Tesla service center los angeles

    Tesla service center los angeles

    Vote Up 12 -5 Vote Down Reply. One was a trolley project, though. Vote Up 1 -3 Vote Down Reply. I am willing to be that there are far more Tesla on the road in California than Prius in Minnesota. I just hear that Michigan is supposed to have one of the highest insurance rates in the country due to no limits on medical expenses.

    Tesla service center los angeles

    Tesla service center los angeles

    Tesla service center los angeles

    Tesla service center los angeles

    Tesla service center los angeles

    Tesla LA Club unveils Los Angeles' largest Tesla Service Center through scavenger hunt

    There was once a time when picking up a new Tesla was a momentous event. Deliveries occurred at a relaxed pace. When you arrived at your local Service Center to pick up your new car, you would be treated to hours of walk-through and demonstration.

    A few months ago, the norm changed. A Tesla employee would walk new owners through the features of their new car at a time. Today, deliveries often happen during minute windows to inspect the car and ask questions. Musk is now trying to reduce some aspects of the process to the press of a button. In June, Tesla delivered 3 times the volume in the U. Speeding up the delivery process has been essential.

    Tesla service center los angeles

    So it is no surprise that some owners are seeing much longer delays than they had in the past. His Model X door would sometimes refuse to open or would open at random, including once while driving on the highway.

    A Tesla service agent told him an appointment would be needed but that it might take several weeks. Having a quick check of Tesla Motors Club, and social media does seem to suggest an increased number of service delays. Several owners have complained of having to schedule service weeks ahead of time. Occasionally vehicles are held for weeks while waiting for replacement parts. When the time for service comes, owners are also bothered to find an ICE loaner waiting for them rather than a Tesla as was the case in the past.

    Tesla service center los angeles

    But it is not difficult to find similar complaints going back several years. To be clear, this is not happening to everyone. For every horror story, there is usually a counterpoint presented of a smooth service experience.

    But the number of Tesla vehicles on the road is only going to continue to grow. So Tesla will need to make moves to alleviate strain on their Service Centers. Keeping parts in stock at all times will also mitigate delays or slow repair work. Separating delivery locations from Service Centers could make a big difference as well. Having more large, regional locations that focus only on deliveries would reduce a lot of strain on Service Centers.

    Do you have a Model S, X, or 3? Have you noticed any significant change in the turnaround time when taking your car in for service? Let us know in the comment section below. This is hype or it is localized to SoCal. I have no issues with either of my Tesla vehicles in Minnesota. There were some long time Tesla owners complaining as well.

    Tesla service center los angeles

    Wade, Your headline makes it looks like Tesla service has long waits, when the subject is deliveries. Are you equating the two? I ask, because service for new cars implies an unscheduled visit. Sort of confusing, and somewhat to the detriment of Tesla unintended, I gather. The original LA Times article focuses on service or repair of any kind and that is what the article I wrote is addressing. However, just to lay the stage I wanted to show how thousands more vehicles were now being delivered every month.

    So Tesla altered their delivery process to adjust to the new normal of much higher deliveries. Since cars are delivered in most cases at Service Centers as well, it seems to sometimes impact the speed at which Tesla can provide service on existing vehicles. Not always, of course. The LA Times article paints a much more negative picture than I observed combing the net. Tesla will need to adjust to fit the new normal of WAY more Teslas on the road going forward. Right now Tesla is going from a small automaker to a much larger one.

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