Tesla customers continue to lodge safety complaints about numerous aspects of their vehicles. Those who own or lease a 2023 Tesla Model Y should know that several concerns have arisen from other drivers, most of which pertain to electrical system malfunctions and failures. Although the manufacturer has issued two separate safety recalls impacting this make and model so far, they fail to address these concerning electrical system defects.
According to one owner of a 2023 Tesla Model Y, they were traveling along a freeway at 70 miles per hour. Suddenly, the car experienced phantom braking, suddenly and without any warning lights illuminating. This issue happened three more times within a two day period, but no underlying cause or explanation was found. Similar reports of warning lights failing to illuminate or electrical systems misfiring continue to be reported by concerned customers, with no clear solutions in sight.
Call Lemon Law Partners LLP today at (510) 944-0336 to arrange a free case evaluation with a trusted and friendly Berkeley attorney.