[Staff, 2022-12-02 08:00:00,
The popularity of electric automobiles is increasing every day. In the United States, over 2 million electric vehicles were on the road at end of 2021. Tesla has historically sold the most electric vehicles by a very large margin.
Initially, the first car out of the Tesla stable was the short-lived Roadster; a Lotus Elise-like two-seater that garnered enough accolades to prepare the public for Tesla’s first truly feasible all-electric product, the Tesla Model S. Since 2012, the luxury five-door hatchback has been the brand’s staple. The seven-seat, gull wing Model X and entry-level Model 3 joined it subsequently.
Many consumers are still concerned about pricing, choice, and charging – but those hurdles are disappearing, and President Biden plans to speed up things up with tens of billions in incentives.
Unfortunately, Tesla has tumbled on Consumer Reports’ annual list of most-reliable carmakers, following a rocky year that included a corporate relocation led by CEO Elon Musk, viral reports of cars on fire, and other self-admitted quality control difficulties.
Tesla sales have been going down of late as a result of this but also of increasing competition in the segment.
For most car buyers, dependability is the most important factor.
Consumer Reports named the Tesla Model S, the brand’s current model, the greatest car its testers have ever driven in terms of overall performance – while it’s not in the service station charging, of course.
But, because owner…
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