Tesla Model 3 is among the most popular and lowest priced of Tesla cars. Model 3 has been around for some time now – and has received mixed reviews from users. Tesla has now begun deliveries for the Model 3 car in Germany. This is a crucial market for Tesla because Germany is known for its automobile engineering!
Tesla Model 3’s reaction in Germany is going to be important. Let us take a closer look:
Tesla Model 3: Why Germany Matters
Germany is home to names such as Volkswagen, BMW, Porsche, Daimler and Audi among a number of other car-makers. If there’s one country which knows its automobiles, it has to be Germany! Tesla Model 3 (and almost all Tesla cars) are seen as American brands – and hence hold a special status in the country.
However, when it comes to the top-end and luxury vehicle markets, German cars continue to dominate in the home country. This is going to be a tough market for Tesla to crack.
Tesla Model 3: Common Complaints So Far
If the Tesla Model 3 wants to make an impact on the German markets, these are the key issues it would need to address:
- Delivery delays and mismanaged communication with buyers/potential buyers.
- Sequencing-related absurdities when it comes to deliveries (early buyers sometime wait for a longer duration)
- Missing spoilers and charging cables when the cars are delivered
- Scratched exterior and misaligned parts
- Slow charging speed
If Model 3 manages to get these delivery-related issues fixed, it would indeed get the nod of approval from the German users!