Tesla might be under fire once again. A customer accuses the carmaker that his 2021 Model 3 wasn’t a nearly-new car but a crashed unit that was fixed and sold to him as a barely driven, almost factory-fresh EV. What’s even more interesting is that he claims he found out about this only because he wanted to replace the sedan with the Model Y crossover.

A Tesla enthusiast owned a 2021 Model 3 SR+ for a little over a year. He recently decided it was time to get a more spacious vehicle, so he started asking around about the Model Y. He wanted to remain in the Tesla family.

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Customer Accuses Tesla Of Selling A Crashed Model 3 As Factory Fresh

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