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Our Tesla Model S P85D Breaks—Before Testing

Consumer Reports paid $127,000 for a Tesla Model S P85D but the door handle malfunctioned not long after the car arrived at our Connecticut test track. It's an issue that has ...

Consumer Reports paid $127,000 for a Tesla Model S P85D but the door handle malfunctioned not long after the car arrived at our Connecticut test track. It's an issue that has surfaced in our reliability surveys. But Tesla makes house calls.


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