WORLD MOCKS CLUELESS F*UCKING IDIOTS WHO BUY TESLA’S DEFECTIVE CARS

‘Clueless f****ng idiots!’ Cybertruck owners mocked as vehicle issues mount up

Cybertruck owners have admitted to experiencing a series of issues with their new vehicles after picking them up.

A man who bought Tesla‘s most expensive Cybertruck had to pull over after 35 miles due to a coolant leak, he claimed.

He later discovered that his vehicle, a $119,990 ‘CyberBeast’, was not covered under a coolant leak warranty.

Posting on X, Jason Jones told the Cybertruck Owners Club forum: “The other thing that really frustrates me… is, when I picked it up, […] the truck was very dirty outside and [had] issues inside.

“Charge was 47 percent… I’ve never picked up a new car without a full tank of gas. WTF Tesla?”

Jason's Cybertruck had a coolant leak

Jason’s Cybertruck had a coolant leak (Image: x/cybertruck forum)

A man who bought Tesla‘s most expensive Cybertruck had to pull over after 35 miles due to a coolant leak, he claimed.

He later discovered that his vehicle, a $119,990 ‘CyberBeast’, was not covered under a coolant leak warranty.

Posting on X, Jason Jones told the Cybertruck Owners Club forum: “The other thing that really frustrates me… is, when I picked it up, […] the truck was very dirty outside and [had] issues inside.

“Charge was 47 percent… I’ve never picked up a new car without a full tank of gas. WTF Tesla?”

On the coolant leak, he said: “While supercharging, coolant started pouring out of the rear of the truck.”

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He then ranted about the customer service, saying: “No delivery experience at all. They said ‘It’s over there, let me know if you have any questions.”

Thousands of Cybertrucks were recalled recently due to a fault with the accelerator pedal.

Despite the apparent issues with the vehicle, Reuters reported that Tesla has intentionally blamed thousands of customers for known faults with its cars.

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When Jason’s post about his leak went viral, he eventually got help: “Tesla went above and beyond to fix my truck today and get it back to me this afternoon. Very happy.

But posters on Reddit thought Jason was too forgiving.

One person said in a forum: “These people are absolute clueless f***ing idiots, and they deserve all the bad treatment they get from Tesla.”

Another said: “‘Tesla went above and beyond and I’m very happy,’ says the owner after getting a coolant leak on a new vehicle that he just drove off the lot and TSLA [Tesla] initially refusing service.”

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Tesla Cybertruck owner rants about vehicle leaking coolant after only 35 miles

Adding insult to injury, the new Cybertruck owner reported that Tesla’s customer service staff first told him that ‘Tesla doesn’t cover coolant leaks’ under warranty


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