UPDATE: Tesla says there are some things that aren’t quite right with the claims.
A Milwaukee man is suing electric car maker Tesla after a series of problems his lawyer said make the car a lemon under the law.
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports:
Robert Montgomery paid more than $95,000 to have his white Tesla S delivered to his home from Palo Alto, Calif., in March 2013, but according to his lawsuit, the car has had major troubles — like not starting. He had it towed to service centers in Chicago four times. In all, in was out of service 66 days in the first year.
No shrinking flower, Montgomery’s lawyer, lemon law expert Vince Megna, uploaded a video highlighting some of the problems with the car.
A provision in the sales agreement requires any disputes to be settled by an arbitrator. Megna said that Wisconsin law makes that provision moot by voiding any waiver of rights by a car buyer.
According to the article, problems with the car include, “not starting, not going into drive, recessed door handles that do not emerge when touched, faulty battery coolant pumps, faulty steering wheel controls and several electrical problems.