Tesla Inc. vehicles scored the worst among major auto makers in a closely watched survey of customers by researcher J.D. Power.
Tesla vehicles, in their first time appearing in the survey, were found to have 250 problems per 100 vehicles compared with an industry average this year of 166 problems, according to the annual Initial Quality Study released Wednesday.
The second-worst-performing brand, Land Rover—owned by Tata Motors of India—had 228 problems per 100 vehicles, the car-rating company said.
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