Tesla HVAC Mold Noxious Odor Complaints
Lieff Cabraser is investigating complaints from owners and lessees of Tesla vehicles that the HVAC systems in their Tesla Model Y, Tesla Model S, Model 3, and Model X cars emit foul musty odors into the passenger compartment. Tesla drivers report that there appears to be a serious design defect in their vehicles causing mold and mildew to accumulate in the HVAC system, causing extremely unpleasant odors to permeate the vehicles any time the air system is in use.
The alleged HVAC defect in Tesla cars appears to affect vehicles dating as far back as 2012. The model years in question are:
- Tesla Model Y (2020-present)
- Tesla Model S (2012-present)
- Tesla Model 3 (2017-present)
- Tesla Model X (2015-present)
Talk to a Tesla Defect Lawyer Today
If you have experienced odor problems with your Tesla that you think might be related to the vehicle’s passenger-area heating and cooling system, we urge you to contact us today for a free, no obligation review of your potential claim. There is no charge for our review, and the information you provide will help us hold Tesla accountable for any vehicle HVAC system defects.
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