During the Great Recession, a few desperate automakers offered two cars for the price of one.
That’s a lot better deal than what Tesla gave some recent customers: one car for the price of two.
CNBC spoke with at least five customers who said Tesla not only double charged their bank accounts but also gave them a “frustrating runaround” when they tried to get refunded for the extra amount.
The overcharges ranged from $37,000 for a base Model 3 to $71,000 for a loaded Model Y, CNBC said.
One of the customers said he spent an entire day trying to