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A Tesla owner says he was locked out of his electric car after the battery died — an issue that he says would cost over $20,000 to fix | Autoblog

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Last week, Mario Zelaya posted a TikTok video calling out the issue and it received over 15 million views.  In the TikTok, Zelaya said the battery on his Model S completely died, leaving him unable to get inside the vehicle or even access the ownership documents inside the car in order to sell it. The car also would not respond to a charge, he said.

“This is why you should never buy a Tesla people,” Zelaya said in the video, calling the car a “piece of trash.” He said he bought the car brand new for $140,000 in 2013.

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