According to recent figures, Tesla seems to be out of favor with Norwegian owners.
In the BI Norwegian Business School's annual customer barometer survey, Tesla ranked 51st after satisfaction in all examined industries and 12th among automakers.  The Norwegian Tesla owners gave the company a satisfaction rating of 75.5 in 2019. This is less than the EV manufacturer's 2018 rating of 82.8. A rating of 100 is the best possible rating that a company can receive.
Loyalty remains high for Tesla
However, it is particularly interesting that Tesla owners are declining despite Stay loyal to satisfaction.
In 2019, Tesla had one of the highest loyalty ratings of any company in the Nordic countries. Perhaps Tesla drivers in Norway are more invested in the company's vision than in the product itself.
EV automaker's loyalty rating for 2019 was 81.1, compared to 84.6 in 2018.
The drop in rating may not be audible dramatically, but it was enough to see that the company declined from fourth place in 2018 to 51st place in 2019.
In addition, Tesla did not even reach the top ten of its own automotive industry in 2019 and finished twelfth after satisfaction.
Volvo topped the list of car brands with a satisfaction rating of 84.6. It is a good sign for the upcoming launch of the Polestar 2 from the Volvo subsidiary.
Toyota and Audi followed in second and third place with values of 83.4 and 82.0 3 respectively, which was the most popular car in Norway between January and August 2019. During this time, more than 11,000 of them made it onto the streets.
Despite the popularity of the Model 3, its market entry was hampered by delivery problems. Delays and quality control problems.
In November 2019, the Model 3 lost its "recommended status" from consumer reports due to complaints from the owner about problems with pain, trim and electronics. However, Model 3 has regained Consumer Reports' recommendation after new surveys showed that Tesla had fixed some reliability issues with the car.
Perhaps 2019 was just a temporary slip for Tesla. After the reliability issues of Figure 3 have been resolved, it looks as if Tesla could regain some of its satisfaction in Norway in 2020 . But with the launch of the Polestar 2, Tesla's Model 3 will not remain unchallenged.
HT – Asphalt Tech