As 2023 wrapped up, Tesla took a bit of a hit, with a recall announced that covered almost all new vehicles sold in the U.S., as well as over 200,000 in Canada.

According to Transport Canada, in certain circumstances when Autosteer, Tesla’s autopilot feature, is engaged, the prominence and scope of the feature’s controls may not be sufficient to prevent driver misuse of the advanced driver-assistance feature.

Auto Remarketing Canada reached out to Daniel Ross, senior manager, industry insights and residual value strategy at Canadian Black Book, to get more insight into the road Tesla is on, and whether their niche market is reacting to recent red flags from the automaker.

One of the most recent, of course, is the 2023 sweeping recall.

Interestingly, Ross said although he doesn’t see the recall as ...