The long delivery wait times only affect certain provinces in Canada. Some regions show orders placed today can still receive cars in as little as 2-4 weeks. The longest wait times go as far as into June for the Model 3 in six provinces.
The story isn’t much better for the Model Y. British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan are all showing 2-4 week delivery estimates. Buyers in six provinces will have to wait as long as 11 weeks to receive their new cars.
The delays could be a result of a partial shutdown of the Model 3 production line at Fremont last month due to a shortage from a parts supplier. Originally thought to last as long as 2 weeks, production line workers were called back after just a few days off the job.
Buyers eagerly awaiting for their refresh Model S in Canada might have a long wait in store as well. Delivery estimates for both the Long Range and Plaid variants are as long as 10-14 weeks in eastern provinces. If you want to get it sooner you might want to move to B.C. as it is estimated to arrive in as little as 4 weeks.
The refresh Model X currently has no estimated delivery date.
h/t: Sawyer Merritt