Used Tesla Model X for Sale in Tucson, AZ
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Consumer Reviews for the Tesla Model X
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The Model X is a crossover with motorized hatchback and up to three rows of seats, seven in all, built on the frame of the Model S sedan. It is about 2" longer and 10" higher than the Model S. It inherits the battery-powered drive units from the Model S with three all-wheel-drive configurations: 75D, 90D, and P100D. The number indicates the kilowatt hour energy capacity rating of the big battery pack, the D stands for dual motors and the P indicates the super fast performance model. Like the Model S the X is very quick 0-60, leaving all other comparable SUVs far behind. I have the seven seat, 90 kWh option. With the two third row seats folded flat there is a reasonable amount of storage space. There would be more had the second row seats been designed to fold, which they now do in newer versions. The controls and Autopilot systems are inherited from the Model S work quite well, though still in Beta release form. Because of its height the X is much easier to get in and out of than the S, especially the second row via the iconic Falcon Wing Doors. The third row has limited legroom, okay for kids. The self-presenting front doors and spectacular rear doors have sensors to minimize the chance of banging into people or objects. The driver assistance software in my car was supplied by an Israeli company now part of Intel Corp. and is not likely to be further improved. The autopilot software features in current and recent models was developed by Tesla. With 9 cameras, a radar system, 12 ultrasonic sensors and a far more powerful computer than I have, current models promise full self driving capability features as a future option. The windshield rises overhead to provide a spectacular vista for the driver. The rear view mirror in my car is somewhat blocked by the second row middle seat head rest. This is not a problem for taller drivers or the six seat configuration. Newer designs have eliminated this issue. The Model X is a very comfortable car to drive on road trips, although it uses about 15% more energy per mile, depending on speed, than the Model S because it pushes more air and is about 10% heavier. Driving 600 miles a day takes about an hour longer than with the S due to added charging time at the Tesla Superchargers. If the idea of an ultra-safe, super-quick, up to seven passenger car that can park and practically drive itself for $100,000+/- appeals to you, go for it. You will be sporting the Tesla grin every time you get into it. After 3 1/2 years and 28,000 miles, I'm still delighted with the car, not to mention the only things needed at annual service visits are cabin filter, windshield wipers and windshield washer fluid, if you don't take care of those items yourself. The only other routine maintenance that I have done is to buy new tires at 25,000 miles.
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