So, I've had my Model X 6 months now. It's been in the shop a few times, most of the issues have now been worked out. But I am having some annoying cabin noise and I wanted to see if anyone has had the issue. It seems to be coming from a few places:
1. Cheap trim - the trim at the bottom of the driver's side window doesn't seem to be connected too well. I think they are just clipped in. When I press on it, it makes some noises especially towards the front next to the dashboard. The noises seem to come from this piece of trim both next to me and in front. I hear it a bit on the passenger side too.
2. Driver's seat belt connector. This is the part near your shoulder that moves up and down. This thing makes all sorts of noises. I've tried holding it down, moving it up and down, no fix.
I've been also trying to figure out if this is all temperature related. I'm in LA so 55 degree is cold here :) - but yeah, I've been thinking that maybe when it gets into the 70s I get less noise but I've not confirmed this.
The guys at the service center have ridden in the X with me, they've heard it, and tried to fox the noises in the pillar next to me. No luck though. I hear a lot of noise from the seals, and had some driver's door noises which ultimately required the regulator in the door to be replaced.
Anyway, anyone else who's had these issues that can give me some feedback?