Kayenta Supercharger

edited November -1 in General
Does anyone have an estimate on when the Kayenta, AZ will be operational? Has anyone driven from Blanding to Page without charging?


  • edited May 2018 has the best up-to-date info on all supercharger locations that are permitted, under construction and opened.
  • edited May 2018
    Kayenta AZ was first announced to be operational in 2016. Nothing posted in the last 8 months on its status. Don't plan on it.
  • edited May 2018
    Thanks NoMoPetrol!
  • edited June 2019
    June 2019. Still no Kayenta. WTH.
    I've done Flagstaff to Blanding with an 85 D - had to keep it under 60 mph, but it was august, so a december trip could be dicey.
  • edited January 29
    Kayenta is long overdue. It's a location that will help save many of us significant time and mileage. Every time I drive to or from SW colorado, not having this charging site adds 45 minutes and an extra 63 miles to my trip because I'm forced to go via Gallup, NM instead. It would also allow much easier trips to explore the Navajo Nation and Monument Valley. Anyone know how to make an official Tesla Supercharger request?
  • edited November -1
    I’ve done Page to Blanding. 2012 P85. I don’t recall issues, except rock-on-windshield requiring a fix eventually in TX. Though it might have happened before Page.
  • edited February 27
    I live in Scottsdale and drive my 2015 S 85D to visit my Son in Grand Junction Colorado. Do 100% in Flagstaff then keep it steady at 60 mph and arrive in Blanding with single digit percent of charge left. Their are a couple of emergency stops, Gouldings at the Utah border, Cadillac Ranch at Bluff Utah. Also, you could stop for lunch in Tuba City and charge at the Moenkopi Inn. I have made the trip many times over the past few years and have not needed to top off. Just keep your eye on the remaining charge and be prepared to slow down.
    I totally agree that a Supercharger in Kayenta would make life much easier.
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