Model X

Replacing Model X90D

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  • edited February 2019
    @epikula I agree 100% will only buy ev and only Tesla Love my S and that is why I am getting another one
  • edited February 2019
    Wishing you the best @nipper2.

    Hope your using EV.CPO.com and Teslacpo.io as well as Telsa.com. I like EV.cpo simple feature listing boxes on right hand side of screen. And TeslaCPO.io gives you price history even if removed and relisted.

    I saw a pretty good X 90D just now. Six seater and ultra white if that's your thing. Be nice if it dropped a couple more thousand dollars. https://www.tesla.com/used/5YJXCBE25GF006495?share=y&redirect=no

    Just re-looked and you said X 100D so oops on my part, but nonetheless if one can find a 90 in excellent condition for around 60 and have it loaded...its pretty nice. Was interesting we just got plates and registration forwarded from Tesla and the List Price on the registration states List Price $114,950.00......paid only $59,900.00 with XPEL and tint.
  • edited March 2019
    @ dmm1240 I have a 10/17 100D 7 seater.

    1) refresh - not for a few more years. I'd agree Tesla does have a credibility problem with respect to transparency but the mission of the company is clear (Transition to a more sustainable future). That mission is totally inconsistent with traditional car manufacturing. Forget about the annual refresh done like fashion design. The MX is not suffering from lack of futuristic design - it still looks, feels and drives like our own personal rocket ship.

    2) yes - If they offered an MX without the FWDs for $10k less I'd buy that. But they don't. I feel the FWDs are functional, but a novelty. I'm a designer by profession, and appreciate the solution to the problem (mini van sliding doors are a worse design solution than FWDs are). But I don't have kids getting in and out of the back seat on a daily basis. If I did I might be in love with them.

    3) I doubt you'll fit it all. Unless the 6 folding chairs are really efficient in folded space consumption. If some of the seats could fit in the below deck storage area I could see 6 seats and a reasonable sized cooler fitting. If these fit in it might work. Just not sure if these are too long to fit below?

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    The only storage you are giving up with the 7 vs 5 seater is the below deck bin where the folded back row resides. The 6 seater is a better option for 6 adults. There's more leg room for the adults in the third row as they can stretch their legs between the non-bench middle row. But you give up the flat deck of the 7 seater. Which is an amazing amount of storage.
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  • edited July 2019
    I'd keep the car you got. You already said you liked it. Anyways, here are me reasons:

    1. Money you will lose from depreciaton, interest, registration will prob outweigh any savings you get trading to 100D. Buy some more Tesla stock instead?

    2. I know you didn't mention it, but really mileage between 100 and 90, although obviously there is, is also negligible in the day-to-day use.

    3. I have a 6 seater, so I can't really say about 5 or 7. It does cost way more and btw my kids really want an arm rests, but none of the configs have that. If you really need to carry 6 people with luggage, get a suburban. Why would you want to pack 6 people and their stuff in you 100+K car? I'd rather drive solo then have to squeeze in.

    4. There's always something else coming thru. So after a 1 or 2 years, I'm sure Tesla will have changed loads of stuff that can't be upgraded. That's the nature of the beast

    5. You will lose your free super charging, unless you buy used.

    6. No one else will care if you upgrade. I realize that you are all that matters, but really it's more of a personal choice. If your the type that can't sleep knowing one of your rims is scratched, then maybe that makes sense. Peace of mind is important. Otherwise who cares.
  • edited July 2019
    I would buy another Tesla, Zero issues. Some people want a perfect vehicle That is fiction no such thing.
    No vehicle is PERFECT
  • Model 3 RWD SR+ home charging, Toronto Canada
    From Oakville, Ontario Canada. Ordered model 3 rwd SR+. Getting installed 14-50 Nema outlet in the garage. My circuit breaker box is in the basement wall that is on the opposite side of the garage. So need to run 6awg copper wire from basement to garage upstairs about 30 ft run. I have two options, either drill out of basement and run the wire from outside the house and then drill back into garage or cut through basement ceiling, drywall and run along joist ( my basement is finished) to reach garage. And it's not just a straight up run, garage is opposite side of the house from circuit breaker. The wire my electrician suggested is almost 1 inch diameter. Appreciate any tips or advise, thank you
  • edited July 2019
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  • edited July 2019
    I am thinking about the same but my reason to upgrade is due to now availability of FSD which mine 2016 Autopilot 1 version do not have.Also if I buy again than downsize to 5 seater as my kids are grown up and have their own Tesla.I drove my son's Model 3 and love the feature of FSD on highways and it will be soon coming up for city drive as well.Unfortunately my Model X can not have FSD as it has autopilot 1 version.
  • edited November -1
    Thanks for the responses, guys and gals.

    @ Weston

    1. I'm not experiencing significant range degradation, get around 225-230 miles when I charge 100% for a trip.
    2. As for the seat configuration, packing a lot of people into one car is the point for certain activities. Evidently, you're not a college football fan. Socializing is a major point of the whole thing. Six to eight times a year, we meet up with several other couples to go to games. Tailgating is an elaborate deal in the SEC and it requires a lot of stuff to do it. Parking is also expensive. The lot we use close to the stadium costs $30 per game to park. What's $30? It's $180-$240 more if you take two cars instead of one. For our group, it would be ideal, due to personalities and logistics, if we could take six. The trip to the games is ~2 hours in heavy traffic and there is always heavy traffic when 90,000+ try to cram into a town with an everyday population of 50k. To pull it off, you need 6 chairs to sit out in, a couple of coolers filled with drinks and food, more food, chairs to sit in, tables to put out the feast, room for raincoats, umbrellas, binoculars, hats, all that stuff. I can make it there and back on one charge in the 90D, and there is supercharger station in the town we travel to if it becomes necessary. So, I have to weigh comfort with the six seat configuration against the flexibility of the 7 seat configuration to be able to cram more gear into the car.

    As for range, another trip we make often is a tweener for the 90D. It's just far enough that we have to stop at superchargers three times on the trip. One supercharger is poorly located in a rough part of Macon Georgia. Then you have a 325 mile stretch to reach destination. The second stop is 10 miles out of the way back up I-95 @ the Savannah airport. The third is at a welcome center in Kingsland, GA because you want some juice to run around on in Fernandino Beach when you arrive. Tesla plans to add a new supercharger 2/3 of the way between Macon and Savannah which would help greatly, but it will be right at the comfortable range limit for the 90D. If I had the 325 mile rated range of the Raven it would cut three stops down to two. A 390 mile range 100D, as rumored would cut it down to 1 stop. I would love to cut out two stops.

    The second trip we take all the time to visit family is 242 miles door to door, just past the real range of the 90D, that means a stop to recharge. The relatives we visit have a 220v outlet in their garage they installed just to accommodate me. So, the Raven fits the bill here, a new longer range version would be even better.

    On top of that, when I purchased the 90D full autonomous driving was out there in the future somewhere so I bought enhanced autopilot for $5,000. My 90D came with the 2.5 motherboard, but I don't get full advantage of even that because I don't have full autopilot. Now that true FSD driving is in sight, I have an issue because Tesla wants $6,000 to upgrade. That would come to $11,000 for a feature others are paying $6,000 for in a new one. Plus, and while this is a "nice but not necessary" addition, Tesla is throwing in free Ludicrous mode if you trade in your X to them instead of selling elsewhere.

    Another consideration is getting rid of the shudder problem. It's not bad on mine but it's there. From talking with my service center guys, they're waiting for a permanent fix but it's starting to be waiting for Godot. I'm pretty sure having the new suspension would put that issue in the rearview mirror.

    So, I'm weighing all this against the value lost to get it. Just wanted to get others' opinions on the 6-7 seat configurations and so forth as I try to determine what to do.

    Oh, and Musk said yesterday no major "refresh" is not in the cards. He insists there will be continuous minor improvements. If you're not ready to roll out a major redo until later in a given year, the last thing you want is for word to get out tanking sales in the meantime as everyone waits for the newer thing. In that case, you hedge and fudge until you're ready for the big unveil. Or, Musk could be shooting straight. Who knows?
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  • edited September 2019
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  • edited December 2019
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