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 2017 Tesla Model X 90D AWD

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MSRP: $93,500
Invoice: $0

Gas Mileage:
CTY: N/A    HWY: N/A    CMB: N/A
Engine/Fuel: Electric Motor /Electric
Transmission: Automatic
Door/Body Style: /Sport Utility,4WD Sport Utility Vehicles
Drive Type: All Wheel Drive

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  • General
  • MSRP: $93,500
  • Invoice Price: $0
  • Destination Charge: $0
  • Warranty
  • Basic (Month): 48
  • Basic (Mileage): 50,000
  • Powertrain (Month): 96
  • Powertrain (Mileage): Unlimited
  • Rust (Month):  
  • Rust (Mileage):  

Engine & Emissions

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  • Engines & Emissions
  • Electric Motor
  • Engine
  • Type of Engine: Electric Motor
  • Horsepower @ RPM: 417
  • Torque @ RPM: 485
  • Fuel Type: Electric

Dimensions

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  • Exterior Dimensions
  • Track Front: 65.4
  • Track Rear: 66.9
  • Ground Clearance (in): 5.4
  • Overall Length (in): 198.3
  • Overall Width (in): 81.5
  • Overall Height (in): 66
  • Wheelbase (in): 116.7
  • Interior Dimensions
  • Seating capacity - Standard: 5
  • Seating capacity - Standard: 6
  • Seating capacity - Standard: 7
  • Seating Capacity - Maximum: 7
  • Headroom front (in): 41.7
  • Headroom rear (in): 40.9
  • Hip room front (in): 55.6
  • Hip room rear (in): 59
  • Leg room front (in): 41.2
  • Leg room rear (in): 38.4
  • Shoulder room front (in): 60.7
  • Shoulder room rear (in): 56.8
  • Third seat head room (in): 37.1
  • Third seat head room (in):
  • Third seat leg room (in): 32.7
  • Third seat leg room (in):
  • Third seat shoulder room (in): 40
  • Third seat shoulder room (in):
  • Third seat hip room (in):
  • Third seat hip room (in): 38.5

Features

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  • Exterior
    • Black Grille w/Chrome Surround
    • Body-Colored Front Bumper
    • Body-Colored Power w/Tilt Down Heated Auto Dimming Side Mirrors w/Power Folding
    • Body-Colored Rear Bumper
    • Chrome Bodyside Insert and Black Fender Flares
    • Chrome Door Handles
    • Chrome Side Windows Trim
    • Door Auto-Latch
    • Fixed Glass 1st Row Sunroof
    • Fixed Glass 2nd Row Sunroof w/Sunshade
    • Fixed Rear Window w/Defroster
    • Front Windshield -inc: Sun Visor Strip
    • Fully Automatic Projector Beam Led Low/High Beam Daytime Running Auto-Leveling Auto High-Beam Headlamps w/Delay-Off
    • Galvanized Steel/Aluminum Panels
    • LED Brakelights
    • Light Tinted Glass
    • Monotone Paint
    • Perimeter/Approach Lights
    • Power Falcon Wing Rear Doors
    • Power Liftgate Rear Cargo Access
    • Speed Sensitive Rain Detecting Variable Intermittent Wipers
    • Tailgate/Rear Door Lock Included w/Power Door Locks
    • Tires: Front P265/45R20/Rear P275/45R20 AS -inc: Continental CrossContact LX Sport
    • Wheels: 20" x 9" Fr/20" x 10" Silver Alloy
  • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning
    • A/C
    • Climate Control
    • Multi-Zone A/C
    • Rear A/C
  • Entertainment, Communication & Navigation
    • 1 LCD Monitor In The Front
    • AM/FM Stereo
    • Auxiliary Audio Input
    • Bluetooth Connection
    • Hard Disk Drive Media Storage
    • HD Radio
    • MP3 Player
    • Radio: AM/FM/HD/USB w/17" Touchscreen Controls -inc: 9-speaker stereo system, media, communication, cabin and vehicle controls and Bluetooth wireless technology for hands-free calling and streaming music, Supports MP3, AAC, and MP4 music formats
    • Radio w/Seek-Scan, Clock, Aux Audio Input Jack, Steering Wheel Controls, Radio Data System and Internal Memory
    • Real-Time Traffic Display
    • Regular Amplifier
    • Smart Device Integration
    • WiFi Hotspot
    • Window Grid Antenna
  • Sunroof/Moonroof & Removeable/Convertible Top
    • Dual Moonroof
    • Generic Sun/Moonroof
    • Sun/Moonroof
  • Wheels & Tires
    • Aluminum Wheels
    • Tire Pressure Monitor
    • Tires - Front Performance
    • Tires - Rear Performance
  • Windows, Mirrors & Wipers
    • Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror
    • Driver Illuminated Vanity Mirror
    • Driver Vanity Mirror
    • Heated Mirrors
    • Mirror Memory
    • Passenger Illuminated Visor Mirror
    • Passenger Vanity Mirror
    • Power Folding Mirrors
    • Power Mirror(s)
    • Power Windows
    • Rear Defrost

Safety Features

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  • Safety Features
  • ABS And Driveline Traction Control
  • Airbag Occupancy Sensor
  • Back-Up Camera
  • Blind Spot Monitor
  • Blind Spot Sensor
  • Brake Assist
  • Child Safety Locks
  • Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Curtain 1st And 2nd Row Airbags
  • Daytime Running Lights
  • Driver Air Bag
  • Driver And Passenger Knee Airbag and Rear Side-Impact Airbag
  • Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Front Airbags
  • Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-Mounted Side Airbags
  • Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
  • Forward Collision and Rear Collision
  • Front And Rear Parking Sensors
  • Front Camera
  • Front Head Air Bag
  • Front Side Air Bag
  • Headlights-Auto-Leveling
  • Knee Air Bag
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Outboard Front Lap And Shoulder Safety Belts -inc: Rear Center 3 Point and Pretensioners
  • Passenger Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag Sensor
  • Power Rear Child Safety Locks
  • Rear Head Air Bag
  • Rear Side Air Bag
  • Restricted Driving Mode
  • Side Impact Beams
  • Stability Control
  • Tire Specific Low Tire Pressure Warning
  • Traction Control
  • Anti-Theft
  • Keyless Entry
  • Power Door Locks
  • Braking & Traction
  • 4-Wheel Disc Brakes
  • ABS

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    Crash Test Data for 2017 Tesla

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    2017 Model X AWD

     

    Service Bulletins for 2017 Tesla

    2017 TESLA MODEL 3
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-10-003
    On some Model 3 vehicles, a pre-production LH upper trough plug is installed. The pre-production plug is completely functional, however, it does not cosmetically match the grommet on the RH upper trough.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-10-004
    Some Model 3 vehicles might have a crack in the trunk lid paint, that might allow water entry.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-11-006
    Certain Model 3 vehicles have primary body seals that lack slip coat. Raising a window might require additional effort by the regulator motor, and might be falsely identified as a pinch condition.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-13-003
    Certain front seats in Model 3 vehicles might have a reduced adjustment range or might make undesirable noise during use.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-17-004
    While current headlights are adequate, an upgraded version improves upon them. Replace the current headlights with the new version.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-17-011
    Some Model 3 vehicles might have increased resistance at certain ground terminals.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-17-014
    Certain Model 3 vehicles have thermal harness covers that might allow splashed water to ingress into the front body controller module, potentially resulting in diminished connection.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-18-006
    Some Model 3 vehicles were delivered with air in the cooling system.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-18-007
    Some Model 3 vehicles might have coolant pumps that are noisy or make a rattling sound during operation.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-34-001
    Certain Model 3 vehicles equipped with Continental 19 tires with a date code of 1317 might not conform to Tesla's subjective requirements for performance and customer satisfaction.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-44-003
    On some Model 3 vehicles, the charge port does not engage with a Supercharger charge cable, preventing the vehicle from being fast charged. Additionally, when a vehicle is being charged using a Wall Connector, the charge port engages with t
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-11-005
    On some Model 3 vehicles, water might leak inside the motors of both front window motor/regulator assemblies. This might cause the motors to fail and potentially making the front windows inoperable.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-14-001
    On some Model 3 vehicles, the top surface of the Instrument Panel (IP) carrier is prone to premature outlines or stains, such as an object left on the IP carrier in the sunlight. These outlines or stains can be temporarily removed, but can
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-14-002
    On some Model 3 vehicles, the glove box solenoid might have been lubricated with incorrect grease, and might require excessive force to unlatch the glove box.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-15-001
    An improved version of the Model 3 child safety switch in the underhood storage area now features a glow-in-the-dark button instead of a lighted button.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-16-001
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, specific issues with the power conversion system (PCS) might cause the E-fuse to open, leading to the inability to recharge the 12V battery.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-16-001 R1
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, specific issues with the power conversion system (PCS) might prevent contactors from closing or cause the PCS E-fuse circuit to trip, leading to inability to recharge the 12V battery.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-16-001 R2
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, specific issues with the power conversion system (PCS) might prevent contactors from closing or cause the PCS E-fuse circuit to trip, leading to inability to recharge the 12V battery.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-16-004 R1
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, the one-time use bolts that attach the high voltage controller to the penthouse cover were not torqued to Tesla?s internal specification.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-16-005
    Some Model 3 vehicles might have been manufactured without one or both HV battery breathers.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-17-002
    Certain Model 3 vehicles might have increased resistance at ground terminals, and might not provide sufficient signal reference ground at specific connectors.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-17-003
    On some Model 3 vehicles, the solid-wire rear drive unit (RDU) ground strap might transfer motor vibration into the cabin. This might result in customer perception of high motor noise levels.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-18-001
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, the 5-way valve actuator internals might wear prematurely, causing the actuator to become unreliable over time.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-31-002
    On some Model 3 vehicles, at 65 mph (105 km/h) and above, front upper control arm vibration might result in detectable cabin noise.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-31-004
    On some Model 3 vehicles, customers might state that the vehicle ride is too harsh. The ride tuning of early spring and damper assemblies is subjectively more firm than the ride tuning of updated assemblies.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-31-005
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, the front stabilizer bar link ball joint studs might crack at the flange. As a result, the nut that attaches the stabilizer bar might lose torque. This might result in noise coming from the front of vehicle whil
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-32-005
    On some Model 3 vehicles, the steering column control module connector retaining clip may have been reused following repairs. This clip is one-time-use.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-33-001
    On some Model 3 vehicles, the brake booster clevis pin might make a knock or rattle sound when the brakes are used. Vehicle braking is not affected.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-40-001
    An improved version of the Model 3 rear drive unit is now available that meets Tesla's high standards for performance and durability.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-40-002
    On some Model 3 vehicles, one of the bolts that helps to secure the rear drive unit inverter coolant manifold to the inverter housing might not have been installed. Consequently, coolant might leak from the manifold.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-40-003
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, the rear drive unit gearbox fluid might leak into the printed circuit board cavity of the oil pump, causing the vehicle to go into limp mode.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-40-004
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, an issue in the CAN transceiver internal to the drive unit might result in intermittent communication errors, causing the vehicle to go into limp mode or not start.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-40-004 R1
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, an issue in the CAN transceiver internal to the drive unit might result in intermittent communication errors, causing the vehicle to go into limp mode or not start.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-44-001
    On some Model 3 vehicles, an electrostatic discharge might damage the charge port ECU radio transceiver. As a result, an alert displays on the touchscreen, and the charge port door is unable to be opened using the button on a charger handle
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-44-001 R1
    On some Model 3 vehicles, an electrostatic discharge might damage the charge port ECU radio transceiver. As a result, an alert displays on the touchscreen, and the charge port door is unable to be opened using the button on a charger handle
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-44-001 R2
    On some Model 3 vehicles, an electrostatic discharge might damage the charge port ECU radio transceiver. As a result, an alert displays on the touchscreen, and the charge port door is unable to be opened using the button on a charger handle
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-45-002
    On some Model 3 vehicles, the 2nd row floor footwell might make a muffled thud or pop noise when a passenger steps on the affected areas.
    2017 TESLA MODEL S
    Bulletin Number: SB-15-16-003 R1
    It is possible to accidentally break off the aeroshield support tab from the HV Battery. If the tab breaks, the mid aeroshield is not fully supported, reducing the aerodynamic efficiency of the vehicle. The operation of the HV Battery is no
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-10-001
    On some Model S vehicles, the leading edge of the glass roof might be a source of wind noise.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-10-006 R1
    On Model S, the windshield wiper motor bracket might become loose, resulting in a popping or clicking noise during windshield wiper operation.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-13-002
    On some Model S and Model X vehicles, the connection of the hook-and-loop material that secures the seat upholstery to the seat cushion foam might weaken, causing the upholstery to gather and cause wrinkles.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-16-001
    The 100 kWh HV battery on some Model S and Model X vehicles could lead to a no-start condition.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-17-002
    On some vehicles with 2nd generation Autopilot, the forward facing camera pitch (vertical angle) might be out of the specifications required for some future Autopilot features.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-17-002 R1
    On some Model S and Model X vehicles with 2nd generation Autopilot, the forward facing camera pitch (vertical angle) might be out of the specifications required for some future Autopilot features.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-17-002 R2
    On some Model S and Model X vehicles with 2nd generation Autopilot, the forward facing camera pitch (vertical angle) might not conform to internal specifications.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-31-002
    One or both front stabilizer bar links might be improperly torqued, potentially resulting in a knocking sound while traveling over uneven surfaces.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-10-003
    Certain Model 3 vehicles were manufactured with the upper bolt of each rear door lower hinge being longer than necessary. These bolts might rub against the front seat belt retractor spools, leaving a cosmetic mark on the belts. This will no
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-11-005 R1
    On some Model 3 vehicles, water might leak inside the motors of both front window motor/regulator assemblies. This might cause the motors to fail and potentially make the front windows inoperable.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-13-002
    On some Model S base trim 1st row seats, the Huck BOM fastener and pivot bushing used on the front lift links may develop an interactive clearance condition, which might result in a rocking motion in the seat. This does not affect performan
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-16-001 R3
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, specific issues with the power conversion system might prevent contactors from closing or cause the power conversion system E-fuse circuit to open, leading to an inability to recharge the 12V battery.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-40-005
    On certain Model 3 vehicles, the rear drive unit inverter might lose power, causing the vehicle to go into limp mode.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-44-002
    On some Model S and Model X vehicles with charge port part number 1026041-00-M or 1026041-00-N, the charge port insertion guide might prevent the charge port latch from fully engaging. If the charge port latch is not fully engaged, the char
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-50-002
    Certain 2nd generation Universal Mobile Connectors (UMCs) supplied to Tesla vehicles were not screened and might not indicate their status or charge the vehicle.
    2017 TESLA MODEL X
    Bulletin Number: SB-15-16-003 R1
    It is possible to accidentally break off the aeroshield support tab from the HV Battery. If the tab breaks, the mid aeroshield is not fully supported, reducing the aerodynamic efficiency of the vehicle. The operation of the HV Battery is no
    Bulletin Number: SB-16-90-003 R1
    Describes how to retrofit the towing package.
    Bulletin Number: SB-16-90-003 R2
    Describes how to retrofit the towing package.
    Bulletin Number: SB-16-90-003 R3
    Some customers have a due bill for an Accessories Hitch. The Accessories Hitch has been discontinued. In place of the Accessories Hitch, these customers are to receive the Hitch Package, which can be used to attach hitch accessories. These
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-11-001
    Water may enter the door latches or cinching actuators on the rear (Falcon Wing) doors. If the vehicle is then parked outdoors in freezing conditions, the water can freeze, potentially interfering with opening or cinching closed until the v
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-13-002
    On some Model S and Model X vehicles, the connection of the hook-and-loop material that secures the seat upholstery to the seat cushion foam might weaken, causing the upholstery to gather and cause wrinkles.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-13-005 R1
    On some Model S and Model X 1st row seats, the Huck BOM fastener and pivot bushing used on the front lift links may develop an interactive clearance condition, which might result in a rocking motion in the seat. This does not affect perform
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-15-003
    Some 5-seat Model X vehicles do not have the trunk gap hider and brackets installed.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-16-001
    The 100 kWh HV battery on some Model S and Model X vehicles could lead to a no-start condition.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-17-002 R1
    On some Model S and Model X vehicles with 2nd generation Autopilot, the forward facing camera pitch (vertical angle) might be out of the specifications required for some future Autopilot features.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-17-002 R2
    On some Model S and Model X vehicles with 2nd generation Autopilot, the forward facing camera pitch (vertical angle) might not conform to internal specifications.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-20-002 R1
    Under certain conditions, the right hand drive Model X passenger front airbag might not inflate.
    Bulletin Number: SB-17-31-002
    One or both front stabilizer bar links might be improperly torqued, potentially resulting in a knocking sound while traveling over uneven surfaces.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-17-010 R1
    On some Model X vehicles, a plug on the 12V battery was not installed at the factory, or a Service Center installed a replacement 12V battery that lacks the plug.
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-44-002
    On some Model S and Model X vehicles with charge port part number 1026041-00-M or 1026041-00-N, the charge port insertion guide might prevent the charge port latch from fully engaging. If the charge port latch is not fully engaged, the char
    Bulletin Number: SB-18-50-002
    Certain 2nd generation Universal Mobile Connectors (UMCs) supplied to Tesla vehicles were not screened and might not indicate their status or charge the vehicle.

     

    Recalls for 2017 Tesla

    2017 TESLA MODEL X
    NHTSA Campaign ID:SEATS:MID/REAR ASSEMBLY
    Manufacturer:Tesla Motors, Inc.
    Manufacture Dates:10/28/2016 - 09/01/2017
    Potential Units Affected:4582

    Defect Description:

    Tesla, Inc. (Tesla) is recalling certain 2016-2017 Model X vehicles. The left-side, second row, reclining seat backs may not fully latch due to having incorrectly adjusted recliner mechanism cables. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 207, "Seating Systems," and 210, "Seat Belt Assembly Anchorages."

    Consequence:

    If the seat back moves forward in the event of a crash, it can increase the risk of injury.

    Action:

    Tesla will notify owners, and Tesla service technicians will correct the cable adjustment for the left-side, fold-flat, second row, seat recliner mechanism, free of charge. The recall began on November 10, 2017. Owners may contact Tesla customer service at 1-877-798-3752. Tesla's number for this recall is SB-17-13-004.
    2017 TESLA MODEL X
    NHTSA Campaign ID:PARKING BRAKE
    Manufacturer:Tesla Motors, Inc.
    Manufacture Dates:02/23/2016 - 12/24/2016
    Potential Units Affected:31709

    Defect Description:

    Tesla, Inc. (Tesla) is recalling certain 2016 Model S and Model X vehicles. The electric parking brake calipers have an internal gear that may be improperly manufactured, possibly resulting in the gear fracturing during parking brake application or release.

    Consequence:

    If the gear breaks during parking brake release, the vehicle will not be able to be moved. If the gear breaks during parking brake application, the parking brake may not adequately hold the vehicle, potentially resulting in the vehicle rolling, increasing the risk of a crash.

    Action:

    Tesla will notify owners, and service centers will replace the electric parking brake calipers, free of charge. A remedy is currently unavailable. Interim notices informing owners of the safety risk were mailed June 8, 2017. Owners will receive a second notice when the remedy becomes available. Owners may contact Tesla customer service at 1-877-798-3752. Tesla's number for this recall is SB-17-33-002.

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