THE AUTO CHANNEL:   TACH Home | Auto News | Reviews | Media | Forums | Classifieds

USED CAR BUYER'S GUIDE


Fuel Economy | Crash Results | Recalls | Service Bulletins | Site Map

SUV    Sedan    Truck    Van    Convertible   Coupe    Wagon   Luxury    Hybrid      CUV
Compar-A-Graphs:    Rank-By-Specs    or  4-Car Comparison
  All Makes | Sedan | Tesla | Model S | 2017


2017 Tesla Model S 60D AWD *Ltd Avail*

SAFETY FEATURES
 
  • Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
  • ABS And Driveline Traction Control
  • Side Impact Beams
  • Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-Mounted Side Airbags
  • Front And Rear Parking Sensors
  • Blind Spot Sensor
  • Forward Collision and Rear Collision
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Tire Specific Low Tire Pressure Warning
  • Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Front Airbags
  • Curtain 1st And 2nd Row Airbags
  • Airbag Occupancy Sensor
  • Driver And Passenger Knee Airbag
  • Restricted Driving Mode
  • Power Rear Child Safety Locks
  • Outboard Front Lap And Shoulder Safety Belts -inc: Rear Center 3 Point and Pretensioners
  • Back-Up Camera
  • Passenger Air Bag
  • Driver Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag Sensor
  • Knee Air Bag
  • Front Side Air Bag
  • Front Head Air Bag
  • Rear Head Air Bag
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Headlights-Auto-Leveling
  • Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Blind Spot Monitor
  • Child Safety Locks
  • Brake Assist
  • Daytime Running Lights
  • Traction Control
  • Stability Control
 
Crash Test Results for the 2017 Tesla Models:
No crash test results exist
 
Service Bulletins for 2017 Tesla Model S 60D AWD *Ltd Avail*
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-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-17-13-002
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 R2
On some Model S and Model X front seats, the forward inboard Huck BOM fastener and pivot bushing (nearest to the center console) used on the front lift links may develop an interactive clearance condition, which might result in a rocking mo

Bulletin Number: SB-17-13-005 R3
On some Model S and Model X front seats, the forward inboard Huck BOM fastener and pivot bushing (nearest to the center console) used on the front lift links may develop an interactive clearance condition, which might result in a rocking mo

Bulletin Number: SB-17-13-005 R3
On some Model S and Model X front seats, the forward inboard Huck BOM fastener and pivot bushing (nearest to the center console) used on the front lift links may develop an interactive clearance condition, which might result in a rocking mo

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-17-16-001
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
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 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-17-17-002 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-17-17-002 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-17-17-002 R3
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-18-10-003
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-18-10-003
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-18-10-003
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-18-11-005 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-18-11-005 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-18-11-005 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-18-13-002
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-18-13-002
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-18-13-002 R1
On some Model S base trim front seats, the forward inboard Huck BOM fastener and pivot bushing (nearest to the center console) used on the front lift links may develop an interactive clearance condition, which might result in a rocking moti

Bulletin Number: SB-18-13-002 R2
On some Model S base trim front seats, the forward inboard Huck BOM fastener and pivot bushing (nearest to the center console) used on the front lift links may develop an interactive clearance condition, which might result in a rocking moti

Bulletin Number: SB-18-13-002 R2
On some Model S base trim front seats, the forward inboard Huck BOM fastener and pivot bushing (nearest to the center console) used on the front lift links may develop an interactive clearance condition, which might result in a rocking moti

Bulletin Number: SB-18-15-006
On some Model X vehicles, incorrect routing of the intrusion sensor wires might result in electrical interference between the intrusion sensor and the intrusion sensor electrical control unit (ECU). The electrical interference causes the ca

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-18-16-001 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: SB1831009
On some Model S vehicles equipped with air suspension, a front-end rattle noise might come from behind the IP carrier when traveling over road transitions. For example, when traveling from driveway to street, or from asphalt to concrete. Th

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-18-40-005
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.

Bulletin Number: SB-19-39-001
During hard acceleration, the driver might notice vibrations coming from the front of some Model S or Model X vehicles.

Bulletin Number: SB-19-39-001
During hard acceleration, the driver might notice vibrations coming from the front of some Model S or Model X vehicles.

Bulletin Number: SB-19-39-001 R2
Older versions of the Model S and Model X LH front drive unit clevis mount contain a bushing that allows the front drive unit to move side-to-side more than expected during hard accelerations, resulting in excessive vibrations coming from t

 
Recalls for 2017 Tesla Model S 60D AWD *Ltd Avail*
No recalls exist.
 
Click to print
 News






Fuel Economy | Crash Results

Compar-A-Graphs:
4 Car Comparison | Rank-by-Specs
THE AUTO CHANNEL: Auto Channel Home | Auto News | Car Reviews | Media Library | Forums | Classifieds