Temporary Gremlins- 2016 Tesla Model X Long-Term Road Test

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edited August 2016 in Tesla
imageTemporary Gremlins- 2016 Tesla Model X Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds conducts a long-term test of a 2016 Tesla Model X and observes temporary issues with its articulating doors and central touchscreen.

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  • mercedesfanmercedesfan Member Posts: 365
    Welcome to Tesla ownership, haha! I still love driving my Model S, but it has been hands down the least reliable car I've ever owned in my life by a massive margin. There is literally almost never a time that something isn't malfunctioning at least a little bit. I kinda can't wait for Audi and MB to roll out there full BEVs. An electric car works great for my daily commuting needs and I've grown to love the immediate torque, but I'm not sure I ever want to own another Tesla.
  • ralphhightowerralphhightower Member Posts: 11
    Oh, they'll fix that with a software update///
  • allthingshondaallthingshonda Member Posts: 878
    If any legacy automaker had the same problems as Tesla they would be going out of business. Imagine if your Honda Accord or Ford F-150 had the same glitches as Tesla. Edmunds has had quite a few vehicles with power liftgates, don't remember one failing to close when commanded.
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