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Tesla Model X

2018
  • Road Test
  • Predicted Reliability
  • Predicted Owner Satisfaction
The electric-powered Model X is more showy than practical. It features rear doors that open up and out of the way, giving easy access to the second-row seats. But these massive doors take their time to open and close. The huge windshield extends up and over the front-seat occupants, making the cabin feel airy and futuristic. Buyers can opt for a five-, six-, or seven-passenger seating configuration, but unlike in every other SUV, the second row doesn't fold if you have the two captain's chairs, which compromises utility. Getting into the third-row is complicated by having to motor the middle seats forward, but at least the resulting entry path is decently sized. Like the S, the Model X is very quick and handles well. But ride comfort and noise isolation aren't as good as in the S. The 90-kWh version we tested had a realistic 230-mile range.
All Ratings & Reliability
2016-2017
2016 Redesign Year
Tesla Model X 2017
The electric-powered Model X is more showy than practical. It features rear doors that open up and out of the way, giving easy access to the rear seats. But these massive doors take their time to open and close. The huge windshield extends up and over the front-seat occupants, making the cabin feel airy and futuristic. Buyers can opt for five-, six-, or seven-passenger seating configurations, but unlike every other SUV, the second row doesn't fold, which compromises utility. Like the S, the Model X is very quick and handles well. Ride comfort and noise isolation aren't as good as in the S, however. The 90-kWh version we tested had a realistic 230-mile range.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2017 N/A N/A
2016 N/A N/A
2014-2015
2014 Redesign Year
Tesla Model X 2015
The electric-powered Model X is more showy than practical. It features rear doors that open up and out of the way, giving easy access to the rear seats. But these massive doors take their time to open and close. The huge windshield extends up and over the front-seat occupants, making the cabin feel airy and futuristic. Buyers can opt for five-, six-, or seven-passenger seating configurations, but unlike every other SUV, the second row doesn't fold, which compromises utility. Like the S, the Model X is very quick and handles well. Ride comfort and noise isolation aren't as good as in the S, however. The 90-kWh version we tested had a realistic 230-mile range.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2015 N/A N/A
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2014 N/A N/A
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