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2017 Tesla Model X P100D review

The Tesla Model X P100d is the flagship in the pioneer brand's SUV model range. But for around $300,000 it would want to be good. So how does it stack up in day-to-day running?

2017 Tesla Model X 75D review

At a little over $180,000, you'd expect the Tesla Model X 75D to be near perfect. But, as Paul Maric discovers, that's far from the case...

2017 Tesla Model X review: First drive

The world's fastest and arguably coolest SUV has finally arrived in Australia. We take a closer look.

Tesla Model X Review: First Impressions

Our first look at the new Tesla Model X SUV...

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2017 Tesla Model X Walkaround Preview

Read the full article here. With the first deliveries of the 2017 Tesla Model X due to start at the end of 2016, we decided to head to Tesla and have a quick look at the first car to land in Australia. Pricing starts from $111,900 (plus on-road costs) for the entry-level Model X 60D, which promises over 350 kilometres of driving range, a top speed of 210km/h, all-wheel drive, and a 0-100km/h time of just 6...

2016 Tesla Model X Unveiling : The Doors

Read the review here. At the launch of the new Tesla Model X SUV, the company demonstrated the car's falcon wing doors and gave a few more details about how it operates. In the video above, from the car's official launch, the Model X is wedged tightly between an Audi Q7 and an American Honda Odyssey...

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2014-18 Tesla Model S and Model X recalled in Australia with safety system fault

Tesla has recalled 2508 examples of its Model S sedan and Model X SUV sold in Australia between 2014 and 2018, citing a fault with onboard computer systems that could “increase the risk of an accident”. The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says: “The electronic multi media card may malfunction over time...

New Tesla Model S, Model X orders won't be delivered until 2022

Australian Tesla buyers will not be able to get their hands on a new Model S or Model X until 2022, with the brand's online configurator revealing deliveries of both models are on hold until next year. The electric sedan and SUV had their 2022 facelifts revealed in January 2021, but customers wanting to purchase the current, pre-facelift model have missed the cutoff and will have to wait until 2022...

The 10 quickest cars for sale in Australia in 2021

As it turns out, identifying the quickest cars in Australia for 2021 is not an easy feat. Not only do they need to be available locally, they also need to meet our criterion of completing the 0-100km/h sprint in under three seconds. You may be expecting to see brands such as BMW, Audi and Mercedes, but interestingly, they don't make the cut...

Tesla to recall 12,300 examples of its Model X with interior trim defect – report

Tesla will be advised to recall 12,300 examples of its Model X SUV worldwide, according the German national vehicle authority KBA. The agency claims affected Model X vehicles – which were built from 2015 to 2016 – suffer from a potentially-dangerous defect with the interior roof trimming adhesives, which could lead to components detaching while in operation and block the driver's view of the road...

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Tesla Model X Owner Reviews

2017 Tesla Model X 90d review

Faced with our accountant telling us for two years running that our 20-year old Chauffeur car business with German cars was sending us broke, it forced me into thinking outside the square. A Tesla promised a minimum of ongoing maintenance and rectification costs...

2016 Tesla Model X P90D review

Americans have a real knack of making visitors from the rest of the world look on in awe – truly both the best and worst in life can be found there. It’s easy to look on jealously as a visiting car-loving consumer. So few can match the States’ population and market competition...

2018 Tesla Model X 100d review

"How far can you go in this thing?" Over the last 4 months and 6,000km of ownership, this by far has been the most common question that I've been asked. The answer I give is: "I don't have range anxiety, I have infrastructure anxiety". By treating the car like a phone and recharging it every night, my wife leaves for her morning commute with a full battery...

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