Consumer Reports Calls Tesla Model X Fast And Flawed

Posted: Nov 26 2016, 7:49am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

Consumer Reports Calls Tesla Model X Fast and Flawed
  • Consumer Reports dubs Tesla Model X as ‘fast and flawed’
 

The highly anticipated model by Tesla was not well received in a review by the magazine

Consumer reports is one of the most forefronts of opinions looked for in the auto industry. Earlier in the week the magazine released a review of Tesla new and highly anticipated Model X. however the review was not filled with praises but quite the contrary was the matter.

Consumer Reports has dubbed the Tesla Model X as ‘flawed’. The magazine admitted the vehicle is fast but also highlighted its negative points. 

According to Consumer Reports, the all-wheel drive Model X 90D was large disappointment. The bad review was in fact due to the rear doors which take time to pause and stop.

Similarly the second-row seats in Model X cannot be folded which greatly limits the cargo capacity. Least to say the review was a blow to the all-electric car company. 

The review further went on to state even Tesla Model X’s panoramic helicopter-like windshield did not impress much as it made cranky sounds.

Furthermore the windshield is not tinted enough to offset the brightness of a sunny day. The price tag of the Model X was also criticized saying the car was too chunky to be worth $110,000. 

Tesla for tits part has not bother much with the review and is readying up to sell more cars in the upcoming week. Tesla is expected to end the Black Friday weekend with a 5% rise in its sales, which is their best weekly return since the mid of September.

Tesla had also lost 19% in their shares throughout 2016. When the Model X was launched back in September 2015 people flocked to the car with falcon-wing doors with great interest. Time will tell if people will counsel or ignore the review. 

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