I've had a Model S since 2013 and drove it until it had 180k miles and never faced this many fit/finish/build issues in such a short period of time. I've had so many issues that the car has been with Tesla for about 25% of the time that I've owned it. I took delivery of my Model X in March and since then, I've had a host of issues: Falcon wing door detecting phantom exterior objects when parked in direct sunlight (fixed once, but still occurring) Falcon wing door interior sensor detecting phantom objects A/C blowing hot air for two weeks. Turns out that it due to an O ring that wasn't properly seated 3 out of 4 tires were "out of round" within the first two weeks and had to be replaced Defective UMC that wouldn't charge car and needed to be replaced Wind noise occurring from 3 out of 4 windows Defective inner belt seal in driver's glass, which caused a "clunk" noise when rolling up/down window and constantly ripped the window tints Rear camera un-working about 20% of the time and needed to be replaced Lagging MCU due to corrupted navigation file, but never fully resolved even after reformatting Many random shakes and rattles I started to notice the issues about 20 miles after taking delivery and have never been fully resolved since then. The service center is amazing and has been very willing to fix any issues that pop up. Also, they've offered to waive the first three deductibles for warranty issues that arise during the extended warranty period (which I have still yet to purchase). I was wondering if these signs indicate that I've got a lemon and should purchase a new X or S as a replacement.