Took delivery of our 90D today in Bellevue, WA. There were a couple other deliveries happening at the same time (including a gorgeous all-black Model S).
Yeah, I have a knack for that. I'm pretty good with tv shows and movies too - Even though I don't watch a lot of either, I can usually identify a location when I see it IF I've been there, such as Stranger Things and The Walking Dead. Anyway, I got a call from someone new today, stating that my MX isn't actually there yet but that we were definitely all set for delivery this coming Tuesday. I'm really losing track of all of the guys I've corresponded with there but they all seem pretty professional.Dude I was!!! Love that you knew that!
VIN Assigned 11/22 (309xx)
Production Started 12/13 (My Tesla)
Estimate Delivery "Late Dec-Early Jan"
Production Completed 12/16
DS confirmed delivery for 12/27
Car in Transit from Factory on 12/18 (My Tesla)
Estimate Delivery changed to December 21-28 (My Tesla)
Requested DS for earlier delivery
DS gave me pickup option for 12/21 or 12/22 with many time slot availablity
Confirmed new delivery date for 12/21 morning slot
MX arrived at SC/ undergoing preperation for delivery on 12/19 (My Tesla)
Picked up my MX + swag bag today 12/21!!!
Went through the checklist and did not find any issues with alignment, damage, etc!
Once you're assigned a VIN you will know if it'll be a 2017 or if it'll arrive next week. Normally you won't know until your order is confirmed and it takes about a week for you to do any changes.Was it a 2016 or 2017 VIN. Mine entered in production on 12/20 they are pushing for a December delivery....I hope they are not rushing to get it done, I hope mine will be without issues, alignment, or imperfections....
I wish I can afford it but can they deferred the delivery I know they usually give you a week? How long are you gone?
Same here my DS went ahead and booked my wife and I in because she was giving them a ear full for delaying our delivery from November till now without a clue on what's going on...
I know where you're coming from but in my case, it's a good thing that my wife is too pissed to have a direct conversation with them. She sounded off "WTF, guys???" in the background during one of my conversations with them but that's about it. Seriously though, I wouldn't want to be working at Tesla right now. I can't begin to fathom how much pressure they are under with all of the year-end deliveries.Same here my DS went ahead and booked my wife and I in because she was giving them a ear full for delaying our delivery from November till now without a clue on what's going on...
Seriously though, I wouldn't want to be working at Tesla right now. I can't begin to fathom how much pressure they are under with all of the year-end deliveries.
Just got off the phone with San Diego Delivery Center. They are now telling me that we are looking at a Jan 4th to 14th delivery. (MX75D ordered Feb 26th) I was irritated to say the least but I told the DS I was understanding of all the cars they are trying to get into customers hands prior to the end of the year. But, but, BUT!!! I also told them that some communication would go a long way towards lowering expectations. If Tesla would have simply sent out an email stating: "We at Tesla strive to deliver cutting edge driving safety and technology. Along with that comes delays caused by many different factors. We appreciate all of our customers patience as we continue to create and produce these cutting edge technologies..." yada yada. But I have never received a single email from Tesla. Not one. Not one telling my car is in production. Not one saying it is in transit. Nothing. Crickets. So now Tesla is pushing something called "Direct Delivery" where the customer signs the paperwork and pays for the car now (so as to take advantage of the $7500 tax credit during the 2016 tax year) and then when the car comes (presumably in 2017... but who knows...) they deliver it to your home or workplace. But as another poster previously mentioned, if you pay for and sign paperwork for the car and that car is damaged in transit you, not Tesla, would likely be liable. We that sucks. Of course the DS says that Tesla would rectify any damage or issue to the car regardless of if you took legal ownership prior to it's arrival and I am sure they would be standup about it but still.... not very calming knowing your $100+ thing is hurdling down the road with all liability landing on you, the customer.
Would be great if someone could verify this.