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Short review of a 2021 (pre-2021 refresh) Tesla Model X Long Range Plus

jboy210

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Dec 2, 2016
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tation. Everything to do with having warning lights illuminating at the corners of your eye and distracting you. It's a poor design.

I hear you, but every manufacturer I know of uses that design and uses radar to detect blind spots. My issue is not as much with the light on or off dash as much as it is the poor sensitivity.

Is there a manufacturer that has implemented BSM that you do like?
Not a big fan of most of the designs. I guess I am old fashion and set my side mirrors properly (i.e you don't need to see the side of your car-it is not going to disappear). Haven't hit anything in decades of driving.
 
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SilverGS

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Not a big fan of most of the designs. I guess I am old fashion and set my side mirrors properly (i.e you don't need to see the side of your car-it is not going to disappear). Haven't hit anything in decades of driving.
I have my mirrors set exactly the same way but I'm paranoid and still do a shoulder check lol
 
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