yeah definitely don't have thousands burning holesAnother thought ... having been playing in the IT world for some time, I've learned NOT to jump to the newest unless there is something REALLY special that has been done. Otherwise, you'll find yourself chasing those nickel-dime changes that have little to do with the actual utility for your needs. But then ... if you have $1,000's burning holes in your pockets and you have little need for future retirement savings, go for it!
So Tesla announced the brand new Model X with the new interior and exterior. Those who do have the old '21 Model X, are y'all upgrading? Do y'all think the $10,000 price increase worth it?
You are going to take a massive hit if you trade up now. I bet you will need to pay at least $20k-$30k to upgrade to the same trim level.
Range is not improved. Wait for 4680 cells then buy that version.
The trade-in value that Tesla gave me for the Model X apparently doesn't include FSD. However, if Tesla does allow FSD transfer, then I'm switching just for the new interior. If they don't then I'm holding out for the 4680 cells.I'm going to sit tight with our current X. All the new stuff is cool, and I'd consider trading in if Tesla would allow us to transfer our FSD from one vehicle to another, but that is not going to happen. I'm envious of those who will get all the new features, but it has been my experience that it takes Tesla 6 months or better to work out the bugs of a major refresh such as this. The thing I desire most is the heat pump, but I'm disappointed in the EPA range estimate. I'm going to hold out for a 450 mile EPA rated range (300 mile winter) and will probably have to wait until the 4680 batteries are incorporated in their next version.