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Tesla Model X Inventory cars now appearing on MS Preowned site

Discussion in 'Model X: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by HankLloydRight, Apr 18, 2016.

  1. HankLloydRight

    HankLloydRight Fluxing

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    Thanks to sharp eyed user @dalamchops , there are now two Model X inventory cars posted on the Model S Preowned website. Clearly, TM has some work to do on separating out these cars, or they were listed in error (the Model S car renderer obviously is broken with MX option codes!!).

    But there they are.

    I've also updated EV-CPO.com (http://ev-cpo.com) to add a dedicated Model X section to track any Inventory (or CPO) cars that get listed.
     
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  2. Jeff Andrews

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    Would be a bummer if those for sale were configured the same as someone who has been waiting for their car for so long.

    Thanks for sharing this, I'll definitely keep my eye on it while I wait for my order. If something pops up close to my build I would definitely Jump On It.
     
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    Presumably sales that fell through for some reason?
     
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    I hope they add more. Even though I am flip flopping between an 90S or an 75X.
     
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    The P90D has disappeared from the website.
     
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    The 90D is also gone as of this afternoon.
     
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    I wonder if people are buying them or if Tesla removed them.
     
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    If it was a seven seater I would've tried to purchase it myself.
     
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    They were both Model S if you clicked on the links. I'm guess there was as piece of data missing that caused the site to put them in the wrong category.
     
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    They were most certainly NOT Model S. If you look at the option codes for each car, they are indisputably Model X.

    For example, no Model S comes with 20" or 22" wheels, which both of these cars had. There are dozens of other Model X specific option codes that do not appear for any Model S produced.
     
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    They said model s and had model s pics. That's about as far as I went.
     
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    That doesn't mean they were Model S. That's why I created this thread -- to inform people that Model X cars were appearing on the MS site. The website is broken, showing the Model S images (without wheels, of course). That doesn't mean the listing were really Model S. How else do you think we knew they were Model X? We were making it up?
     
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    CHG-ON Still in love after all these miles

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    That was fast! Something must be amiss. Read: screw up.
     
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    What the above poster said is all true. The only thing Model S about it were the pictures. The pictures just need to be updated.
     
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    All the pictures show a Model S
     
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    yes, that's a quirk of the TM Preowned website, but it is a Model X.
     
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    ....Aaaaaand it's gone!
     
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    systemcrashed Please Reboot

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    Did you get a chance to see the vin? Was it 6875?!
     
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    Yes, it was! (It's right there in the URL link and title). Did you buy it?
     

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