Considering a used X and am wondering how many of the X variants have/had tow hitches. And of those that have hitches, do they all have a 5k lb limit or differing amounts?
When I bought my MX off the used inventory website, I asked about this "accessory hitch" that I saw mentioned a couple times. I did a ton of research and couldn't find it described anywhere in writing. I think there is only one hitch that plugs into the receiver on the MX. I think the difference is that if you don't have the software enabled for "Trailer Mode," then you don't have the official towing package, and what you have is called simple the accessory hitch. But the hardware is the same from what I understand. I even asked the SC about this issue, and they said there is only one hardware package. There are not two. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Tesla Model X Now Has Optional Accessory Hitch, More Range
"The 1.25″ receiver accepts any of the popular accessory racks on the market for carrying skis, snowboards, and bicycles. When not in use, a “streamlined diffuser plate” seamlessly integrates into the rear bumper. The 2″ tow package rated at 5,000 lbs is still available."
Yes Tesla made it standard a few years ago, I think. Here’s the towing capacity info, from the manual, in case you are interested:Looking to buy the 2020 LR+ MX and couldn't find any mention of the tow hitch on the site. I guess it's safe to assume it will be included?