How Much Does the Tesla Model X Cost

The Tesla Model X starts at $84,990, which is more than most 

luxury hybrid and electric SUVs and most luxury midsize SUVs. 

The Tesla Model X Performance trim will set you back $104,990.

Both models come standard with seating for five. The up charge 

for the six-person configuration is $6,000. The seven-person setup 

costs $3,000. Enhanced Autopilot driver assistance is optional for 


2019 Tesla Model X
Model X Interior

How Many People Does the Model X Seat

The Tesla Model X comes in three seating configurations: the 

standard five-seat setup, a six-person configuration with second-

row captain’s chairs, and a seven-person arrangement with a 

second-row bench seat. All the seats are heated regardless of 

which setup you choose, and 12-way power-adjustable front seats 

are standard as well.

The front seats are comfortable and provide an expansive view of 

the road ahead and to the side, thanks to a panoramic windshield 

that stretches up over your head and back towards the middle seats. 

That roof affords a lot of second-row headroom, but legroom is 

unimpressive, especially if taller front-seat occupants need to slide 

their seats back. The optional second-row captain's chairs offer the 

best third-row access, though they only tilt and slide as a single 

piece. Like in many 3-row SUVs, the third row is best suited for 


The Falcon Wing doors are useful for getting into the car in tight 

spaces. However, they open slowly, and if you're parking 

somewhere with a low ceiling, prepare to duck in under the doors. 

Model X and Car Seats

The Model X can have up to four complete sets of LATCH car seat 

connections, depending on the seating layout. Lower anchors in for 

the second-row outboard seats are easy to access, but three tether 

anchors are underneath carpet, making them hard to find. The third-

row seat upholstery is stiff, and the lower anchors are set deeper in 

the seat. The tether anchors are similarly tricky to use.

Model X Interior Quality

The Model X is full of quality materials and soft-touch surfaces. 

The overall interior design is futuristic and what you'd expect from 

a brand run by a guy who's also helming a space program. The 

chief complaint, though, is what plagues Tesla's other vehicles: 

unimpressive build quality and some noticeable fit and finish 

issues. There are gaps in interior panels, exterior body fit issues, 

and more squeaks and noises than expected from a luxury SUV. A 

fair amount of road and wind noise also plagues the Model X’s 


Model X Cargo Space

The Model X’s overall cargo volume of 88 cubic feet is among the 

best in the luxury hybrid and electric SUV class. That space is split 

between the traditional rear cargo hold and a smaller front trunk, or 

"frunk ” where a car's engine would typically go. The SUV's high 

roof line affords good utility in back, but the cargo opening is a 

little narrow. A storage space under the floor provides extra space. 

Compared with other luxury midsize SUVs, however, the Model 

X's available cargo space is a bit below average.

The optional third row of seats folds down to open up more room, 

and so does the second-row bench seat. The available captain's 

chairs in the second row don't fold at all, preventing you from 

hauling larger items. The Model X's unique rear doors and curved 

roof also don't allow for installation of a roof rack.

Model X Infotainment, Bluetooth, and Navigation

The command center of the Model X is a 17-inch touch screen that 

takes up practically the entire center stack, extending up into the 

dashboard. Its brilliant display boasts large icons and quick 

processing times, and it recognizes smart phone like gestures like 

swiping and pinching to zoom. The interface also handles more 

mundane settings like climate controls. The buttons for those 

features are small, and their placement at the bottom of the screen 

can make it difficult for the driver to reach or adjust precisely.

Nearly all features in the Model X are standard. The list includes 

an air filtration system, Bluetooth, a 17-speaker stereo, satellite 

radio, navigation, two USB ports, voice command activation, and a 

WiFi hot spot.

Model X Performance

Model X Engine: Keep It 100

Tesla doesn't rate their vehicles with horsepower or most other 

traditional indicators of performance. Instead, they offer up battery 

size and zero-to-60 times. Every new Model X features a 100-kWh 

battery that delivers breathtaking acceleration. Step on the 

accelerator, and instant electric torque rockets you off the line, 

with continuously smooth power delivery up to freeway speeds 

and beyond.

The standard Model X goes from zero to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds. 

Many sports cars would be happy with that time, but it's not 

enough for this Tesla. The Model X Performance trim shaves the 

time down to 2.7 seconds. That makes the Model X the fastest 

SUV on the market.   

Model X Gas Mileage, Range, and Charging: Like Nothing Else

The regular Tesla Model X has a driving range of 325 miles – the 

SUV's maximum advertised range. The Model X Performance has 

a range of 305 miles.

You can charge the Model X at home via a standard household 

outlet, though Tesla recommends the upgraded 240-volt wall 

connector. The latter can fully charge a Model X in around 10 

hours. Tesla owners also have access to the nationwide 

Supercharger network, which offers the fastest possible charging 

for a fee. You can recoup about 170 miles of driving range in just 

30 minutes of Supercharging, and it takes about an hour and a half 

to fully charge the SUV using this method.

The Model X gets an EPA-estimated 96 MPGe combined 

city/highway, while the Model X Performance comes in at 85 

MPGe. Those figures are among the highest for electric or plug-in 

hybrid SUVs. To learn more, check out What is MPGe?

Model X Ride and Handling: Sedan-like

The Model X comes standard with all-wheel drive, which gives it 

good road grip and solid cornering capabilities. Some critics 

hesitate to call it truly sporty or agile, but there's a consensus that 

the Model X drives more like a sedan than a top-heavy SUV. The 

batteries are integrated into the chassis, helping the Tesla achieve a 

low center of gravity, which reigns in body lean around turns. The 

ride quality may be too stiff for some shoppers, especially over 

broken pavement. The ride only gets worse with a combination of 

larger wheels and low-profile tires.

Model X Reliability

Is the Tesla Model X Reliable?

The 2019 Tesla Model X does not have a predicted reliability 

rating from J.D. Power.

Tesla Model X Warranty

Tesla covers the Model X with a four-year/50,000-mile basic 

warranty and an eight-year/unlimited-mile warranty for the battery 

and drive unit.

Model X Safety

Model X Crash Test Results

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 

Tesla Model X an overall safety rating of five out of five stars. The 

Model X also earned five stars in the frontal crash, side crash, and 

rollover tests.

Model X Safety Features

The Tesla Model X comes standard with Autopilot driver 

assistance features like forward and side collision warning, and 

automatic emergency braking. Optional Enhanced Autopilot gives 

the SUV the ability to maintain and adjust speed with traffic, stay 

in its lane or make lane changes, automatically park itself, and 

drive itself to you out of a parking spot.

Which Tesla Model X Model Is Right for Me

Choosing a Model X is pretty simple. Long Range and 

Performance are the two trims. Both feature a 100-kWh battery 

and all-wheel drive, though range and acceleration times differ 

between the trims.

Tesla Model X Long Range

The Tesla Model X Long Range starts at $84,990 and has an 

outstanding range of 325 miles. The Model X comes standard with 

five seats. A six-seat configuration is optional for $6,000, and a 

seven-seat version is optional for $3,000.

Standard features include 12-way power-adjustable front seats, 

heated seats, a heated steering wheel, an air filtration system, and a 

panoramic windshield. The infotainment system includes a 17-inch 

touch screen, Bluetooth, a 17-speaker stereo, satellite radio, 

navigation, two USB ports, voice command activation, and a WiFi 

hot spot.

The Model X comes standard with a rear view camera, forward 

collision warning, side collision warning, and automatic 

emergency braking. An upgraded suite of driver assistance features 

bundled under Enhanced Autopilot is also standard.

Tesla Model X Performance

The Tesla Model X Performance retails for $104,990 and has a 

305-mile range. Ludicrous Mode, which enables acceleration that’s 

20% faster, is standard. The Model X Performance also comes 

with carbon fiber interior accents and ventilated seats, but it 

otherwise offers the same standard and optional features as the 

base model.

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