Tesla Model X Review From Canada – Video

AUG 28 2016 BY MARK KANE 8

The first top-of-the-line Tesla Model X SUVs were delivered in Canada just few months ago, and they are still pretty rare vehicles on Canadian roads.

We should note that these early Canadian Model Xs will shortly also become somewhat outdated – at least when it comes to being the “best” X money can buy, as those Canadians who paid premiums (and in some cases waited years) for early copies, now also find Tesla announcing the P100D Model X (289 miles range/o-60 in 2.9 seconds).

Tesla Model X Review by Eric Novak

Tesla Model X Review by Eric Novak

Environmental car reporter Eric Novak (Enviro Dad) managed to find a copy living in Muskoka, Ontario, and put together this pretty nifty review package.

“Eco Auto journalist Eric Novak travels to Muskoka, Ontario to learn more about the Tesla Model X – the all new 7-seat crossover battery-electric vehicle.

Eric also talks to the owner of the Tesla he is reviewing to learn more about the reasons why he chose the Model X as well as his impressions after now driving it for about six weeks.”

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Looked like he almost had a Duck in the Frunk. 😉

My Assistant knew the ducks were behind me but decided to let the camera roll. It seems they were just as curious about the Model X as were all the local beach goers who hung around to watch us film.

One of the first reviews about Tesla Model X from Russian Model S-owner Mikhail Podorozhansky (with english subtitles):

“Early copies”? That term makes sense for CD releases for example, but makes no sense at all the cars. Is this your attempt at being trendy?

It won’t be a real review from Canada until we have feedback on how the falcon wings behave with wet snow, ice, and temperature bellow -20C

Thanks for the share, Mark!

No problem Eric, thanks for the review.

PS) just noticed your “Enviro Dad” site, will add a linkie into the story to that as well

I’ve recently noticed a couple of X in DFW area. Man, that car is kind of proportionally incorrect. Seems too tall and narrow for a true SUV.

The S is smaller in person than I imagined as well. People are saying it’s an E-class, but, it looks smaller than say a Chrysler 300C (the older one) or a 740IL.