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    New Tesla voluntary recall applies to 11,000 Model X vehicles /Link

     Tesla is taking a “proactive measure” out of an “abundance of caution,” the company says, in handling an issue with a cable used in the adjusting second row seating in a small percent of Model X vehicles. The automaker has issued a voluntary recall, which will apply to 11,000 Model X vehicles it would like to inspect – though it believes only 3 percent of those… Read More

    (@)Darrell Etherington

    Published on 12 Oct 2017 at 08:12PM

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