I drive standard 85 kWh Model S with 19” tires and air suspension.
I’ve been too busy, so my first check up is at 17,677 miles after 6 months, instead of 12,000:
Excellent service from Tesla Motors--Costa Mesa, CA.
They gave me a 60 kWh non-tech package loaner and the service took about 1/2 day.
I am not complaining as I am quite pleased that they gave me new wiper blades and new FOB battery in just 6 months :)
Despite of all dead bugs that dug deeply into the nose cone and paint from long distance traveling, Tesla gave an excellent auto detailing of cleaning, polishing and waxing, both inside and out, to produce a show-quality level of detail when they returned the car to me.
Very satisfied and very best purchase of a service plan.
Here’s what they did:
1. Tire Pressure Check
2. All fluids fill up.
3. 2nd Row floormat
4. Car wash
5. Performed 1st annual maintenance as per check list
BLADE ASY-WIPER LH (6005948)
BLADE ASY-WIPER RH (6005947)
6. Tesla Loaner
7. Correction: Rear Axle Nut Washer - LH & RH
WASHER ASSY LCK M24x39 ZnFl-W
NUT HF M24x1.5 [8.8] ZnFl-W (1020297-00- A)
8.Reinforcement Clips on LH and RH Rear Window Regulators
CLIP, WINDOW REGULATOR REINF, RR LH
CLIP, WINDOW REGULATOR REINF, RR RH (1026847-00-A)
9. Front License plate installation.
Model S Annual Servie Check List:
Despite of the first bad batch of 8,000 12 volt batteries, mine is not proactively replaced due to specificity of VIN.
At 17,677 miles, my front tires are still in good shape with 10/32 tread depth. Rear tires are worn out much more to as much as 3/32-7/32 thanks to all those maniac family-and-friend test drivers but they are still fine to be rotated to the front and let them take a break until next service time.
You guys made me curious so I went ahead for free Wheel Alignment which shows there's not much to worry about.
Front Left Tire at 17,677 miles
Front Right Tire at 17,677 miles
Rear Right Tire at 17,677 miles
Rear Left Tire at 17,677 miles
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