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Best Places to Find Tesla Model X Aftermarket Wheels

Best Places to Find Tesla Model X Aftermarket Wheels
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We brought you the best places to find Tesla Model 3 aftermarket wheels here. While we realize that the Model 3 is by far the most popular and best-selling Tesla on the market, we didn’t want Model X owners to feel left out. I’ve mentioned my love for the Model X a few times. I would like to re-iterate that I am in fact, willing to sell one of my kidneys to raise money for one. I know I’m strange but I love the falcon doors, I love the design, and the optional third row of seats would really come in handy. If only I could afford it! So, without further ado, here are the best places to find Tesla Model X aftermarket wheels.

CARiD

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CARiD is a popular vendor that is often discussed and recommended on the Tesla Motors Club forum. A quick perusal of their website yields hundreds of wheels to choose from for your Model X. Prices range from a few hundred bucks to several thousand and there are a ton of different styles to choose from. The website offers 24/7 chat support and a FANTASTIC price matching policy. According to the company’s website:

“We’ll match prices listed from any competitor’s website or other reputable source. There’s no rush either; if you find your product listed for less within one year of purchase, we’ll refund the difference.” Sounds good to me!

TSportline

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TSportline claims to be “The World’s First Tesla Tuner.” I’m not exactly sure what that means, but it sounds pretty cool. Based in Los Angeles, TSportline employs an expert team of craftsmen and leather workers. These hard working individuals design and manufacture their products in-house. The company offers an array suspension upgrades, interior accessories, and precision forged and flow formed wheels straight to the customer via their website. As great as their products look, they are a bit more rigid when it comes to returns than the folks at CARiD are. All products must be unused if they are to be returned and any wheels that have had tires mounted on them are non-refundable. Items are also non-refundable after 60 days of order. Don’t screw this one up guys…

Evannex

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EVannex (short for Electric Vehicle Annex) has been mentioned before a few times in our various writings. We like the awesome story behind the company and the family who founded it. We also like the excellent and informative blog that they host on their website. While EVannex goes out of its way to ensure that customers know they are not affiliated with Tesla in any way, they do offer an excellent variety of Tesla parts including Model X aftermarket wheels. Why not pick up some puddle lights and/or a car cover or two with your new wheels? Happy shopping!

What do our readers think about the vendors mentioned in this writing? Anyone ever buy aftermarket wheels for their Tesla Model X and care to comment on the experience? Are there other places either online or in person that you would recommend for all of your wheel needs? Please leave a comment below and let us know.

Source | Images: Tesla Motors / CARiD / TSportline / Evannex 

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Neil Brooks
Neil Brooks is an electric vehicle owner and lover currently based in the greater Washington D.C. area. Neil is a fan of all things electric and may be the only person in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States to own both an electric leaf blower and an electric chainsaw. When he's not busy blogging about the latest on electric technology he enjoys grilling, rock climbing, and taking naps in his hammock.