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This will be my 5th EV Currently in a 2022 Tesla Model X Long Range. had a 2022 Mach E GT previously also..

my dealer has a XLT Extended Range ( with 18" Rims) . and a Lariat Standard Range., what are people really getting Range wise on the Lariat SR. there only like 8k difference between them

What all do you really loose on the XLT Trim?
 

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This will be my 5th EV Currently in a 2022 Tesla Model X Long Range. had a 2022 Mach E GT previously also..

my dealer has a XLT Extended Range ( with 18" Rims) . and a Lariat Standard Range., what are people really getting Range wise on the Lariat SR. there only like 8k difference between them

What all do you really loose on the XLT Trim?
Check the tech specs and build documents you can find on the forum. The difference between the XLT ER and Lariat SR are fairly small.
 

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This will be my 5th EV Currently in a 2022 Tesla Model X Long Range. had a 2022 Mach E GT previously also..

my dealer has a XLT Extended Range ( with 18" Rims) . and a Lariat Standard Range., what are people really getting Range wise on the Lariat SR. there only like 8k difference between them

What all do you really loose on the XLT Trim?
Coming from a Tesla, I think you would find the lack of range in an SR pretty alarming; particularly when combined with the inferior charging network. This, of course, depends on your usage model, but jumping between our Model Y and our Bolt (similar range to an SR equipped truck) makes a lot more of a difference than the numbers would suggest.
 
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