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2010 Roadster 2.5 sport - No Longer Available

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by cdave, Dec 23, 2015.

  1. cdave

    cdave Member

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    2010 Roadster 2.5 sport

    Fusion red 2.5 Roadster sport CPO (certified pre-owned) purchased from Tesla May 2014. Opti coat done August 2014. Solar guard windshield, clear coat carbon fiber hardtop, executive leather and premium seats, infotainment group-7" touch screen, GPS, back up camera, Sirius Satellite Radio. Tesla car cover and hardtop carrier as well. Spare mobile connector-120 volt/15 amp capable.

    Tesla went through the car with a fine tooth comb before the CPO sale to me. Original sticker was $149,645.

    17,935 miles on the car. Selling to make room for my model X.


    List Date: 12/23/2015

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: 2010 Roadster 2.5 sport
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  2. marcebahn

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    What is the Tesla trade in value for your vehicle.
     
  3. cdave

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    Tesla will not take a direct trade-in since they don't inventory Roadsters anymore. Several Tesla employees recommended that I seek a private sale.
     
  4. marcebahn

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    Thanks ..... I did not know how Tesla handled Roadsters. I had heard that a new Roadster was on the horizon. Will this impact the current ones?

    Appreciate your knowledge and feedback.
     
  5. cdave

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    I would say the new roadster is probably 3-5 years out. The Model 3 is next and projected to take orders in 2017 which may mean deliveries in 2018-2019 based on model S/X timelines. The new Roadster price tag could easily be in the $150,000+ range as well. At some point the original Roadster might become a collectors car with only 1400 made for the US. Wish I had room to keep it.
     

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