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2013 Metallic Blue P85 For Sale - $95k

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by Beltland, Sep 22, 2013.

  1. Beltland

    Beltland New Member

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    Unfortunately for me, I'm putting it up for sale. The details:

    -85kWh Performance
    -Metallic blue
    -19" wheels
    -Grey nappa leather/Alcantara with white piping
    -Lacewood interior décor
    -Tech package
    -Sound studio package
    -Active air suspension
    -Parcel shelf
    -Rear carbon fiber spoiler
    -Supercharger hardware
    -Paint armor package
    -4 year service plan ($1,900)

    6,905 miles. VIN#7242, delivered in March, 2013. It's in excellent condition, I've done my best to give it the care it deserves. I'm the original owner, and I'm selling because I need to put the money toward other things right now - hopefully the tide will shift, and I'll be able to return to the ranks of those who get to live with the Model S smile.

    $95,000. For comparison with buying a new one, with these packages the current price for a new one (including the 4 year service plan) is $104,670. Subtract out the $7,500 federal tax credit you would get if you bought new, but add in the sales tax (which for me was a little over $4,100, but is more in most places). I think it's a competitive price based on what I've seen in this forum - plus it's available right now.

    Serious inquiries, please PM. I'd be happy to answer questions about the car in this thread for all interested shoppers to see.


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  2. NEWDL

    NEWDL R#350 R#1323 Sig23 8136

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    Sales tax should not be discussed. It is a moot point and should not be included in value calculations.

    My .02

    Good luck!
     
  3. liuping

    liuping Active Member

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    #3 liuping, Sep 23, 2013
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    I agree it should be left out. Since it has to be paid on a used car just as a new one, it's a wash.

    It would be totally different if we did not have to pay sales tax on private sales.

    The difference from a new one similarly configured (after $7500 federal rebate) is just $2170. At that price, its actually more than CA residences would pay for a new one (given the $2500 state rebate)
     
  4. NuclearPowered

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    There are plenty of states where sales tax is not charged on private sales.
     
  5. TsRocket

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    Sad for you. Hope it works out well ....
     
  6. MrIanB

    MrIanB Member

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    That leather in the drivers seat already showing wrinkles, that should be replaced under warranty for little over 6,900 miles of wear and tear.

    glws,

    Ian B
     
  7. Beltland

    Beltland New Member

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    Thanks for the helpful input. Appreciate it.
     

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