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2013 Model S 85 - 29,000 mi - $36,000 - What's wrong with this car?

Discussion in 'Model S' started by 182RG, Jun 6, 2016.

  1. 182RG

    182RG Free The Service Manuals From Tyranny

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    #1 182RG, Jun 6, 2016
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    25 miles north of me. On cars.com. It's listed as a S P85.

    Something seems odd, or are non-CPO models dipping below $40K? KBB is over $50K private party sale.

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  2. deonb

    deonb Active Member

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    It is odd indeed.

    Look at the original listing on eBay from February, where it was listed as $59000 in Florida:

    2013 Tesla Model S P85


    The new listing has the exact same set of photos & word-for-word the same description as the eBay listing.

    I can't imagine a dealer just re-using a previous owners words and pictures rather than using new ones...
     
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    CarGurus picked up the listing and sent me a notification. But labeled it as "too good to be true."
     
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    The fact that the mileage shown on the instrument panel in the photo doesn't even remotely match the mileage in the listing would have me running far, far away.
     
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    And then it was gone...
     
  6. ecarfan

    ecarfan Well-Known Member

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    That is how I would describe it. Likely a fraudulent for sale listing. I have seen many such listing on cars.com and autotrader.com.
     
  7. SabrToothSqrl

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    always a TON of Tesla fakes on cars.com

    it's like they don't even try to prevent them... if car < 70% of KBB THEN reject ad, without additional reason, etc.
     

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