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2013 Model S 85kWh Pearl White less than 5K miles - SOLD

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by Arturo Chamorro, Jan 7, 2014.

  1. Arturo Chamorro

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    2013 Model S 85kWh Pearl White less than 5K miles

    Model S
    All Glass Panoramic Roof
    19" Wheels
    Pearl White Paint
    Tan Napa Leather Interior
    Piano Black Decor
    85 kWh Battery
    Sound Studio Package
    Active Air Suspension
    Rear Facing Seats
    High Power Wall Connector
    Supercharger Hardware
    Tech Package is not included


    Less than 5,000 miles
    Purchased March 25, 2013.

    Car has no accidents. Shipping will be considered but will need to be covered by the buyer. If you are a serious buyer feel free to contact me for any more information or to schedule a visit.

    List Date: 12/23/2013
    Location: Palmetto Bay, FL, United States

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: 2013 Model S 85kWh Pearl White less than 5K miles
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  2. passion4audio

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    #2 passion4audio, Jan 7, 2014
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    Unless I'm missing something, this seems overpriced?

    I may very well be incorrect here, but on the Tesla site this car would spec out at $88,220. Add the $7500 tax credit and it comes to $95,720 if someone were to purchase it brand new.

    Heck, add the tech package (which this car does not have) and it's still less than what this seller is asking.

    Plus, there have been some worthwhile changes/upgrades/fixes that would make purchasing a brand new model even wiser.
     
  3. brianstorms

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    Really. My car is very similar in configuration, and cost ~97K including tax. It now has 5100mi on it.

    This car seems much pricier than one bought brand new today w/ same config.
     
  4. NuclearPowered

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    There is an MC red 85 on eBay right now that has been listed at 80k and has not sold. This is way overpriced.
     
  5. pgiralt

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    Why on earth would someone pay $15,000 more for a used one instead of buying new? I don't get it. Also, you say it has active air, but no tech package? Was that even possible? I always thought active air required tech. You could get a brand new P85 for less money than you are selling this for.
     
  6. yobigd20

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    way way way way way way way way way way way overpriced by about $20k-$25k.
     
  7. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    My error-correction parser is having trouble choosing a path on this one. There are at least 3 features that this be referencing.
     
  8. passion4audio

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    I put forth to the members a suggestion...

    Why not mandate that members have 25 posts before they have access to the classified section? They can build up some trust first, maybe?
     
  9. Linekinbay

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    Way overpriced!
     
  10. dratifk

    dratifk Sorry Sold my *****

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    I paid $85K for P85 fully loaded (everything) with only rear seats missing. Mine even came with HPWC. It had 11K miles
     
  11. lolachampcar

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    Ordered my wife's replacement car (accident damage) which is similar to the OP's and was $89,970 full invoice (and then you can reduce it by the $7500 Fed Tax Credit). I looked at this post for an instant as an option to waiting for my wife's car to be delivered then saw the price :)
     
  12. Arturo Chamorro

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    Hello everyone, you'll have to forgive me since I am new to the tesla community. The good news is that many appeared to chime in on the overpriced number and the price has been adjusted and as most things in life are negotiable. I also see passion4audio's point on the number of posts requirement, internet offers are always easily subject to scams and ripoffs. But I can assure you that this is a valid posting and all offers will be responded to. Excellent forum you guys have here and you guys are definitely passionate about your teslas, cheers.
     
  13. Trnsl8r

    Trnsl8r Blue 85kwh since 12/8/12

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    I see you adjusted to $92k. Mimicking your specs for a new car I get it to $90,070 ($7500 tax credit applied) which includes the tech package that you don't mention having. Not sure what the upside is of buying your used car versus ordering a new one?
     
  14. dratifk

    dratifk Sorry Sold my *****

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    I've noticed in the past a few sellers thinking that they were justified in their elevated price request because they were not eligible for the federal rebate. Also, some seem to think there is enough demand to justify the elevated price. Others are just plain misinformed and need some guidance in proper list price.

    Arturo I'm sad to say you will not sell this car at the current asking price despite have adjusted it from your original price. You will have to decide whether it is worth it to decrease price to the appropriate level or keep the car.

    Also, so you know a person buying a used car is not eligible for the federal rebate of $7500 only the first person titling the car gets the rebate. One other thing make sure the listing is accurate. Does it have Tech Package, Paint protection, Tinting, XPel Etc..? Just trying to help.
     
  15. pgiralt

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    To add to what others have said, if this were a Tesla loaner they were selling, they'd sell it for new price (which is what it cost new back in March 2013, not what it costs to buy it new now which is probably about $4000 less than today's prices) minus $1/mile minus $1000 per month. That comes out to something like $90,000 -$4,000 - $5000 - $10,000 = $71,000. I think you might be able to get up to $75k for it if you're lucky just because it does cost more today to buy it new than it did back then. I wouldn't expect to see more than that and I don't think anyone will even take your offer seriously to try to negotiate down as this price. I may be wrong.
     
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    ^are the loaners also eligible for the $7500 tax credit (+ any state credits)?
     
  17. dratifk

    dratifk Sorry Sold my *****

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    Yes they are since they have never been titled. I was originally considering a P85 loaner with 5K miles on it with everything except Air suspension in the range of 92K after $7500 rebate. Ended up getting an even better used P85 deal
     
  18. lolachampcar

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    Ouch... $1/mile off plus 1%/month of original invoice off plus you get the $7500 Federal Tax Rebate when you go the Tesla loaner route. That is tough to sell against.
     
  19. yobigd20

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    It's actually a brilliant way of controlling the market.
     
  20. Seven7

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    Well, you never know until you try. Somebody might have come along and bought that car right away, but that somebody probably wouldn't have been from this site, to many VERY informed buyers on here. :smile:
     

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