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2013 Model S for sale - Sold

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by edwardsm88, Oct 3, 2013.

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  1. edwardsm88

    edwardsm88 New Member

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    2013 Model S with 11k miles. Always garaged and babied. It has 85kWh Battery, Supercharger, Tech Package, Ultra Sound System, Fog Lights. It's the greatest car but job issues cause me to have to part with it. I'm asking $89,000 because it's a great car and I paid more than that for it. It is Metallic Silver with Gray Nappa Leather Seats and Obeche Wood Gloss Decor.
     
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    efusco Moderator - Model S & X forums

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    What's a supercharger?
    Is it a performance or non-performance?
     
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    Super Charger enabled...
     
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    Any pictures available?
     
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    efusco Moderator - Model S & X forums

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    ah, I just take that as a given...thanks.
     
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    Maybe he meant Twin chargers, but then again, maybe not if he did not get the Air Suspension or Pano
     
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    I wish the seller luck, but honestly, I can't figure out who would buy a used car with 11k miles for $6k (after federal rebate) more than a brand new with the exact same configuration. ($8.5k more than new in CA with the extra rebate).
     
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    Thanks for the advice liuping. I will lower the price. How about $83,000 but I swear I paid $92,000? Does that sound good to you all?
     
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    One comment gets a $6K price drop? How about if I tell you it's an ugly color combo? Will you drop it another $10K for that?



    I am just messing with ya:biggrin:
     
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    Dude, I am a Physics Teacher not a salesman. The comment made sense and my car is not ugly.

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    Hey that car is gorgeous. So sorry you have to part with it.
    I can't comment on the price, but I love the fact that you asked us. Awesome.
    In fact, I took a poll, and were all thinking about how you might keep the car.
    So, you're a physics teacher...hmmm...could it be time to Break Bad? Okay that's Chemistry..
    Hey good luck - great great car.
     
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    $83,000 could be a good price for someone in a state with no sales tax on used cars.

    It's a beautiful car. I hope you find a buyer quickly.
     
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    Assuming you got twin chargers and the HPWC (not mentioned), this config would price out today at $96,420 (before tax credit)

    Just twin chargers (all else the same), it would be $95,220

    Neither of those two things, but all else as you've stated, it's $93,720... new, today.

    Now take $7500 off, because the next person won't get any credit, that and some deduction for miles, and you're in the ball park for a speedy/reasonable sale.

    Regarding sales tax comment, for most states, sales tax is just a fact of life, no matter what car you buy, or what price you pay. Here in Oregon (no sales tax)... it's a really good deal, but then again, so are all cars.
     
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    Bummer on the job issue. GL on the sale. Cheers.
     
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    don't ever tell potential buyer about urgency you have to sell anything (house or car big times) they take advantage (you know all this but telling the obvious)..sorry you have job issues..
     
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    Hope you sell it. Don't forget to claim the tax credit if you haven't already got it.
     
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    Pricing those out on the website its 90,470 before the $7500 tax credit? Doesn't Tesla take $1 off per mile plus $1000/mo? Sorry about the job issues.
     
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    This car is sold. Don't email the former owner about it. Please remove this post.
     
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