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2013 MS 60 91k Miles NEW BATTERY

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by brillantesg, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. brillantesg

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    Looking to sell my excellent condition 2013 MS 60 for $42,000. I'm the second owner. Bought as a CPO from Tesla

    Car has about 91k miles on it but I just had the battery completely replaced. That means BRAND NEW battery with 8 years of warranty and unlimited miles on it plus another 50,000 miles. Also, the middle touch display unit has been replaced with a new unit.

    The car is equipped with the following
    19" wheels
    Ultra high fidelity sound
    Smart air suspension

    The only downside is that the car is equipped with 3G, but otherwise everything still works well.

    I'm located in Las Vegas
     

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    Did they replace with the upgradeable pack to 75?
     
  4. kev1n

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    i dont think the new battery comes with a fresh 8yr/unlimited does it?
     
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    Don’t think so.
     
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    It does. When I had it replaced, I confirmed with the service agent.
     
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  7. brillantesg

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    I'll confirm with them once more. I'll update here when I get a response
     
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    I’d get it in writing for yourself and the new owner. GLWS!
     
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    I thought that 2013 60s had s limited mile warranty even ok the battery. Just the 85s were unlimited.
     
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    That I'm not sure. But would be good to know! I'll find out
     
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  11. MP3Mike

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    Yep, that car only has a 8-year 125k mile battery/drive-unit warranty:

     
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    One could interpret that to mean the new battery comes with warranty for an additional 8 years and and additional 125K miles... I'm curious how this is applied.
     
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    That isn't how warranties work. Replacement parts just continue the existing warranty, though if the part is replaced near the end of the warranty you normally get an small extension. (I think people have said that with Tesla it is 1-year/10k miles from when the part is replaced.)
     
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    Again, I'm interested to see what Tesla confirms with the OP. I understand how most traditional warranties work, but since when are Tesla's processes and policies traditional?

    If, after 2015, they don't warranty each battery for 8 years or unlimited miles from the date of delivery or replacement, the language in the policy could be challenged. Note that the warranty verbiage you quoted refers to the battery itself, and not the vehicle:

    What it doesn't say:

     
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  15. tpham07

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    is it a new 60kwh battery? Tesla hasn't made those for 4 years i wonder where did it come from. Or is it a 75kwh battery software restricted? Try supercharging to 100% and see if u get a taper near 100%.
     
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    That’s not how it works.
     
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    Not debating how it works in practice, simply pointing out that the language is flawed.
     
  18. brillantesg

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    As y'all did mention, I confirmed with the service Rep that the warranty on the battery does end on December 2021. The new battery did not come with an extended battery.
     
  19. brillantesg

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    Also, the battery is upgrade ready to 75
     
  20. RichInVegas

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    I'm in Vegas and seriously looking for a Model S or X, but your asking price is way too high. You can get CPO from Tesla with 2 or 4 year CPO warranty for just a tiny bit more than what you're asking and with less miles and maybe even a year newer.
     

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