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2013 P85 LOADED Tesla Model S Excellent Condition

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by richardgem, Nov 3, 2014.

  1. richardgem

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    2013 P85 LOADED Tesla Model S Excellent Condition

    The vehicle is in excellent condition, without any scratches, dents, or dings.
    It has been garage kept and maintained impeccably by its original owner.
    This electric car includes almost all factory upgrade options.
    8 Year transferable BUMPER TO BUMPER and battery warrantee!
    Unlimited miles for battery.

    Performance 4dr Sedan -P85
    Engine - 85 kWh
    Currently has 30,0XX miles


    Pearl White Multi Coat Exterior Paint - $1,500 upgrade option

    All Glass Panoramic Roof - $2,500 upgrade option

    19? Silver Alloy Wheels w/ Goodyear Eagle RSA P245/45R19

    Tan Leather Interior with Extended Nappa Leather Trim - $2,500 upgrade option

    Carbon Fiber Spoiler - $1,500 upgrade option

    Carbon Fiber D?cor Accents - $800 upgrade option

    Smart Air Suspension - $2,250 upgrade option

    Rear Facing Seat - $2,500 upgrade option

    Sound Studio Package -$2,500 upgrade option

    Tech Package - $3,500 upgrade option
    Including:
    Navigation System
    Homelink
    LED Daytime Running Lights
    Memory Seats & Exterior Mirrors
    LED Cornering Lights
    Automatic Keyless Entry
    Power Rear Lift Gate
    Electrochromatic Power-Folding Heated side Mirrors

    Premium Interior Lighting - $1,000 upgrade option

    LED Fog Lights - $500 upgrade option

    Performance Nappa Leather & Alcantara Heated 12 Way Power Seats - $2,500 upgrade option

    Still Under Factory Warranty Coverage



    Shipping costs and arrangements will be the responsibility of the buyer. The seller will not insure, arrange or pay for the shipping costs of this vehicle. Local pick up of the vehicle is the available after complete payment has been received.

    List Date: 11/3/2014

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: 2013 P85 LOADED Tesla Model S Excellent Condition
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    On Sale For: $74,775.00

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  2. BlueTan85

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    That price seems absurdly high.
     
  3. Vitaman

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    Wasn't going to say anything, but......I built that exact car new and it came to $103,570 after tax rebates.
     
  4. Pinot.Noir

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    But it includes free shipping!
     
  5. Mnlevin

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    I find some people have a disconnect with reality when pricing their cars. They don't look at the other side of the coin. Someone can order a car with more technology today and wait a few months and get a car with 0 miles. I have seen cars listed here and on Ebay for the same or more than you can order them direct from the factory. Or in some cases they are looking to give maybe 5-10k off on a car with 30k miles. This is one of those cases, he wants the newest technology and thinks someone will be willing to pay him more than he paid this used car so he can go on to a new one.
     
  6. PlanB

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    I would agree and disagree. You have to remember it's his car and he can list it for whatever he wants, it's what the buyer pays. No difference than buying a house or renting an apartment.

    But I would agree this car is way overpriced but you never know, someone might think it's a good deal :rolleyes:
     
  7. salamagd

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    I don't agree at all. You have to remember this is a community forum, not just a for-sale notice board for dealers to jump on and try to offload cars they've had traded in for high prices to unsuspecting buyers. Flagrant inflation of a vehicle's worth just clutters up the boards and makes it more difficult for people to get an idea of the real value of their own cars. The primary purpose for the For Sale section should be for interested and engaged community members to exchange a car for a fair price.
     
  8. PlanB

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    Awesome, so you ready to buy my car and ship it to Melbourne?:tongue:
     
  9. AMPUP

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    It's a free market, he can try to sell it for whatever he wants. It's the buyers responsibility to ensure that he/she is getting the car at the price they are comfortable with. It's the sellers responsibility to represent the car truthfully.
     
  10. PlanB

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    Wish someone would pay $114K for my car, that would be sweet.
     
  11. AMPUP

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    Me too
     
  12. salamagd

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    If only I was allowed to! Alas, we have importation laws that makes this impossible. :p
     
  13. Mnlevin

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    I will sell my MS 60 with 38k miles if someone will pay me $87k for it. I have a Pano Roof and Leather interior. First $85k takes it so I can make some profit and buy a D model. :biggrin::scared:
     
  14. Trnsl8r

    Trnsl8r Blue 85kwh since 12/8/12

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    Yeah, but on this forum the risk is fairly low that someone would get "tricked" (for lack of a better word). Most here are knowledgable enough to not pay that price and even if you're not, the post is up for about 3.4 minutes before someone else calls out that the price is absurdly high (or words to that effect). I think we'll continue to see this.
     

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