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2013 Red Model S 85 - 29k miles

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by TeslaSinHR, Sep 4, 2016.

  1. TeslaSinHR

    TeslaSinHR Member

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    Asking Price: $52,000

    VIN: 5YJSA1DN4DFP14030
    Delivery date: July 2013
    Mileage: 29,000 miles
    Location: Seattle, WA

    Looks
    Red Multi-Coat Paint
    - XPel wrap - all front panels are fully wrapped, as well as many other areas typically susceptible to rock chips
    Body Color Roof
    19” Wheels
    Grey Nappa Leather Interior
    Obeche Wood Matte Décor
    I am the original owner. Interior is in excellent condition - no eating, smoking, or pets.

    Tech
    85 kWh Battery (list range at full capacity)
    Tech Package
    - Onboard maps and navigation
    - Daytime LED running lights
    - LED cornering lights
    - Automatic keyless entry
    - Lighted door handles
    - Electrochromatic heated side and rearview mirrors
    - Power liftgate
    - GPS enabled Homelink
    - Memory seats, mirrors and driver profile
    - Twin Chargers
    Standard Suspension
    Supercharger enabled
    Mobile Connector w/ additional NEMA 5-20 adapter

    Maintenance Info
    8-year Service Plan to 100,000 miles or July 2021 with Unlimited Ranger Service. Extended Service to extend the original 4-year warranty by 4 more years.
    Last Tesla Annual Maintenance was on June 30, 2016 @ 27,068 miles
    Rear Drive Unit Replaced Jan 2016 @ 24,686 miles
    High Voltage Battery Replaced Feb 22, 2014 @ 12,021 miles

    I'm selling because I am finding it difficult to justify the monthly payments on this car given how little I drive - even though it is totally awesome when I do drive.
     

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  2. TeslaSinHR

    TeslaSinHR Member

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    Here are shots of the fully-charged battery with the ideal mileage (293) and rated (253). And to clarify the extra service I purchased, I'm also uploading a screen shot of the confirmation email.
    Tesla Services.jpg IMG_20160903_195612.jpg IMG_20160903_195528.jpg
     
  3. TeslaSinHR

    TeslaSinHR Member

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    New price $49,000.
     
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  4. GTA0123

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    hi there is any accident
     
  5. GTA0123

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    Im interested in ur car can u tell me if have a performance pack
     
  6. TeslaSinHR

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    Carfax will show one accident - a front end collision - in Aug 2015. No structural damage to the frame and the repairs were done by a certified Tesla repair shop (Accurate Auto Body in Redmond, WA). Alignment was checked out by Tesla at the last annual service June 2016.

    Autocheck will show an addition "incident" in Oct 2014 - it was a cosmetic paint scrape on the passenger rear panel. My insurance company asked me to file a police report on that one which why it shows up.

    No performance pack.
     
  7. SD Diver

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    What series is the battery pack - A or B?
     
  8. TeslaSinHR

    TeslaSinHR Member

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    #8 TeslaSinHR, Sep 15, 2016
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    The part number listed on the service invoice when it was replaced says 1025273-01-B which I presume means a B battery pack.

    Also, the replaced drive unit is part number 1025276-00-Q.
     
  9. texascanuck

    texascanuck New Member

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    Why was the drive unit replaced?
    Why was battery pack replaced?
    How much was collision repair cost to insurance so I can gauge the level of the accident.

    Thanks,

    Mike
     
  10. TeslaSinHR

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    Here are photos of the accident. Notice that only a small corner of the hood was bent and the lines between the hood and body are still even.
     

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  11. TeslaSinHR

    TeslaSinHR Member

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    Drive Unit - I had heard that first generation drive units had a defect with the potential to lock up. It never happened to my but asked the service center to check it out. They decided to replace the drive unit with a "Q" model.

    Battery - I got an alert. Took my car in. During investigation they found some problem with the battery and were instructed by the factory to replace the battery and send mine back for more diagnostics.

    Collision repair was about $15k.
     

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