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2013 Tesla Model S 60 - No Longer Available

2013 Tesla Model S 60

GOAL is to trade up to a 85KwH Tesla AND pay for difference. Know slim chance for someone to go from 85 to 60 but putting it out there. When originally configured was informed by Tesla could upgrade to larger battery in future. This is not the case and Tesla will not upgrade battery.

Grey Metallic Paint ($750)
60kWh Battery ($10k), DUAL(twin) chargers ($1500)
Super Charger enabled($2500)
TECH Package ($3750)
19" Wheels, Dolphin Gray color
Grey Nappa Leather Interior ($1500)
Obeche Wood Matte Decor
ALL Glass Panoramic Roof ($1500)
Sound Studio Package ($950)
Standard Suspension, no need for Air Suspension in FL
REAR Facing Seats, seats 7 ($1500)
Parcel Shelf ($250)
Llumar CTX Tint
Will have new tires by time sold

1-owner, excellent condition, 28,000 miles, garage kept, always in Florida. Clean CarFax report, no accidents. Some curb rash on rims. We normally charge battery for daily driving to maintain battery and Rarely charge for RANGE driving which can degrade battery over time. Daily driver for wife since purchased.
Factory warranty is 4 yr or 50k Miles and battery is 8 yr or 125k miles. Will post more pics.
Seeing Tesla 60s going for $56-68k right now online via Private Party and more at dealers. Seen couple CPO from Tesla for $68-71k.
ONLY reason to sell/trade is to get 85kWh model and we can travel more often. We absolutely love this vehicle. ALWAYS maintained with Tesla directly.
Email with any questions or offers: [email protected]


List Date: 7/18/2015
Location: Jupiter, FL, United States

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Beautiful Car, keep it. There is no place you can travel in an 85 that you cant in a 60. I have them both. Drove my 60 to Mass and back to S Fla with no problems or issues. My P85 is not as efficient. While it can charge to 255 miles is loses more miles over the highway than the 60, uses more wh/mi so you get much less than shown. Here is a financial planning tip, save your money you will not find the difference worth the 10s of thousands of dollars it will cost you to make the change and at 14k miles per year, never make it worthwhile. You will find a lot of the stuff on your 60 that was standard is either not available or ad added costs, keep the car, and you money you made a good choice.