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2014 CPO 85 with AP For $50K - good buy?

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by wittsdd, May 16, 2018.

  1. wittsdd

    wittsdd Member

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    The car has no options other than Tech Package with AP, but only has 25K miles. Opinions?

    Thanks!
     
  2. kev1n

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    decent for the low mileage
     
  3. JPUConn

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    Well optioned P85D is $60k (P69306).

    Between the two cars you’re missing:

    Pano, suspension, dual motors, performance, next gen seats, red brake calipers, decor trim, subzero, etc. worth much more than $10k difference.

    Put it a different way it a current non optioned S85 AP1 owner was asked what they’d pay to upgrade their car to a well equipped P85D (obv not possible, more hypothetical) for $10k, I’d think many would pay more.
     
  4. Don TLR

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    Here's the current "Used" 85's with AP1,, as mentioned above, For a Few Dollars More I'd be looking at P85

    AP1.JPG
     
  5. kev1n

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    you're missing one thing, not everyone needs or want every option

    if you want to do an apples to apples comparison, here is a close to bare bone P85D 13k miles for $63k

    85 kWh Performance Model S 5YJSA1H20EFP64957 | Tesla

    its a $13k difference for a P85D vs 85 but assuming hes asking about a regular 85, i doubt OP is looking at P or D
     
  6. Electroman

    Electroman Well-Known Member

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    Where were these CPOs when i was looking for one two months ago..?
     
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  7. wittsdd

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    Agreed!! I just need AP and the larger battery :)
     
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    I would go with the $46,800 one in Chicago (depending on where you're located). It went down by $500 two days ago and another $500 today.

    Inventory Search | Tesla
     
  9. wittsdd

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    Weird. I couldn’t find this one on the ev-cpo website
     
  10. HankLloydRight

    HankLloydRight No Roads

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    It's there in the archived records:

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  11. wittsdd

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    I didn’t realize the archived records included cars that are still available! How do you get the entire VIN from th archived records.

    I really appreciate your help
     
  12. HankLloydRight

    HankLloydRight No Roads

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    Sorry for the confusion.. the archived records are not cars that are available. They are cars that have been sold or removed from the listings, but their info is still available to search/filter for historical/comparative purposes.
     
  13. omnipotentdude

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    Another member put a long post about the CPO buying process and recommended Tesla CPO and Inventory Search instead because listings seemed to appear for him.
    As far as that particular car, you can still place a deposit on it at Tesla, but maybe they haven't taken it down yet? (which is why it's listed as archived?)
     
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    EDIT: that one is gone now. Not sure when it sold but today the listing isn't available :(
     
  15. asianxtreme

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    I’m kind of in the similar boat and just starting do my research. Figure I’ll just ask here rather than starting another thread.

    I’m looking for a 85D with AP1, 50k/4yr extended warranty (since it’s my first Tesla). Ideally panoramic sunroof. Don’t need premium sound or heated anything (NorCal). Color and interior are flexible. Doable for <$60k?

    Any advice would help lots.
     
  16. zackmilo

    zackmilo 2.2M+ Youtube views on my Model 3

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    2015 Model S 85D AP1 Has 92k miles but looks nice. Located in Scottsdale AZ
     
  17. asianxtreme

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    Yea saw that one but too many miles with no extended warranty. I guess the implication of warranty means looking for a car under or right around 50k miles. By all indication Teslas need a lot of service, so I feel the need for the warranty safety net.
     
  18. Don TLR

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    Don't you see the 10 cars posted above all under 60K
     
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    Saw one 85D under 60k. Not in love with the color and also the CPOs seem very iffy right now. I did request pictures 3 days ago and haven't heard back.
     

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