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2014 Model S P85D w/ plus suspension, Ludicrous Mode, LTE upgrade, extended service agreement

pmppk

Member
Jun 9, 2013
88
27
Portland, OR
The impending expiration of the white CA carpool stickers has me in need of a new car by the end of the year, unfortunately. So, for sale is my December 2014 Model S P85D w/ plus suspension (sometimes referred to as a P85D+, P85DL, or P85DL+). One owner, title in hand. Fully loaded minus the cold weather package and the rear-facing seats. Garage kept in non-smoking home.

Deep Blue Metallic paint
Smart Air Suspension
Panoramic Sunroof
Grey next-gen seats (front and rear)
Dark alcantara headliner
Plus suspension, including dark grey 21” staggered turbine wheels
Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires with about 4,000 miles on them
Premium interior and lighting package
Autopilot 1.0
Red brake calipers
Carbon fiber decor & yacht floor
Carbon fiber rear spoiler
Ultra High Fidelity Sound System with XM satellite radio
Dual chargers - can charge at up to 80A with a HPWC
Free supercharging for the life of the vehicle
Two keys, UMC with 14-50 and standard 120v plugs, and J1772 adapter all included, of course

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The car had OptiCoat Pro professionally applied when it was new, but I no longer have the documentation attesting to this.

Additionally, the car has had these two upgrades performed by Tesla service:
Ludicrous Mode - decreasing the 0-60mph time from 3.2 to 2.9 seconds according to Tesla. This upgrade cost $5000, and is no longer offered by Tesla
LTE connectivity upgrade - increases data speed used for streaming music and loading map data. Cost was $500

67,617 miles, which will increase by about 80 miles per weekday as this is my daily driver. The car is also under a Tesla extended service agreement until 100,000 miles or December 2021, whichever comes first. This extended warranty is transferable as long as the buyer is not a car dealership.

Located in the SF Bay Area.

Considering the added value of the plus suspension, the upgrades, and the extended warranty, I understand that this car is somewhat of a unicorn despite the high mileage.

My asking price is $68,500 but I am open to offers. Willing to consider shipping if the buyer pays all associated costs, including escrow.

I’m not in a particular hurry to sell, as my Model 3 delivery is estimated at Oct - Dec and I can’t be without a car for too long. But for the right price, I’m open to selling ASAP and picking up a used Model S instead.

Let me know if you have any questions!
 

pmppk

Member
Jun 9, 2013
88
27
Portland, OR
Forgot to mention but of course the title is clean, and the car has no accidents. Not even a single spot of curb rash on the wheels.

Having an annual service done this coming Thursday. If there’s anything specific you’d like me to have them check, feel free to ask.
 
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AWD>

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Jan 28, 2018
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Phenomenal deal, anyone lurking should jump head first.

Under priced! Doubt you’ll need it, but, GLWS!
 

pmppk

Member
Jun 9, 2013
88
27
Portland, OR
Had a couple of people ask about the battery capacity at 90% and 100%:

90% - 223 miles
100% - 248 miles

The tires were replaced at exactly 61,607 miles, costing $1,800. The previous tires were PS2’s which lasted about 30,000 miles and are not warranted to last as long as the PSS’s I’ve replaced them with.

And, I’ve found the invoice documenting the Opti-Coat Pro.

Also, I forgot to mention that the carpool sticker is applied to a piece of paint protection film, so it should be easy to remove cleanly.
 
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pmppk

Member
Jun 9, 2013
88
27
Portland, OR
Came back from its annual service with a clean bill of health, and the steering bolt recall completed.

One of the plastic hinges on the driver’s side vanity mirror cover has broken. The cover is still functional and you’d only notice it is broken if you’re looking for it. Service did not have the part in stock, but it will cost $150 plus labor to replace (though it should be simple enough to replace yourself). Because of this I’ll reduce the price another $500 if the car is sold before they get the part back in stock.

Now at $67,500.
 

pmppk

Member
Jun 9, 2013
88
27
Portland, OR
Back from vacation, now asking $65,000 obo.

Also, I understand that not everyone sees value in Tesla’s extended service agreements. If you’d like to make an offer that includes me cancelling the ESA for a prorated refund (about $2700) I’m completely open to that option.
 

pmppk

Member
Jun 9, 2013
88
27
Portland, OR
It looks like Tesla will be able to deliver my Model 3 with a 7-day lead time, so I am willing to be a little more flexible on price if someone would like to make a deal this week.
 

pmppk

Member
Jun 9, 2013
88
27
Portland, OR
Thought I did, but two potential deals in the $60k - $61k range fell through the day before I took delivery of the Model 3. Rather than delay the delivery or float both cars I decided on trading it in for $54k plus about $2,700 prorated refund for the ESA.
 

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