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2014 Red S85 44K miles $51K

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by mshash, Jan 12, 2017.

  1. mshash

    mshash Member

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    I've put our car up for sale through a local consignment arrangement. They haven't quite got the ad complete yet but thought I'd post the link.

    Sioux Falls, SD 2014 Tesla Model S Used Sedan Frankman Motor Company | P33298 | 5YJSA1H18EFP33298

    We are selling because we recently moved to Sioux Falls SD from the DC metro area and do a lot of driving out to smaller towns that don't have destination charging. Happy to answer any questions. Below are some details that will make into the ad:

    4 year 50k anytime anywhere service plan with unlimited ranger service

    Range charges to 254 rated miles

    No autopilot hardware

    Opticoat exterior

    Full 3M crystalline tint

    Rear facing seats

    Asking $51,475.
     
  2. kwjayhawk

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    That is a well done set of photo listings. GLWS.

    If it would make any difference to you, I believe Sioux Falls is getting a SC in 2017.
     
  3. ipohkid

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    Interested, please contact me @ 832-517-9649
     
  4. mshash

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    Didn't know we were on the list. Sioux Falls is growing and I think it would benefit from a supercharger. Right now charging is set up more for an east-west route. I think one in SF would help with the north-south.

    We have an HPWC at home so charging in town isn't an issue. It mainly when we travel within South Dakota for our kids activities when destination charging becomes an issue.

    I can vouch for the traction control on a RWD car in the winter. We never had a problem using snow tires.

    Car is still for sale...
     
  5. kwjayhawk

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    I feel ya. One in SF and in Sioux City.

    I drive I29 often and between KC and SF the only one right now is Omaha. The hills between KC and Omaha make that run iffy in the winter without a backup or a 90/100 battery.
     
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