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2014 Tesla Model S 60 Tons of add-ons - No Longer Available

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by bigrussel, Mar 15, 2015.

  1. bigrussel

    bigrussel Member

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    2014 Tesla Model S 60 Tons of add-ons

    Beautiful and extremely well maintained. This car is loaded with add-ons:

    Dual Chargers
    Supercharger Enabled
    Suspension Package
    Performance Leather Interior (no longer available as an option during purchase)
    Tech Package:
    LED fog and cornering lights with automatic high beams
    Automatic keyless entry
    Lighted door handles
    Power liftgate
    Electrochromatic mirrors
    Power folding, heated side mirrors with memory
    GPS enabled Homelink
    Parcel Shelf
    Sun Roof
    Two Keys
    California HOV Access Stickers
    Recently taken in for its yearly checkup

    VIN: 5YJSA1S10EFP29898

    List Date: 3/16/2015
    Location: San Francisco, CA, USA

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: 2014 Tesla Model S 60 Tons of add-ons
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  2. Trnsl8r

    Trnsl8r Blue 85kwh since 12/8/12

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    Hey everyone, how about, just for a change, we leave this poster alone and not jump on the "holy cow, your price is too high" rant again. I think OP will figure it out on his/her own.

    Just a thought...
     
  3. salamagd

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    Heh. Needless to say, you can buy a new car with the same options, plus the next-gen seats and autopilot hardware, for $75,570 if you're in CA.
     
  4. cgiGuy

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    I think auto high beams is only available with the auto-pilot equipped models, unless you have an aftermarket solution installed.
     
  5. flankspeed8

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    Sounds nice but... This is an open forum that is all things Tesla. As a result, there is a lot of knowledge out there about actual sales as well as people providing data points about comparable inventory, CPO cars. As long as they are not being a jerk about it, it is far more beneficial to the masses to have some sort of check in place. I find it very helpful especially as it is so hard to value used Tesla's.
     
  6. ecarfan

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    2014 Tesla Model S 60 Tons of add-ons

    To @salamgd, currently a comparatively equipped 60 would cost $84,070. I am assuming that in the OP "Suspension package" means the air suspension as I don't see what else it could mean, and that price includes the second onboard charger which is now a $2,000 item in the Accessories online store.

    Of course that price does not include the Federal tax credit and the CA state rebate which together are $10K. So those would take the new price down to $74K, less than the OP's asking price of $75K.

    So the asking price seems like a tough sell for anyone who bothers to check the Tesla website to see what a new 60 with the same options costs.

    Also, a comparable new one would have the Auto Pilot hardware and software since it would have the Tech Package.

    The OP does not state how many miles are on the car being offered.
     
  7. DieAbetic

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    How many miles on the car?
     
  8. RonnieKorbas

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    Isn't that what I said on the last post??...:)
     
  9. salamagd

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    Indeed, I was including the federal and CA rebates, as the seller is in CA so considered it a fair comparison.
     
  10. Daniel R. Lucas

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    Since someone mentioned the value of adding data points, here I go:

    I was just quoted two days ago by a Tesla rep: $70k for a CPO 60kwh with autopilot tech package, supercharger, and grey metallic paint. Then add in the government rebates. One more thing no one has mentioned is that a CPO gets the full 4 year bumper-to-bumper warranty; this car gets the remainder of its warranty.

    Reality is this car would actually sell for $60-65k, cause I can get an 85kwh for $65-70k and P85 for $70-80k.
     
  11. world101

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    CPO doesn't qualify for government rebates since you would be the second owner.
     

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