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2014 Tesla Model S 85 - No Longer Available

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by Skyboy102, Jan 26, 2015.

  1. Skyboy102

    Skyboy102 Member

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    2014 Tesla Model S 85

    Price Reduced

    The car is a 2014 Model S with about 9200 miles (2 trips to Southern California (free) and around town driving).
    Equipped with grey metallic paint, 85 kWh battery (265 mi. range),all glass panoramic sun roof, grey leather seats, 19? wheels and Michelin Primacy tires, LED fog lamps, lacewood d?cor accents, tech package, ultra-high fidelity sound package, smart air suspension, parcel shelf, supercharging for life (free electricity on road trips), paint armor, single 10 kW charger (plug it into anything and it will charge. In short, it?s loaded.
    See photos for purchase agreement and costs.
    For details on all this stuff visit http://teslamotors.com
    My new Tesla is due in March, I will be gone in Feb. so I need to sell it so you can be driving it before I leave.
    I paid $96K for the car less a $7500 tax credit which I will get in April.
    I am asking $83,900.
    You can order a new one at slightly more than what I paid and wait 4 months for your car and 14 months for your tax credit or you can be driving this one tomorrow for thousands less.


    List Date: 1/27/2015
    Location: Bend, OR, United States

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: 2014 Tesla Model S 85
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  2. lordh

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    No autopilot.
     
  3. thefortunes

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    You don't have to wait for your tax credit...adjust your withholding or estimated payments, depending on your circumstances.
     
  4. ReddyLeaf

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    Tempting! If not for the WA State tax exemption on new EV purchases, I would be even more tempted.
     
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    Excellent point
     
  6. Skyboy102

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    I'm retired so I don't do withholding. Thanks for your help.

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    How much is WA state credit?

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    Sorry, no autopilot.
     
  7. ReddyLeaf

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    I'm not exactly sure, but a website said 6.5% state tax (+ maybe some local taxes) on all vehicle purchases. However, there is zero tax on NEW (but not used) EV purchases. It was a nice little bonus when I got my Leaf. I'm not really in the market yet, just looking, and contemplating it for retirement travel around the US. The Leaf works great in-town, but it's not a "see the US" vehicle.
     

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