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2014 Tesla Model S - No Longer Available

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by Ademsoar, Nov 5, 2014.

  1. Ademsoar

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    #1 Ademsoar, Nov 5, 2014
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    2014 Tesla Model S

    This Tesla S is being sold on behalf of a bank. It is located in Windham, NH and if purchased comes with a clean and clear title. For questions or concerns feel free to email me and if you would like to arrange a time to view the unit please do so as well.

    Model S
    85 kwh Battery
    Black Solid Paint
    All Glass Panoramic Roof
    19" Wheels
    19' Michelin Primacy Tire Upgrade
    Black Nappa Leather Seats
    Lacewood Decor
    Matching Yacht Floor
    High Power Home Charging
    Supercharger Enabled
    Tech Package
    Standard Suspension
    Parking Sensors
    Fog Lamps
    Ultra High Fidelity Sound System
    Premium Interior Lighting
    Subzero Weather Package
    Brake Calipers - Black

    Year 2014
    Make Tesla
    Model Model S
    Mileage 13188
    Exterior Color Black
    Interior Color Black
    Drive Train Rear Wheel Drive
    Transmission Automatic
    Body Style Sedan
    Doors 4
    Fuel Hybrid/Electric
    VIN 5YJSA1H1XEFP30614
    Price $89,995

    List Date: 11/5/2014

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

    AudubonB Mild-mannered Moderator Lord Vetinari*

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    $98K new - $7,500 tax credit makes that $89.5K sale price pretty darned attractive!

    For the seller, at any rate.....
     
  3. Vitaman

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    AudubonB speaks da truth!
     
  4. Mnlevin

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    If you are trying to sell this for a Bank, you need to educate yourself. This car is 1 year old and has 13k miles. A person can order the same car BRAND NEW with 0 miles for the same price and get the newest tech features! Get real. Check Ebay, these cars are selling in the low to mid $70k, it is not even a P model. You are wasting your time and looking crazy foolish. Put a realistic price on the car, ($70-75k) and get it sold. Put it on Ebay and see what you can get, remember an auction will give you the highest price someone is willing to pay or in other words Market Value.
     
  5. Ademsoar

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    Hi Mnlevin,
    Thanks for taking the time to write the message. As you know this is a bank owned car and is being sold on behalf of the bank. If you educate yourself on how a bank comes to decide the price of a remarket then I'm sure this would make more sense but thank you for reaching out.
     
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    Can you point us to a source of education on the topic? Is the intent not to actually sell the car?
     
  7. efusco

    efusco Moderator - Model S & X forums

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    This!
    Ademsoar, perhaps instead of being defensive you should listen to what the posters in this thread are saying.
    We can buy a similarly equipt car, brand spanking new with near zero miles, with additional features (like autopilot) and multiple other upgraded features for the same $98,000. Then we can take the Federal tax credit (and any state credits if your state offers them) dropping the price to $90,500. So for just $1000 more than your bank is asking we get a brand new, better featured car with zero questions about how it was used, with a full warranty, etc. The point here is that no one other than someone too stupid to do math or too lazy to look up the information or in such a massive hurry to buy the car that they can't wait 2 months is going to buy this vehicle at that price. You're going to need to drop another $14,000 off that price tag or the bank is going to continue to own it and it will continue to depreciate in value and they'll loose even more money than they already have.
     

  8. I am happy to sell my August 2013 P85+ with every option at the time, 4 new tires and 13,xxx miles for $89,000. Black with tan interior.
    I am in Dallas. Let me know.
     
  9. Ademsoar

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    Hi Efusco,
    I apologize for coming off as brash. That being said undoubtedly the unit will drop severely in price but at this time as requested by the bank I was tasked with creating the ad at this starting point. I'm very aware that this unit will not sell at this asking price but none the less it was the first step to getting the price lowered. That being said I do very much appreciate everyone's input and yours as well.
     

  10. forgot to ask? @Ademsoar, how did the bank come up with this number?
    Regards, Jack
     
  11. Ademsoar

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    Hi Jack,
    With most remarkets they base the price off of current auction prices, MSRPs and remaining account balances. With this one in particular there was an exceptionally high balance left on the account which led them to the high figure. As I've said doing my due diligence I have to start this unit off at this price essentially going through the motions.
     
  12. efusco

    efusco Moderator - Model S & X forums

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    Fair enough, apology accepted. I understand the need for you to start somewhere with pricing.
     
  13. Notacarguy

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    Heck, if this is a bank sale you can let the bank know they have a firm offer of $40k from me.
     
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    You just topped my bid by more than 50%. lol
     
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    You should have bid $40,001. Now its ruined.
     
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    Ademsoar:
    This just may not be the best venue to list the car at this price.
    The people who frequent this forum live and breathe Tesla either as an owner, investor or interested party.
    Some will feel righteous indignation at seeing a car priced clearly improperly.
    Why not try Autotrader or Ebay Motors?
     
  17. Ademsoar

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    Haha oh man here we go, [email protected] they turned down an offer at 72K. Honestly give it a little bit the price will drop down to a realistic amount and I can seriously being to remarket the unit. For now keep posting, can't argue about the attention! ** There is no sales tax :)

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    Hi Vitaman,
    Undoubtedly as I've already seen that is the case. I'm assigned to get views and remarket the unit and without skipping a beat all the attention this thread has gotten, good or bad, is positive for me on my end. The listing will remain up here as you're all making the case for me to get the price lowered. You've already touched on some key points as far as the market for Tesla's goes and I'm just curious to see what comes next.
    Thanks,
    Ademsoar
     
  18. Notacarguy

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    You should point out Tesla itself is selling its demo models for about $72k and those still come with fed tax rebate.
     

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