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2014 Tesla S 85 With Autopilot and Rear seats highly optioned $56000

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by drsaab, Nov 15, 2016.

  1. drsaab

    drsaab Member

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    My car is a 2014 Dec Tesla S 85 with almost every option and has active Autopilot 1.0 with version 8 software and 65,500 miles. The only reason I am contemplating a switch is that I love the autopilot and have a long commute so I was thinking of getting the new 2.0 Autopilot. my 90% is at 230 miles, have not range charged lately but guessing 100% is 258-260.



    Here are the options

    85 kWh Model S $79,900.00
    Pearl White Paint $1,500.00
    All Glass Panoramic Roof $2,500.00
    19" Wheels -
    Grey Nappa Leather Seats $1,500.00
    Obeche Wood Matte Décor $650.00
    Supercharger Enabled -
    Dual Chargers $1,500.00
    Wall Connector $750.00
    Tech Package with Autopilot $4,250.00
    Smart Air Suspension $2,250.00
    Ultra High Fidelity Sound $2,500.00
    Subzero Weather Package $750.00
    Paint Armor $950.00
    Rear Facing Seats $2,500.00
    Subtotal $101,500.00
    Destination and regulatory documentation fee $1,170.00
    Total $102,670.00

    This price above does not include the cyclone wheels which were $2500

    Also I am not selling the charger listed here at $750

    so that is a $104,420 car once you add the $2500 cyclone wheels and minus the $750 HPWC charger.

    I also have the following aftermarket upgrades....

    Full opticoat $650

    tint $250

    full Frontal Xpel which is about $1200

    screen cover for center console MCU. $20

    Silicone Center console tray with cup holders and cubbies $100

    Lte upgrade from 3G done in 2015 $500

    Total.... $2470 spent on upgrades.

    Full 50k service with all fluids done in mid 2016

    Anyways Tesla is giving 52800 for trade and I can show you the trade in PDF by Tesla.

    With tax savings I get a net trade benefit of $56000

    if a member is interested I can sell it to them for the same $56000.

    It is paid off and I have the title so its a simple transaction for any bank you want to finance with if needed.

    The advantage of selling to a member here is that

    1. My extras like xpel, etc get transferred to someone who appreciates it. Telsa said they remove all that extra stuff.

    2. I get more for my car

    3. You pay closer to trade in for an autopilot Tesla.

    If interested let me know asap and we can discuss further.

    The Aftermarket wheels in a most of the pics would not be the ones in the sale.

    It would be the 19" cyclone wheels that are in the last couple of the pics.

    Car is located in DC area, must be a quick sale within this week for it to work out.

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  2. Camera-Cruiser

    Camera-Cruiser Fully Charged

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    Nice looking S85!
     
  3. alan617

    alan617 Member

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    did you already purchase the extended warranty for this car?
     
  4. Xenius

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    That is a nice looking car.
     
  5. drsaab

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    I did not get the extended warranty. It does have the 8 year, unlimited miles drive train and battery warranty.

    I had them go over every inch of the car this summer at the 50k service based on all the possible issues noted on this forum and others. The autopilot cars are very reliable in general. I have never had any door handle issues or MCU issues etc like some of the earlier 2012-2013 cars and with my all highway commute, I would eat up any warranty in 1.25 years.

    The drive train was replaced in late 2015 for a milling noise and no issues since then. The latest revision new drivetrain was installed at that time.

    I am not 100% sure but I think it has a battery version "E"
     
  6. sgarapat

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    Is it still Available ?
     
  7. drsaab

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    Car is Sold.
     

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