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2014 vs 2015 P85D

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Indpowr, Feb 8, 2017.

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  1. Indpowr

    Indpowr Member

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    Well since I am moving to a P85D I am losing my original deposit LOL.

    Curious why the 2015 has lower Vin than the 2014 I am looking at. Options are 100% the same except Carbon interior. Neither car has + code that we know of.

    14 is local
    15 is across the country

    14 has 30k miles
    15 has 12k miles

    Cost is 3000 more for the 15
    Thoughts and opinions.
     
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    $5,000 more for 2015...you pay $2,000 for transport fee. No fee for local.
    Go with 2014.
    Almost all 2014 P85D's were built in Dec 2014 any way.
    Miles make minor difference with CPO warranty
     
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    Fly me to where your car is. Let me drive it to you no charge. Then fly me back to Pittsburgh. It would be an adventure. :) I've driven "across the country" 17 times, but never in an electric car. I think it would be great!
     
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  4. Indpowr

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    LOL
    I was considering flying to Cali and driving back to Florida. I flew to Texas and drove back in one day.

    Now I think about it both these are my wife's cars. She needs to fly out haha
     
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    I'll be interested if they both have the staggered rims set-up. The 2014 P85Ds replaced the P85+ and kept the stagger rim set-up for awhile. 245s front and 265s rear. Eventually they went to 245s all around. I wonder if that is the case with the 2015 you are looking at.
    At some point they went back to the staggered set-up. I test drove a P100DL recently and it was a staggered set-up.
     
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    @Indpowr Just out of curiosity, what are you moving from to get the P85D? More and more CPO P85Ds are dipping below $80K, which seem to be a good deal.
     
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    #7 Indpowr, Feb 9, 2017
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    I have a 2015 85D for 69,000 w/ only has 14k miles coming in. Pano and Tech are all it really has on the spec sheet plus AP1. It is in transit to Florida now.

    The Ps we are now more interested in besides we both love power. AP1
    1. Next Gen seats
    2. Black Alcantara roof

    Other options that it comes with that we are ok with but no biggie
    21 wheels
    SAS
    Sound system
    Carbon spoiler and interior
    dual chargers
    red calibers

    Miles are the same on all of them. Its about 13.5k difference in price.
     
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    I'm wondering if I want the spoiler...I'm not looking to draw attention to myself and want to look more classy than racy.
     
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    I like it. blends in on black
     
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    One of them isn't what they're being represented as. A 2015 can't have a lower production number than a 2014. Even if a car was held for 6 months for QE issues, it would still be the year of the date it was produced, not released from QE.
     
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    Ask for date of manufacture
     
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