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2015 Black S85 w/Autopilot (10500 miles) for Sale in Bay Area, CA - $80K

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by ab26, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. ab26

    ab26 Member

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    I am selling my Tesla Model S85 RWD (2015 July Production) as I am planning to order the Model X instead. It has been well maintained since day 1. Clean title, no accidents. PM with your contact info if you are seriously interested and I can share pictures or schedule a visit. Below are the details:

    Price: $80K
    Mileage: 10500

    EXTERIOR
    Solid Black Paint
    All Glass Panoramic Roof
    19" Wheels

    INTERIOR
    Grey Next Generation Seats
    Glossy Obeche Wood Decor
    Matching Yacht Floor
    White Alcantara Headliner

    CHARGING
    Supercharger Enabled

    OPTIONS
    Autopilot Convenience Features
    Premium Interior and Lighting (aka. Premium package)
     
  2. Nototrader

    Nototrader Member

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    Are you selling it for more than you bought it for?
     
  3. ab26

    ab26 Member

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    Absolutely not. MSRP was $90250 + tax (and $1200 destination fee) for a brand new car at the time. I did get the $7500 federal credit but that still put's me at a loss. Just trying to minimize my losses.
     
  4. NoMoGasNeMo

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    Some will assume since your in CA you also received the state rebate of $2,500 so that's pretty much puts you at your asking price of $80k for a car that you have driven almost a year and put 10k miles on.
     
  5. ab26

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    Not really. I am still losing around $6k and am trying to minimize my loss. Plus I would need to return the $2500 state rebate since I need to own the car for 30 months to avail that credit.

    Anyways, the car might be ideal for someone who doesn't care so much about dual motors (get the larger frunk space) and get the larger battery (85kwh) without spending extra on the 90 (since 85 RWD is not an option anymore)...

    I am open to competitive offer..(if someone can show me there's an used car with similar config. available in the market for sale, that will be even better)
     
  6. NoMoGasNeMo

    NoMoGasNeMo Member

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    The individual who purchases your vehicle still has to pay sales tax if there in CA so you shouldnt really factor that into your loss. I have sold a couple of vehicles within that 30 month time frame and no one has come knocking at my door asking for there money back.
     
  7. patrick40363

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    My 2015 85D sticked for $10K more than yours and i put the current value of mine at $80K. You are high on your asking price.
     
  8. caps04

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    I've listed my $100k 85D for 77k. Maybe I should ask for more.
     
  9. ab26

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    My price is based on KBB "very good" condition price. Maybe KBB is not accurate enough for Tesla's then.
     

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