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2015 CPO TESLA MODEL S 85 AP1

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Gauging interest in selling my Model S85 in DFW, North Texas.

Below are the specifications:
Model S 85
CPO warranty
Single Motor Rear Wheel Drive
Blue Metallic Paint
Tan Leather Seats
All Glass Panoramic Roof
19” Silver Cyclone Wheels
Wood Matte Decor
Free Unlimited Supercharging
Autopilot Hardware 1
Tech Package with Autopilot
Standard Suspension
Parcel Shelf
Single Charger
Generation 1 UMC with 5-15 and 14-50 adapters
LTE upgrade
CQuartz Pro ceramic coating

PM me for info offers....
 
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I'll get pics and answers this evening... CPO is usually 4 years/50k miles... so it should have approx 2yrs / 16k miles left on the CPO Warranty.

Car was damaged in minor accident, and passenger wing was replaced and color matched by Tesla certified repairer (and the Ceramic coating applied)

Drive train and motor assembly was replaced under warranty (manufacturing mechanical failure) after a drive failure at approx 22k miles.
 
It was absolutely pouring down with rain this afternoon, so I didn't get any new shots, these are a while back, I did get some shots of the inside and console config
 

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Did you change the wheels out since the pics were taken (pics showing base 19” splitspoke)?

my Bad, no, it has the standard 19" wheels. sorry.

I charged the battery last night, and it reports 257 mile range available.

To the question about CPO and the accident..... When I bought the car as CPO there was no reports of accidents on the CarFax report. the original owner in Florida had the car for only a few weeks.

It looks like the carfax report lists my accident incorrectly under the first owner. Tesla doesn't sell via CPO any accident repaired cars, so the report must be incorrect.
I had a very minor accident (3-4" dent in wing, and scratches to fender) nothing major or structural. Aluminum panel could not be dent-repaired so needed replacing. All repairs completed by "Trade Secret Autos" as one of the 2 only Certified repair centers in Dallas.

I'll dig up a picture of the wing damage, and post that tonight.
 
someone asked me about the extent of the damage in the accident... attached is the pic that shows its all.. a small 3 inch dent, and a broken front fender... very minor.
 

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Pmd you mkd

It stopped raining so I too some pics...ceramic coating really makes the car shine.

Also included an image of replaced wing to show it's like new.
 

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To the question about CPO and the accident..... When I bought the car as CPO there was no reports of accidents on the CarFax report. the original owner in Florida had the car for only a few weeks.
It looks like the carfax report lists my accident incorrectly under the first owner. Tesla doesn't sell via CPO any accident repaired cars, so the report must be incorrect.
I’m not saying you car was in an accident but just correcting your obvious mistake about Tesla not selling cars with repaired damages. I flew to NY to purchase a model X from Tesla that they said was absolutely perfect and had only a bumper replaced, under close inspection I found considerable undisclosed repaired damages that Tesla had paid repairing to the tune of over $30,000. I was extremely angry about the attempt to mislead me and that they only came clean after the discovery. The car was going to be my ride home and the Tesla Store manager said he was very sorry and that the car was becoming a problem for them. Unfortunately they couldn’t help me with the 30 minute ride back to the airport let alone buying the last minute return flight. Your car looks very nice, good luck with your sale.
 
At the time of purchase in 2016, the SA told me they didn't resell repaired cars, and now the SA is saying they don't buy cars that have had accidents. It could be all BS from the SA's, I'm just relaying what they told me twice.

Either way it doesn't matter. I'm selling for $50k and can see several cars on ebay and autotrader for $55k-$65k so this is a good deal.
 
I flew to NY to purchase a model X from Tesla that they said was absolutely perfect and had only a bumper replaced, under close inspection I found considerable undisclosed repaired damages that Tesla had paid repairing to the tune of over $30,000. I was extremely angry about the attempt to mislead me and that they only came clean after the discovery. The car was going to be my ride home and the Tesla Store manager said he was very sorry and that the car was becoming a problem for them. Unfortunately they couldn’t help me with the 30 minute ride back to the airport let alone buying the last minute return flight. Your car looks very nice, good luck with your sale.
And you still did business with Tesla after that experience?