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2015 Model S 85D - 35K Miles - North Carolina - $45K

2015 Tesla Model S 85D (Dual Motor)
35,000 Miles
Single, Original Owner
Ordered and Purchased from Tesla Raleigh new in 2015.
No Accidents, Bodywork, Scratches or Paintwork
Clean North Carolina Title in my name
Clean CarFax Available
Tegra Daughterboard replaced Sept 2020 (eMMC issue fixed)
Located in Raleigh, NC
Daily local driver stored indoors both at work and at home.
Very heavily optioned quiet and smooth driving Battery Electric Vehicle

Asking: $45,000

Contact: [email protected]

More pictures/description: https://photos.app.goo.gl/Lw3TPwnSV9RFdBHm9


Key Features:
Dual Motor, 85 kWH battery
Midnight Silver Metallic Paint
Glass Panoramic Roof (opening, non-fixed)
Tan Next Generation Seats (upgrade)
Extended Leather Trim
19" Cyclone Wheels (upgrade)
Ultra High Fidelity Sound (upgrade)
Premium Interior and Lighting (upgrade)
Smart Air Suspension (upgrade)
Autopilot with Convenience Features (Generation 1 Hardware) - I had Tesla add this upgrade *after* original delivery so while is not on the window sticker, it is in the car page on the Tesla website.
Includes Original Charge Cable

For both features below - Tesla has confirmed that as long the car is sold via private party and not through a dealership - these benefits *will* transfer to a new owner.
* Includes Free Unlimited Premium Connectivity (i.e. LTE maps/streaming/data)
* Includes Free Unlimited Supercharging (i.e. no per-mile fees or limits at Tesla Superchargers)
- Note - I have only tested at 2 superchargers during 5 years of ownership home charging was my primary source of energy
- Typically charged to 65% capacity nightly - only charged to max capacity a few times and promptly used
- currently charges to 230 miles at 90% charge (originally 245 = approx 7% capacity loss in 5 years/35K miles)

Maintenance (what little these cars need):
- All recalls performed (airbag, rear hatch struts)
- Annual Maintenance was performed for the first few years until Tesla indicated that maintenance was no longer necessary
- Tires replaced once at 25K miles - so I expect these have 10-15K miles left on them.
- Sept 2020 I had Tesla replace the Tegra daughterboard in due to a well known documented issue with the original design (search for "Tesla eMMC failure"). The screen and car functions as new and should last many years/miles.

Known Issues:
- Slight wear on driver's seat bolster (picture included)
- Panoramic Roof weatherstripping (picture included) has cracked, but does not affect function.
- If the Panoramic roof drains are not cleared - some water collection in panoramic roof tracks if parked outside under exceptionally hard rain. This has never caused any damage. This occurred even before the weatherstripping so it is unrelated.

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