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2015 P90DL for sale

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Xenoilphobe, Feb 13, 2016.

  1. sorka

    sorka Active Member

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    I bumped it to $50K.

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    Ah heck. Made it 70K.
     
  2. Quantum`

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    I'm sure the Reserve is well north of $100k.

    Wish eBat still allowed searches on No Reserve.
     
  3. sorka

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    $135K configured +$1200 - $1000 (referral) - $10K (in CA) makes this $125K before taxes. So probably shouldn't go for more than $115K.

    But it doesn't have auto pilot, so I'm guessing the price will suffer here and not go above $105K. If I were in the market for this car in this price range, not having auto pilot would be a deal killer.

    Oh, and subtract at least $600 to $1000 to have the nasty road rash on the wheels fixed. Geez.
     
  4. MsElectric

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    It's also been in use for 5 months with about 4,000 miles put on the car so that's about an extra $10K in depreciation.

    $105K is about the maximum I can see it going for as well.

    Nicely equipped inventory P85Ds are now going for the late $90Ks after the rebates.
     
  5. sorka

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    I asked the seller and they said it has has AP. The listing now shows it.
     
  6. mshuang

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    Yeah, the 152k configured price was a little weird to me too -- until I took into account sales tax in the Bay Area. My guess is the seller is trying to psychologically prime the bidder into bidding higher.

    As Sorka said, this is 115k at the most -- the winning bidder won't get the tax credits (secondhand sale), and there are various cosmetic issues as well.
     
  7. calisnow

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    I was offered a P85D for $89K just a few weeks ago - heavily optioned except for pano roof. 11K miles, no accidents.
     
  8. SabrToothSqrl

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    If I could find a CPO P85D around 80/85... I might be trading mine in!
     
  9. MsElectric

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    Wait one year :)
     
  10. sorka

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    That's about right when you consider the P90DLs range upgrade + Ludicrous + it being newer and fewer miles all compared to the P85D.
     
  11. SabrToothSqrl

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    Thats the plan, but I'll be torn between a S P85D and X90D.
     
  12. sorka

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    That's exactly in the middle of my high and low guess. $110K would only be a good deal to someone who didn't qualify for the tax credits.
     

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