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2015 Tesla Model S 85D - No Longer Available

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by swillett06, Sep 20, 2015.

  1. swillett06

    swillett06 Member

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    2015 Tesla Model S 85D

    85 kWh Model S
    Dual Motor All Wheel Drive
    Silver Metallic Paint
    All Glass Panoramic Roof
    19" Wheels
    Grey Nappa Leather Seats
    Obeche Wood Gloss De?cor
    Supercharger Enabled
    Dual Chargers
    Tech Package with Autopilot
    Smart Air Suspension
    Ultra High Fidelity Sound

    Complete Coverage Paint Protection Film with SunTek
    Complete Window Tint with Spectra PhotoSync

    Illuminated Tesla "T" on front and back of car

    Beltronics STI-R plus w/front and back mounted Laser shifter pro laser jammers.
    This system features a front mounted radar antenna, 2 front and 2 back mounted laser jammers and a GPS antenna to provide forewarning of red light cameras, speed traps and speed cameras. This system is updatable via a USB cable. The display is custom mounted within your original rearview mirror and the control panel is cleanly integrated within the storage pocket below the center console screen.

    BlackVue DR650GW-2CH 1080p Dual-Lens WiFi GPS Dashcam (front and back).

    Center Console Insert (CCI) by Evannex

    Current mileage: 3,000

    Bought in June, 2015. Put $125,000 into car.

    Reason for selling: Upgrading to the Model S P90D.


    List Date: 9/21/2015
    Location: Vero Beach, FL, United States

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: 2015 Tesla Model S 85D
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  2. LudyX

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    Your car specs out around 103K (before State and Fed rebates). How did you get up to 125K??
     
  3. swillett06

    swillett06 Member

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    hi. On my deliver day in June, I paid $109k (include sales tax and delivery charges and misc). All the bells and whistles was an extra $16k. Wrapping the complete car in paint film protection is not cheap plus the radar/laser system is the top of the line.
     
  4. maz4278

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    who in their right mind would pay more for a used car than a new one? on top of it, the second buyer loses the 7500 federal tax credit. at most this car should be listed for 90,000. all the aftermarket stuff has no value in a used vehicle Its like buying a house with a pool, there is no added value in the cost the original owner incurred when installing the pool.
     
  5. Vizir

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    And sales tax etc... WTF. That's not part of the value of the car!
     
  6. LudyX

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    In my feeble mind, it is worth between 90-95K. (wrap & tint has value) Since it doesn't have the subzero, it is not for me. I hope someday soon, there will be people selling a 85D (my choice) at a reasonable price. I guess I will have to buy new.
     
  7. stealthnhawk

    stealthnhawk Member

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    Will you take 70k?
     
  8. NorCalSJ

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    I don't understand, the OP puts his car for sale and names a price. Then Forum Members tell him his new car is not worth what he's asking and rip him up. If your not interested in the car move on, why do you have to crap on his thread. Good luck on your sale swillett06!!
     
  9. spentan

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    By putting a car for sale on TMC, you're inviting discussion. This is primarily a Discussion Forum, not a For Sale website.

    The OP has priced his vehicle ridiculously. There have been a lot of members who have done this and then complained that their car doesn't sell quickly. The discussion is there to stop some unsuspecting person from getting ripped off as well as educating the OP that the price they put is unreasonable.
     
  10. callmesam

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    trade it back into Tesla Motors. I'm sure they'll give you $115,000 credit toward the P90DL
     
  11. world101

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    Since the bidding has started at $70k, I'll offer $71k.
     

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