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2016.5 model s P90DL Price Opinion

AgentLopes

Member
Dec 1, 2019
9
5
New Jersey
Hi All! Merry Christmas and happy holidays.

Curious on know how much my car could sell for. I just had a newborn and we are looking to upgrade to a model x.

Vehicle is a 2016.5 model S. Silver, which was discontinued in 2017. Free public charging. Black interior. Fully loaded besides the panoramic. Msrp was 139k. All eligible upgrades purchased. 39k miles. Bonus exterior carbon kit on. This adds to what the performance should have come with!

Attached are the photos and detail on vehicle.

What do you all believe this vehicle could sell privately for? Tesla trade in is 43k which i find low when KBB, NADA and Carvana have trade in averages around 50-59k and private sell for 60-66k and an average of 64k on KBB with the options.

If anyone is also interested feel free to reach out.
 
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AgentLopes

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Dec 1, 2019
9
5
New Jersey
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Dublin 'Eer

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Sep 21, 2016
153
142
Dublin, OH
I’d price it at $60-$62k and see what happens.

I’m not in the used car market and have done any comparison shopping, but why would I pay $60K for for a 5 year old car with a 90 battery which is probably the worst Tesla has ever released when I can get a new one for $70K with much more range and much faster charging? ($80K with AutoPilot)
 

2101Guy

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Jan 6, 2020
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2,564
USA
I’m not in the used car market and have done any comparison shopping, but why would I pay $60K for for a 5 year old car with a 90 battery which is probably the worst Tesla has ever released when I can get a new one for $70K with much more range and much faster charging? ($80K with AutoPilot)

Can you provide a link to a brand new model s performance with ludicrous mode for $70k? I’m interested. Thanks
 
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Ostrichsak

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Sep 6, 2018
3,607
3,641
Colorado, USA
*Patiently waits for trolls to come in talking about how it's a $45k car*

I’m not in the used car market and have done any comparison shopping, but why would I pay $60K for for a 5 year old car with a 90 battery which is probably the worst Tesla has ever released when I can get a new one for $70K with much more range and much faster charging? ($80K with AutoPilot)

That didn't take long.
 
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domodan

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Jul 15, 2020
412
190
UT, United States
I’m not in the used car market and have done any comparison shopping, but why would I pay $60K for for a 5 year old car with a 90 battery which is probably the worst Tesla has ever released when I can get a new one for $70K with much more range and much faster charging? ($80K with AutoPilot)
A comparable car new is $100k. That’s why it’s worth $60k. For $70k you don’t get a performance model with ludicrous mode.
 

AgentLopes

Member
Dec 1, 2019
9
5
New Jersey
Thank you all. Ill test the waters at 60k. I think that would be a good price point giving Tesla and carvana is giving 50k for trade in and other trade in sites are averaging 59k. If anyone is interested please let me know. :)
 
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