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2016 Model X 75D - 8000 miles - Only $84,500 or best offer

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by arijaycomet, Mar 10, 2017.

  1. arijaycomet

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    Vehicle photos above (click thumbnails for larger view)

    Window sticker below ($95,600 MSRP w/Destination)
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    See FULL Cars.com listing here:
    2016 Tesla Model X 75D For Sale In Beachwood | Cars.com

    BASICS:
    Exterior color: Midnight Silver Metallic
    Interior Color: Black Multi-Pattern Seats
    75D Battery (237 miles EPA rated range)
    Seating for Seven Adults (2/3/2 configuration)

    OPTIONS
    75D Battery with All Wheel Drive
    Autopilot Hardware with Convenience Features
    Smart Air Suspension
    Black Headliner
    Carbon Fiber Decor
    7-Seater w/Multi-Pattern seats (as noted above)

    UPGRADES
    All-Season Black Rubber Floor Mats (factory mats too!)
    Niche Essen M147 Satin Black Wheels w/All Season Tires

    Location:
    Cleveland, Ohio 44122

    ASKING PRICE
    $84,500 or best offer

    Vehicle is in excellent condition. Brand new wheels/tires with under 1k miles on them. You can no longer get the CF interior with the multi-pattern seats, and replicating this car these days would cost ~$100k. Why wait over 2 months and spend almost $20k more when you can save right here?

    Serious buyers only. Private party seller -- no tire kickers. Will not last long at this price-- this is the lowest cost, best equipped, best-bang-for-buck Model X currently on the market!

    Interested?! Send private message on these forums, thanks.
     
  2. arijaycomet

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    FORGOT TO MENTION....

    The original window sticker here does NOT include the Autopilot add-on. That was a $3,000 item after the fact, or would have been $2,500 at the time of purchase. So keep in mind this vehicle was actually more like $97,900 MSRP w/destination when it was new.

    Vehicle is a 75D (window sticker seems to list both 70 and 75)-- they never made a 70 on the X. And so yes it DOES also have autopilot (V1) included too!
     
  3. DougH

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    It's gorgeous
     
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  4. arijaycomet

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    For anyone who might be interested, I'm -very- motivated to sell right now. Have an opportunity to buy a used sports car I've had my eye on and the wife says this needs to go, first. I can offer financing via a local dealer (they said they can pass the car through them, to help someone who might have financing or a trade-in). Let me know!
     
  5. cppfire2016

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    have you had any issues with your X?
     
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    Nope. Trouble free! Was built in July at which point Tesla had worked out all the bugs. Vin #8742 so this was after some end of line updates made. Has been completely bullet proof so far.

    Wish I could say the same for my wife's 2014 which has had bugs but that is typical. These 2016s are solid!
     
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    Great! Is this able to get AP 2.0?
     
  8. arijaycomet

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    No car can be upgraded. Either it has AP1 or it has AP2 --- but AP1 cars will never be able to get the AP2 upgrade. Elon has said this just isn't cost effective. So if you want AP2 you will have to buy one that came with it from factory.

    That said AP1 is far more advanced right now. I drove this car on a 1,200 mile road trip and it worked flawlessly. On the other hand AP2 can't be used at freeway speeds yet and there are tons of reviews & videos showing it being inferior. It will be months before AP2 catches up with AP1 and probably not until 2018 until AP2 can do more.

    I wouldn't buy an AP2 car right now personally until it at least has AP1 parity. That's my $.02
     
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    Agreed. 2 years at least before it's fully up and running.
     
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  10. arijaycomet

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    #10 arijaycomet, Mar 12, 2017
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    Created a walk-around video showing that autopilot is indeed unlocked on this vehicle, and other angles for prospective buyers.

    Check it out here:


    PS: Window sticker shows 5/2016 date of manufacture; Door jamb sticker date 6/2016. In case anyone was wondering-- so plenty of warranty left, less than 9 months old!
     
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    I've lowered my asking price to $83,000 at this time. I will not be as flexible on offers, but I want to price it for swifter sale as I am looking at my replacement vehicle and would like to try to secure something in a timely fashion
     
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    Great looking car, wish I am in the market. Good luck with sale
     
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    I've removed the listing from Cars.com but the X remains for sale. I have a pending trade with a local dealer that wont likely conclude for a few more days. So if someone throws me an offer I'll entertain it-- but the X will be gone soon-- either sale here, or trade in local. Thx!
     
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    I am intersted
     
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    Trading vehicle in this evening -- thanks for all that had showed interest. No longer available for sale!
     
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    Thanks for the update..

    If the sticker price was 95.6, then the cost to the original buyer was 88.1k with the federal tax credit. Add in the 8000 miles depreciation, the older AP hardware, and concerns about initial quality issues with the X... It seems like this is a low 70k used vehicle at best.
     
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    That said the "initial quality issues" were resolved by a huge change at the end-of-line they were doing. Occurred around VIN # 0055XX for reference. (Have a half dozen Tesla employee friends who verified this for me two months ago when I purchased this SUV). At that time it was a CPO with ~7,000 miles and the price was within 1% of the price listed here. So that is a non-issue.

    Sticker price was $95,600 BEFORE you add Autopilot. At some point that was an added feature (either by the original owner, or perhaps Tesla when it became a CPO right before my purchase). As a minimum that added $2,500 to the MSRP. Which would bring the net price for the original owner to $90,600 -- based on AP1 prices. To replicate this car now in 2017 trim would add AP2, but lose unlimited supercharging. It would kick the price up about $4,000 (increase in 22" cost, increase in AP2 cost, and no more CF option with the multi-pattern, too!).

    Average vehicles lose about 10% of their value in their first year. If indeed the net price was $90,600 that puts this car squarely where it belongs at a retail level. Knowing what they gave me for the vehicle in question, it should have no issue selling for slightly below their asking price, which would be VERY within reason, given other vehicles on the market. And, at this point, I've driven a few AP2 cars and they are downright scary. I don't trust them one bit. Until AP2 is on parity with AP1, the better buy is AP1. Again from people "in the know" I'm told we wont see AP2 cars doing anything "new" (beyond AP1) till 2018. Buyers beware....

    Bottom line is that I strongly disagree with your price comments. But does it really matter? This X is worth whatever someone pays for it. You/I could sit here and talk till we're blue in the face, that doesn't really matter. Of course if you want to go make them an offer-- go for it! :)
     
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    I agree, car worth what people willing to pay.
     
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    So which model Porsche did you buy ?
     

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