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2016 P90DL, Titanium, $58,500 obo


Jun 25, 2014
Well, I've finally decided that 3 teslas for 2 people (my wife and I) is too much. And although I love driving this one more than my 2014, I'm trying to extract maximum value out of the 2014 through racking up miles on it, so I am making the 2016 available.

For Sale: 2016 Model S P90D Ludicrous Enabled

52,xxx Miles on the odometer, many highway, will inch up over time as I don't drive this much but I do take it out to ensure the 12v is getting recharged.
1238xx VIN
Free Unlimited Lifetime Transferable Supercharging - Charges Fast 114KW/HR, no throttling
Autopilot 1 with Convince Features; Summon, Lane Change, Ect
Subzero Weather Package (Heated; Steering Wheel, Windshield Wipers, Mirrors, Front and Rear Seats)
High Amperage Charger Upgrade (Full 80AMP home charging, faster than the 72Amp max currently offered)
Black Next Generation Seats
4GLTE Upgrade
Smart Air Suspension
Carbon Fiber Spoiler
Premium Interior and Lighting Upgrade Package
Ultra High Fidelity Sound Package
Obeche Wood Gloss Decor
Nappa Leather Extended Trim Package
Dark Alcantara Headliner
OEM 21 Inch Staggered Wheels, Recently Powder-coated Matte Black, no curb rash, excellent condition (note that some pictures have 19" slipstreams in them, which could be included if you prefer them).
All Glass Panoramic Roof, Opens Smoothly
Ludicrous Speed Upgrade 0-60 in 2.6 Seconds, 11.0 1/4 mile
Red Brake Calipers
Tesla Center Console Upgrade
Tesla All Weather Floor-mats and Summer Carpet Mats Included

$58,700 USD Obo

Located in Milwaukee Wisconsin

Ceramic coated last fall (fall 2018).
Last charged to 100% at 260 miles, "daily" charge to 228-230 miles. Recent battery health check from Tesla said battery health was substantially above average 90Kw Pack Health
Just received the $750 50k mile Service Including Brake and other Fluid Flushes, AC Service and Desiccant Bag Replacement, Key Fob Battery Replacement Etc...
Newer 12V Battery
Upgraded Interior Lights to Abstract Ocean Ultrabright LEDs
New drivers and Passenger Door Handles
New Drivers Front, and Passenger Front and Power Rear Window Regulators

The Blemishes (normal-ish wear and tear for a car with about 50k miles):

There are two scratches on the drivers door from being hit by a mailbox door, they are about 4 inches long, 2 of them, and to properly fix them will require a paint repair, Estimate from Marshall Auto-body (a Tesla Certified Shop) was $900.00. I am considering taking out some buffing compound to clean these up, but am posting pre-fix in case you'd prefer a professional fix.

The front bumper has some paint chips and a scrape in the paint. Estimate from Marshall Auto-body (a Tesla Certified Shop) was $700.00. to respray the bumper I opted to live with it instead of fixit . Close up pictures available on request.

The Right front Fender has a very small dent in it (it takes me some time to remember exactly where it is). Estimate to fix this one was $1000 but I opted not to fix since it's almost impossible to see.

There is small dimple/dent at the bottom of the center screen bezel caused by a falling cell phone, its small but visible.

I absolutely love this car and hate to sell it, but I have three Teslas and this one is not being driven as much as it deserves to be (I'm busy racking up miles in my 2014 w/245k miles). I'm in no hurry and don't need help selling. The car will include the stock but recently powder-coated 21 inch staggered wheels, and OEM pilot sport tires with 4-5/32 tread depth, about 8k miles on the tires. I will include two keys in abstract ocean silicon fob pockets with key rings in titanium metallic color.

Don't hesitate to contact me for more information or pictures

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Jun 25, 2014
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New Member
Jun 29, 2019
Menomonee Falls WI
Hello Logan. I just joined the forum and live near Milwaukee.
Wife and I are shopping for a Model X but might start considering an S. I would like to take a look at your S if we happen to be driving nearby so let me know where you live.
I am technically in Menomonee Falls but closer to Sussex/Pewaukee.


Jun 25, 2014
Hey there! I'm in Wauwatosa, so not too far from you. You're welcome to swing by to check it out or I am also happy to come to you. I actually bought this one after I was hot on a Model X but then I drove the X and found it to be pretty uninspired & back seat too small (middle row).


Active Member
Sep 6, 2018
Colorado, USA
I just recently made a similar transition from 3 Teslas to 2 for 2 drivers & couldn't be happier. Best of luck for a quick sale but it shouldn't be necessary as that's a sweet car you're offering.


Jun 7, 2019
East Coast
As someone who got a similar car (pretty much the same but 42k miles) from Tesla for $60,600, I'm going to say... even considering the 4 year Tesla warranty, yours would be the car I'd get, simply because it has a good battery.

Have you tested the 0-60 and quarter mile times yourself? And do you have a V2 or V3 battery?


Jun 25, 2014
Ooh, thank you for the $60,600 data point -- I'll have to consider that with any interest I have. Yes, this car has ran 0-60 at 2.6 and quarter mile of 11.0.
May 13, 2019
Raleigh, NC
Looks like its going to be a great car for someone! I would jump on it if I just didn't get my 90D recently. I bet that thing is SO much fun to drive and at a great price for the soon-to-be new owner.


Jun 25, 2014
No. I had the extended warranty but have put the wheels in motion to cancel that. I am doubtful the car would have a catastrophic failure enough to make the $5000 warranty worth it.


P100DL, 2021 M3, 3 CT reservations and counting
Dec 25, 2011
The only thing the extended warranty is most likely to cover is the MCU (center display) going bad. Outside of that it is handles failing and after that, much lower probabilities.

Daddy S

Aug 12, 2018
Ooh, thank you for the $60,600 data point -- I'll have to consider that with any interest I have. Yes, this car has ran 0-60 at 2.6 and quarter mile of 11.0.
Unless you had you battery replaced with a version 3 battery it cannot do 2.6 seconds 0-60 mph. It can't even do 2.8 seconds. Only 2016.5;s are capable of 2.6 with certain version 3 batteries.

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