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2016 Tesla X 90D for sale...less than 1000 miles

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by mvymarcus, Aug 22, 2016.

  1. mvymarcus

    mvymarcus Member

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    Brand New Tesla X for sale in Massachusetts...just took delivery 1 month ago:
    Model X 90D
    Dual Motor All Wheel Drive
    Midnight Silver Metallic Paint
    20" Silver Wheels
    Multi-Pattern Black Seats
    Obeche Wood Matte Décor
    Black Headliner
    Six Seat Interior
    Supercharger Enabled
    Autopilot

    PAID
    Total in USD
    $103,200.00

    Was gift for my wife and it's just too much car and tech for her. Immaculate condition. Why wait for a new order and save a few $s in the process. Available immediately.
     
  2. Kosh

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    Since you have not listed a price at which you would actually be willing to part with it I will start the bidding at $70K. Sorry I can't offer more
     
  3. Kay Kay

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    I will offer 75k
     
  4. Simon18

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    I will offer 80k
     
  6. mvymarcus

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    Asking 95k
     
  7. mvymarcus

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  8. RxShah

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    Was it registered to a business or individual?
     
  9. mvymarcus

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    Individual
     
  10. Krugerrand

    Krugerrand Well-Known Member

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    $80,001. You know what I just finished watching. :D
     
  11. mvymarcus

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    I've declined $89k
     
  12. Krugerrand

    Krugerrand Well-Known Member

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    $89,001?:D

    But seriously, best wishes selling it and I hope you were able to come up with a gift your wife enjoyed more.
     
  13. mvymarcus

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    Warmer...but not much
     
  14. davidc18

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    #14 davidc18, Aug 27, 2016
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    Best of luck.
     
  15. mvymarcus

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  16. mvymarcus

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    Passed up $89k...now asking $92.5k. This will be sold in next 48 hours.
     
  17. arijaycomet

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    Depreciation Infographic: How Fast Does My New Car Lose Value?

    See link above. Sadly, the reality is that 9-10% of the car loss is instant. That is normal vehicle pricing, but doesn't allow for the $7,500 tax credit that you can't pay forward (that someone buying new would get). So your $103k car becomes $93k less the tax credit--- or around $85k after all is said and done. I've learned this the hard way, as I've owned a total of four (4) Tesla Model S vehicles. And I've owned over 60 cars in the last 20 years, ranging from $2,000 to $125,000 ....

    I'd snag this from you for $85k ... which I think is fair market value (see my two cents, above)--- there was a 75D with more options that was on eBay, getting re-listed over-and-over, that I think sold maybe now but for around/less than my offer. If you want to entertain $85k could pick up as early as this weekend.
     
  18. mvymarcus

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    We are too far apart IMO. Thx
     
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    Right on point ... the truth will set you free :eek:
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    just curious... what difference does that make?
     

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