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2017 Model S 75D AP2.5 - 5K Miles - EAP - White - Bay Area, CA

Hello everyone, I'm selling my car here.

2017 Model S 75D AP2.5
Took delivery in September 2017, brand new build from Tesla
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Pearl White Multi-Coat Paint
AP hardware version: 2.5
Enhanced autopilot
Smart Air Suspension
All glass panoramic roof
0-60mph: 4.2s (born with it)
Mileage: 5,474 miles
Location: Bay Area, CA
Free supercharging not transferable, and the new owner shall get 400kwh credit per year
Always garaged and well maintained, never smoked in, never driven in snow, no dings or scratches
Clean title, interior & exterior is absolutely perfect (please see photo attached)
HOV sticker ready
VIN: 5YJSA1E20HF214618
Sticker price: $82,200 (please see photo attached)

Pre-paid 2 years maintenance plan ($1275 worth) (covers the 2018 & 2019)
Pre-paid 4 years extended warranty ($4250 worth) (4 years/50,000 miles of coverage after the New Vehicle Limited Warranty expires)

Installed BlackVue 750S-2CH dashcam (128GB, $510 worth), configured to shoot footage 7x24.

The car is perfect and I like it every minute. Selling it is a pure financial decision.

Asking for 76K, the price includes the car and all prepaid service. The dashcam will be the gift.

Please DM me if you are interested, thanks!

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Amit519

Roadster dreams!!
Feb 6, 2018
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NorCal, USA
A new 75D with same specs with free supercharging for life (with referral code), minus the extended warranty and maintenance plans a d dashcam (both which can be cancelled with a pro-rated refund and dashcam can be removed) goes for $81K. This is before the federal tax credit of $7,500 and possibly $2,500 CVRP (CA state rebate, income based).
So, it's really hard to decide between a used car with over 5k miles for $75k vs a new car for $71k.
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A new 75D with same specs with free supercharging for life (with referral code), minus the extended warranty and maintenance plans a d dashcam (both which can be cancelled with a pro-rated refund and dashcam can be removed) goes for $81K. This is before the federal tax credit of $7,500 and possibly $2,500 CVRP (CA state rebate, income based).
So, it's really hard to decide between a used car with over 5k miles for $75k vs a new car for $71k.
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Thank you for detailed calculation!

Already got offers that close to the posted price, it looks like not everyone can get the federal tax and the CA rebate.

Also, those prepaid services aren't refundable in my case.

Thanks always.
 

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