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2017 Model S 75D

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by Mrwatchdawg, Aug 8, 2017.

  1. Mrwatchdawg

    Mrwatchdawg Member

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    I am testing the waters.

    2017 Tesla Model S 75D
    -Premium Upgrade Package
    -Premium Sound
    -Sunroof
    -Ultra White Interior
    -Enhanced Auto Pilot
    -Carbon Fiber Trim
    -Unlimited Supercharging

    Red on the outside.

    It has 308 Miles on it right now.

    Only reason im testing the water is to upgrade to a 100d because I need the extra range. I have a P85D I have been driving and realized that I can go a full day but sometimes will need to stop mid day to charge. Makes it very inconvenient. So need bigger battery.

    Open to offers.

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  2. AleP

    AleP Member

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    PM price please
     
  3. kholy

    kholy Member

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    I am also interested in price, please
     
  4. AtlantaRED

    AtlantaRED New Member

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    what a beauty!!!!!! I'm interested too
     
  5. nagypite

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    Tesla trade-in price?
     
  6. Emmies

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    wow, you didn't really think that purchase through, huh?
     
  7. Spainman54

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    Just curious. I bought a model S75D last week (brand new). My spec sheet says unlimited supercharge as long as I own the car. I cannot transfer that privilege. Is your unlimited superchare transferable?
     
  8. Jdm_sky

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    Pm price please
     
  9. kmistry1986

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    Pics of the window sticker?
     
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  10. Mrwatchdawg

    Mrwatchdawg Member

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    Will shoot you a message here shortly.

    Will shoot you a PM shortly.

    Thanks! i love it, if I sell it, will get the exact same spec. Will PM you.

    Havent gotten it in yet from the, i am hoping my DS may work with me.

    not at all, lol. I was going back and forth on the 100 but it was too late for the change in order so took delivery.

    From my understanding, it transfers over. Does it not?

    Will PM you shortly.

    Attached below.
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  11. Spainman54

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    Supercharging
    You have free, unlimited Supercharging for your current Tesla vehicle as well as any new Model S or Model X purchased before December 31, 2017. If you choose to sell your current Tesla, free Supercharging will not transfer to the next owner. Also, up to five friends you refer will also receive free Supercharging. Read our Supercharging terms.

    This is the statement in My Tesla account.
     
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  12. jgillispie

    jgillispie Member

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    Just as an FYI for pricing ideas; configuring a new car is $92,750 for the same options now, not counting the $8500 for referral/tax credit. I'm not sure if yours is the newer 75 powertrain or the older one, that might affect it some also.
     
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  13. jfrieden

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    Absolute beauty. I almost pulled the trigger on one similar today, and it was bought from under my nose. Please PM me with your price. Exact colors and options I'm looking for.
     
  14. Jmuessig

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    Interested also, whats the price?
     
  15. jfrieden

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    It's the older, since the new bundles were introduced with the updated specs. Shouldn't be much of a detractor though. This is a gem.
     
  16. Mrwatchdawg

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    Replied to PM's but everyone's lowball offer of 68-70 is interesting.

    Almost looks like they wanna buy to resell.

    Have a dealer offering me more plus I get trade credit. May get a Porsche and tesla outta this deal lol

    Waiting on tesla's offer though.
     
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  17. FlatSix911

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    What is the price offered by the dealer and Tesla?
     
  18. cameronr

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    Maybe there's a little bit of room north of 70k but not too much. There are a number of inventory 75Ds with similar options and fewer miles that are $77k after tax credit and referral discount (e.g. Model S 75D 5YJSA1E2XHF209569 | Tesla). And that doesn't get into going new (or waiting a month or two for an inventory car) to get the upgraded drive unit and air suspension included.
     
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  19. Bebop

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    All in All I think any offer above 82K is fair game. Let's see what Tesla offers.
     
  20. jgillispie

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    I'd say $80-82k is about the right price. $92,750-$8,500=$84,250. Less a couple thousand for the older drive train and comparing similar Inventory cars.
     

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