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2017 Model S (AP2) Pearl White 75

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by chibi_kurochan, Jul 2, 2018.

  1. chibi_kurochan

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    Looking to sell my 2017 Model S (AP2) 75 with about 30k miles. Listing price at 67K (negotiable).

    The car got Full Front Coverage using Suntek Ultra PPF, all windows (windshield + all side) tinted with Suntek CXP from day 1/straight after delivery. Taken to professional detailer every month.

    Features:
    • Premium Upgrade
    • Glass Roof
    • 19” Slipstream with Brand New Michelin MXM4
    • Black Ventilated Premium Seat
    • Extra Sets of 19” OEM Classic Wheels with <5k miles Pirelli SottoZero 3 Performance Winter Tire (used mainly for Tahoe)

    Interior is Black Leather with Dark Ash Wood and Light Alcantara headliner

    Looking to replace this vehicle with another Model 3.
     

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  2. Turrbo

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    Just curious, I assume you already have one model 3, why did you decide to get rid of the S and get another 3? As someone who's torn between the two, thought I'd ask.
     
  3. Brutaka

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    That's quite expensive for a 30k mile vehicle. I'll check back when the price is lower.
     
  4. chibi_kurochan

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    Right now the S is my wife’s daily car. The 3 is my daily car. And now she likes the 3 better than the S, so we will just get another 3 + The S is too big for her daily use.

    I figure we’ll just get the AWD 3. @Brutaka Please PM me with what you think is reasonable price? The actual ODO is ~29k, it’s mostly road trip miles.

    That’s what happens when you get a Tesla. :cool:
     
  5. chibi_kurochan

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    Here are the photos of the Pirelli SottoZero 3 with 19” OEM wheels ($1500) VS buying the same set with 19” slipstream through Tesla for $2500.

    I can sell these tires separately.
     

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    Are you able to show the sticker price and what came with the vehicle?

    As for what I'm looking for, my max price cannot exceed 60k. So I might have to wait awhile before I see Tesla's that support AP 2 and up below 60k.
     
  7. chibi_kurochan

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    Please PM me, and i will show you all the receipts and breakdown of everything.

    In Summary My total out of pocket for this car is $91770 and then minus $10k federal and state incentive turns out to be $81770.
     
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    Widow sticker please
     
  9. chibi_kurochan

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    #9 chibi_kurochan, Jul 6, 2018
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    $78,200 + tax = $84,555 cash

    $2185 60-75 upgrade +

    $500 19” OEM wheels +

    $1100 Pirelli SottoZero 3 winter tire (~5000miles) +

    $930 Michelin Primacy MXM4 (~300miles) +

    $2500 Suntek PPF + Suntek CXP Tint +

    $265 Tesla All Weather Floor Mats

    Total = $92,035 - $10,000 rebates
     

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    Could you please post some interior pics please? Thank you
     
  11. chibi_kurochan

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    Here are some quick takes for you, can take more if needed.

    Still pretty good, I think, I even left the plastic cover on the rear center console

    As I’ve said before, I take our Artemis (courtesy of my wife) to professional detailer at least once a month or immediately right after long road trips. I’m one of those OCD owner :D:p
     

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  12. Need

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    I can't believe you left that center console plastic on after 30K miles! LOL. :D
     
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  13. chibi_kurochan

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    Hahaha.. it’s still at 29,400 miles at the moment and remember it’s only one and a half years old.

    That just shows how OCD I am, lol. :D:p
     
  14. MarkVR

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    So this is an "AP2" car but does it include AP2? I don't see it listed on the build sheet other than "Autopilot Hardware". Is AP2 active on this car (EAP)? Assuming FSD was not added at that time? Thanks :).
     
  15. chibi_kurochan

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    #15 chibi_kurochan, Jul 12, 2018
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    To answer your question and a couple more:
    1. I did not purchase EAP nor FSD because at the time (Jan 2017) Tesla just started rolling out AP2 and it was useless
    2. I did not purchase the extended warranty, you can purchase that anytime up to 30 days or 1000 miles after New Vehicle Warranty expires
    3. This has the standard sound system.
    4. It has ventilated leather seats.
    5. Free lifetime supercharging (forever with the car)
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  16. chibi_kurochan

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    Price bumped to $65,000 OBO

    2017 MS 60 Jan’17: $78,200 + tax = $84,555
    60-75 upgrade: $2185 +
    Suntek PPF + Suntek CXP Tint: $2500 +
    All weather floor mats: $265 +
    Brand New Michelin Primacy MXM4 (<500miles): $930 +

    19” OEM wheels + Pirelli SottoZero 3 winter tire (~5000miles) $1600 can be sold separately if anyone interested OR if you don’t want the winter tires then deduct $1600 from the asking price

    Total purchased price = $92,035 - $10,000 rebates

    I have all service records and receipts.

    Will post additional (detailed) photos and window sticker soon.
     
  17. teasla

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    Uncorked? 0 to 60 in ...?
     
  18. chibi_kurochan

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    Never actually tested 0 to 60 number because I didn’t want to eat my tires. :p Tried to uncork it once but they weren’t able to.
     
  19. chibi_kurochan

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    Price bumped to $63,000 (not including winter tires) or best offer
     
  20. chibi_kurochan

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    More pictures to show the brand new tire threads:
     

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