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micmarti

New Member
Aug 8, 2018
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5
Chico, CA
CLEAN Model X FREE (for the low price of $82,950) to a good home! She's a beaut. Funny, fast, easy to talk to... We'll miss her.

Looking to part ways this month, It wasn't her, it was me. I'm just not ready for a long-term commitment.

All joking aside, this is a great car, 15,500 miles, no accidents, no smoking, no kidding! It could be yours if the price is right.

I'll entertain all serious inquiries and offers. Happy shopping!

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KCapital

Member
Dec 7, 2017
418
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NJ
Beautiful car but it is way overpriced for 5 a seater. Since the prices have come down and premium upgrades are standard now, a brand new Model X with 0 miles, AP 2.5 will be net 85K (91.3K + 1.2K destination - 7.5K federal tax credit).

You have put 16K miles in 16 months, it fits the 1K/month/36-month depreciation model of Year-1=20%, Year-2=16%, Year-3=12%.

This puts you somewhere in the ballpark of 25% depreciation for current usage, wear/tear.


Try getting quotes from VROOM, SHIFT etc.
 

pkodali

Member
Oct 22, 2017
828
600
Sacramento
Beautiful car but it is way overpriced for 5 a seater. Since the prices have come down and premium upgrades are standard now, a brand new Model X with 0 miles, AP 2.5 will be net 85K (91.3K + 1.2K destination - 7.5K federal tax credit).

You have put 16K miles in 16 months, it fits the 1K/month/36-month depreciation model of Year-1=20%, Year-2=16%, Year-3=12%.

This puts you somewhere in the ballpark of 25% depreciation for current usage, wear/tear.


Try getting quotes from VROOM, SHIFT etc.
Not to mention the new ones have the new intel MCU and unlimited supercharging
 
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P85_DA

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Supporting Member
Apr 25, 2015
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Beautiful car but it is way overpriced for 5 a seater. Since the prices have come down and premium upgrades are standard now, a brand new Model X with 0 miles, AP 2.5 will be net 85K (91.3K + 1.2K destination - 7.5K federal tax credit).

You have put 16K miles in 16 months, it fits the 1K/month/36-month depreciation model of Year-1=20%, Year-2=16%, Year-3=12%.

This puts you somewhere in the ballpark of 25% depreciation for current usage, wear/tear.


Try getting quotes from VROOM, SHIFT etc.

Also in CA get 2500 rebate ..so even lower ...OP +1 on Vroom ...posting a for sale on Tesla forums is tough as everyone knows their prices ;)...however you will get free bumps as we comment on price :oops:
 

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