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2017 S75D

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by Grisik, Aug 31, 2018.

  1. Grisik

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    A88D5554-4C35-43F8-8A89-F95F20977DE1.jpeg 59B098B5-9FB4-42C7-9CD5-F71CCE194E62.jpeg 26657 miles
    No AP
    Is it worth $60000
     
  2. sm1810

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    Did you offer to Tesla and they low balled you? $54k?
     
  3. stoneskid

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    Why pay 60k for a 75 when u can get a p85d for the same price?
     
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    Facelift and AP2?

    Don't the cars lose all warranty when they go through 3rd party dealers, though?
     
  5. Fobble

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    Generally, because it's 2017 vs 2015 with refresh nose cone and 2.5 AP hardware. But this car does not have AP enabled. It will be additional $6k to the price.
    Does it have air suspension?
     
  6. Grisik

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    No air suspension. Tesla actually lowered AP to $5500
    Keeps the factory warranty
     
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    No car loses its factory warranty when sold through a dealer unless it is canceled for good cause, TMU, Total loss etc. Tesla does however say they will not sell an extended warranty for a car that has a dealer in the chain of ownership. People on this forum have debated back and forth that Tesla has been allowing the purchase of the extended coverage after purchase from a dealer in some cases but I don’t think I would chance it.
     
  8. hBomb

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    Thanks very much for the clarification!
     
  9. stoneskid

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    I understand about the facelift, but ap2 seems to be a dream in the making. But all things equal it seems like the non facelifts offer much more car for the same money.

    In regards to the warranty. I have bought three used (private party) Tesla’s and was able to buy the extended with no issue. It even shows up in my user account for my current one.
     
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    AP not activated on this car. Also, ESA should be available for private party, but the jury is out on 3rd party dealers.
     
  11. Grisik

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    I ended up passing on the deal. Found the identical car with AP and 11000 miles for the same money from and individual.
     
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