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2017 TESLA MODEL X

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by dlazar, Sep 20, 2017.

  1. dlazar

    dlazar New Member

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    1,280 miles , just financed it for 130k [loan on it]
    will throw in AT HOME - GARAGE - FAST CHARGER free [sold separate]
    Everything works fine 10/10
    serious inquires only
    my actual car pics are first three, teslas images of it are the second three
    can meet/test drive with you if in co

    115k$ - offers accepted

    Model X 100D
    All-Wheel Drive
    Solid Black Paint
    22" Onyx Black Wheels
    Multi-Pattern Black
    Multi-Pattern Black Seats
    Dark Ash Wood Décor
    Front Console
    Black Headliner
    Six Seat Interior
    High Amperage Charger
    Enhanced Autopilot
    Full Self-Driving Capability
    Premium Upgrades Package
    Smart Air Suspension
    Premium Sound
    Subzero Weather Package
     

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  2. dlazar

    dlazar New Member

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    haven't used tax credit, so you can use that too!!
     
  3. spentan

    spentan Active Member

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    It is not transferable
     
  4. travwill

    travwill Active Member

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    You will still get the tax credit as first buyer, $7500. You'll likely have to come down that much more at minimum.
     
  5. Mrwatchdawg

    Mrwatchdawg Member

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    Great looking car but the price will need to be reduced lower sadly to make it move quicker.
     
  6. ecarfan

    ecarfan Well-Known Member

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    No one can use that but you.
     
  7. Tiger

    Tiger Member

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    What's the reason you're selling so soon?
     
  8. stan23

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    There are 2 issues for selling so quickly.

    1. you are the only one that can use the tax credit.
    2. If/when you do your taxes, and you no longer have your car, you may have to pay back the $7500.
     
  9. Anbakookie

    Anbakookie New Member

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    So if you sell your car the same year you bought it. You won't be able to claim the tax credit?
     
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  10. stan23

    stan23 Member

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    You can claim, but I believe if you get audited, you may be in for a surprise. The wording is kind of grey on the IRS website.

    The vehicles must be acquired for use or lease and not for resale. Additionally, the original use of the vehicle must commence with the taxpayer and the vehicle must be used predominantly in the United States. For purposes of the 30D credit, a vehicle is not considered acquired prior to the time when title to the vehicle passes to the taxpayer under state law.
     
  11. b team

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    As long as he did not acquire it for the purpose of reselling, he is fine.
     
  12. Sunshine State

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    #12 Sunshine State, Sep 22, 2017
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    The second buyer is not entitled to the tax credit even it the credit hasn't been claimed. I'm not trying to bash seller and wish him luck selling but rather I'm stating the obvious problem with the pricing. The problem with reselling it now is the huge loss that would have to be taken or it would be far cheaper to purchase a new inventory car from Tesla and claim the $7500 tax credit, $1000 referral and then the additional $18,000 discount available on 100D's or up to $33,000 available on P100d model X's, minus any state credits on top.
     
  13. MrRandyB

    MrRandyB Member

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    IMHO this is priced high, i would expect this to be priced at $105k at the most

    In CO one can order a brand new one for $110k with the federal and state tax credits

    Model X 100D $96,000
    All-Wheel Drive included
    Solid Black Paint included
    22" Onyx Black Wheels $5,500
    Multi-Pattern Black included
    Multi-Pattern Black Seats included
    Dark Ash Wood Décor included
    Front Console included
    Black Headliner included
    Six Seat Interior $6,000
    High Amperage Charger included
    Enhanced Autopilot $5,000
    Full Self-Driving Capability $3,000
    Premium Upgrades Package $6,000
    Smart Air Suspension included
    Premium Sound included in premium package
    Subzero Weather Package included in premium package
    TOTAL $121,500
    Federal tax credit -$7,500
    CO State tax credit -$5,000
    TOTAL $110,200
     
  14. Sunshine State

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    The inventory cars are plentiful, much cheaper and still get the tax credits and eligible for 179 tax deductions
     
  15. DadEBoy

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    I always wonder about these situations myself. Buyer's remorse, noticing the large payments, illness, job loss?? There's an X for sale at a dealer in Fremont with less than 800 miles on it. What is that but an opportunity to buy a slightly used car with neither the tax credit nor CPO protection? (One thing that does seem to make some sense is when someone is replacing an S with an X.)
     
  16. eleison

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    I think most people just get caught up in the experience of buying a new car. And i also feel that a lot of Tesla buyers underestimate the car's depreciation because it is a "tesla."

    It does feel like there are lot more remorseful buyers as compared to other brands though. A lot of telsa buyers are probably first time buyers of expensive cars and they probably underestimate the cost of owning one. Welcome to the world of expensive cars. Its an excellent way for the wealthy to burn money just because they can though.
     
  17. CarlitoDoc

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    130K Loan ??? Yikes.
     
  18. BerTX

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    Likely no free Supercharging, also.
     

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