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2018 Model 3 LR AWD for sale -- Minnesota

2018 Model 3 LR AWD
Minneapolis area, Minnesota

Gauging interest on selling our Pearl White 2018 Model 3 LR AWD.
* 18" Aeros
* Enhanced Autopilot
* Full Self Driving
* All Black Premium interior
* 32k mi
* Tesla All-Weather Mats
* Frunk mat
* Trunk mat

Pics!
* https://photos.app.goo.gl/EtpgtaTciBaA49qf9

just realized how few interior pics I happened to have. Will take a bunch of anyone that's interested, but its the All Black Premium Interior a bunch of Tesla enthusiasts will be familiar with.

Clear title asking $50k
 
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Last month paid $51920 - $1875 (Fed Tax Credit) = $50,045 for below listed configuration:
2019 Model 3, RED, 19" wheels, FSD, about 1100 miles (inventory), with Free Supercharging for 2 years. :)

With 32K miles, you are about 30-40% in depreciation on the retail price.

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cucubits

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@KCapital agreed you got an awesome deal of 6770 discount plus 2 year of FSC.
Not sure how many folks here can get that kinda deal when ordering a brand new Model 3.
Agreed OP asking price is high at 50K
You cannot keep your MVPA as a yard stick for someone else's sale price.

That's true but current used price should be based on what the new car price is now, not based on how much the OP paid way back in 2018.

Standard depreciation for the first year should be 15-20% but with that many miles, he should expect 25-30% to be fair. In this case if anyone pays more the $40k for this car, they're overpaying, no matter what the OP or anyone else tells them.
 
That's true but current used price should be based on what the new car price is now, not based on how much the OP paid way back in 2018.

Standard depreciation for the first year should be 15-20% but with that many miles, he should expect 25-30% to be fair. In this case if anyone pays more the $40k for this car, they're overpaying, no matter what the OP or anyone else tells them.

Low to mid $40's seems about right for a retail sale. Not everyone can use the $1,875 tax credit.
 

cucubits

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May 17, 2019
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No harassment club here but usually the number of people commenting on the price and explaining why it's way out of line is directly proportional to how insane the asking price is.

Trouble is, if no-one says anything, the car of course won't sell at that price and the thread would just die and be buried here for future sellers or buyers to stumble upon and be completely misled to think that this is an actual price for a used 3 so they either think it's ok to ask this much for a year old car with that many miles or if it's a buyer who's looking, they'll be lured into thinking it's ok to pay this much.

Sorry, I always want to give the benefit of doubt for any sellers here and don't mean to scare off actual buyers. If you adjust the price to a more sane level, I'm sure you'll find a buyer... on the other hand, you can't expect to sell a one year old used car with that many miles and not take a bigger than usual depreciation hit.
 
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Generally people also don't ask an outlandish price and then complain that people called it outlandish if they actually want people to help them price the car. Given this is a fan community and you cant sort current for sale cars by price a lot of sellers are looking for suckers here. People aren't likely to complain on threads where people ask reasonable prices. People also aren't here to help you make the most money off your used car.
 
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To give perspective I just bought a M3 LR RWD FSD w/ sport wheels, perm interior 25k miles and blue exterior for 43k.

Edit: Also born in MN. SKOL.
That sounds like a fair price give the options if you were deff getting FSD. I could see this car going for a bit more even after factoring the smaller wheels and higher mileage.
 
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