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Discussion in 'Model S' started by mbhforum, Apr 20, 2017.
Yes, and that's why it was a 3-4k difference and not a 10k difference.
You know AP2 doesn't work (yet) right? You dodged a bullet with a CPO AP1. What feature exactly are you missing in your CPO?
If you really want I'm sure you can pick up an AP2 car in 1-2 years when/if the features actually work and save a ton of depreciation.
Yes, I'm aware. I'm not seriously considering getting rid of my CPO, just wanted to see if the feelings I had were common among Tesla drivers.
OP.. sounds like you got a descent deal
Yep, quite common, and you are right on schedule.
Given that Tesla tends to roll out quarterly "stuff" (good bad or indifferent....eyes of the beholder kinda thing), you can expect to be lured into feeling left out or missing out roughly 4x year. So, it's best to resist temptation or envy, and simply love what you have. Go have a blast!
I believe I did based on other CPO prices I've seen. The best part is Tesla forgot to charge me the $2,000 to transport the car to my local SC
Indeed a "descent" deal - a descent into cognitive dissonance, which is the normative state of living with a leading edge product. Sorry I couldn't resist, it's been a long week..
@mbhforum why don't you trade for a new 75? I have been in your situation a few times over the years and have always felt the $ hit you take on getting what you want is worth it. Plus if your financing the new car rates are very good. At any rate, I'm glad to hear your enjoying your Tesla and wanting to upgrade