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55K for 100D Model X from Tesla??


Certainly the mileage playing a factor in that one.., Check this 17' MS 100D for $40K!! Just shy of 100K miles but $40K and you have 1yr/10K miles of Tesla coverage (not much but something)
 
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Certainly the mileage playing a factor in that one.., Check this 17' MS 100D for $40K!! Just shy of 100K miles but $40K and you have 1yr/10K miles of Tesla coverage (not much but something)
Wow that’s tempting. Shame about the basic autopilot - what’s the cost to upgrade to EAP these days? $2k transportation fee for me, too
 

Certainly the mileage playing a factor in that one.., Check this 17' MS 100D for $40K!! Just shy of 100K miles but $40K and you have 1yr/10K miles of Tesla coverage (not much but something)
Wow, what a great deal. I'd probably jump on that if I were in the market for a new-to-me Model S.
 

This seems like a pretty good deal to me. Nothing in this for me, it just stood out as it's a pretty well loaded 100D for 55K.
Sold! Next time just message me lol
 
What is the disadvantage of just basic autopilot? just curious
The biggest disadvantage of basic autopilot for AP2 is that it doesn't change lanes on the freeway, even if you press the turn signal. Instead, you have to disable autopilot, change langes, then re-enable autopilot. All those sounds of disengaging and re-engaging mute/interrupt your music playing. I have FSD so luckily I don't have to deal with that, I just press the turn signal and it changes lanes safely. Occasionally I use navigate on autopilot too. I also use FSD on city streets with support for traffic lights/following through intersections every day.
 

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The biggest disadvantage of basic autopilot for AP2 is that it doesn't change lanes on the freeway, even if you press the turn signal. Instead, you have to disable autopilot, change langes, then re-enable autopilot. All those sounds of disengaging and re-engaging mute/interrupt your music playing. I have FSD so luckily I don't have to deal with that, I just press the turn signal and it changes lanes safely. Occasionally I use navigate on autopilot too. I also use FSD on city streets with support for traffic lights/following through intersections every day.

i don't believe that's correct. any iteration of "autopilot" will change lanes with a manual turn signal press.
 

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