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Are CPO prices negotiable or "no hassle" and tell me what

Discussion in 'Model S: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by Believer, Jan 9, 2016.

  1. Believer

    Believer New Member

    Jan 9, 2016
    Charlottesville, Va
  2. dabbler

    dabbler Member

    Nov 30, 2015
    Mukwonago. WI
    I would get the twin chargers built into the price of the car, rather than paying the $2000 later to have it installed. Buy a HPWC, get it installed and with the twin chargers you can charge at a much faster rate.

    You also may at some point wish to purchase a set of 19" rims and tires for winter driving.
  3. StaceyS

    StaceyS Member

    Jul 10, 2015
    Bend, OR United States
    Prices are what they are. Non-negotiable.

    Get the dual chargers if you think you're going to be off the Supercharger network. I've never needed dual charging for charging at home (the car charges fully overnight on 1 charger). Our car has dual chargers and they've been handy off in the sticks. We've never needed it at home (just have a NEMA 14-50 plug).

    The 21" tires and wheels are fragile. Be very careful with potholes and road debris. They look terrific, but just a warning. Agreed on the 19" winter wheel/tire setup. We got Rial Luganos and Dunlop snowtires from

    The P85 is a blast. The AWD cars are definitely nice, but I personally enjoy the RWD experience more. We've got an early 2013 P85 purchased through the CPO program in June.

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