Sounds like a great deal, what kind of depreciation are you expectingI just purchased a 2017 Xp100d CPO for $50,000 off sticker. Strange part is the sticker was $171,000!! It has 12000 miles on it. I still get the $7500.00 tax credit also. I sure hope this is as good of a deal as it seems
Did you negotiate or did they offer that $50k off?I just purchased a 2017 Xp100d CPO for $50,000 off sticker. Strange part is the sticker was $171,000!! It has 12000 miles on it. I still get the $7500.00 tax credit also. I sure hope this is as good of a deal as it seems
Do NOT BUY MY LEMON Model X 90D. VIN: 005674.
This car has almost countless manufacturing defects. Doors needed to be adjust many times, including new motors. I added 1/4inch weatherstripping to stop abundant airflow around them (noise and cold came in, couldn't keep car warm in winter). Now the windshield wipers are stuck in the 'up' position, refusing to go down. Driver's seat is now being replaced for unclear reasons, but cold NJ winters have had NO HEAT IN SEAT! Key fob died totally. Once the car just stopped working when parked at office. Tesla sent a flatbed for it. It's been 18 months and Tesla is close to 'making a deal' to replace this lemon, but has really refused to refund the deposit paid on the lease. Whatever deal may include a non-disclosure agreement, not in force as of today, so here is my recommendation:
DO NOT BUY LEMON MODEL X 90D: VIN 005674.
Really great advice! Tesla sells its Lemons via CPO and doesn’t notify the purchaser that there were any issues. THIS IS WRONG!! Be careful with CPO my Tesla friends.
. You are much better off purchasing a new Tesla regardless of the discount.
I don't see this car currently, or ever being listed as a CPO.
This is just not true. Tens of thousands of people have bought CPOs from Tesla and are very satisfied. Please do not spread FUD.
I sure wish that it wasn’t true.....
Tesla accused of knowingly selling defective vehicles in new lawsuit | The Verge
“There’s no merit to this lawsuit. Mr. Williams’ description of how Tesla sells used or loaner vehicles is totally false and not how we do things at Tesla,” a representative for the company said in response to the lawsuit.