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CPO 90D or P85D?

Discussion in 'Model S: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by ahurst, Jan 23, 2017.

  1. ahurst

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    Which would you choose?
    2016 90D or 2015 P85D?
    Prices is roughly the same, as well as options.
    90D is one year newer with fewer miles.
     
  2. Havok1327

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    All things being equal I'd probably do the 90D. Unless you feel the dual motors would help with weather related road conditions in your area.

    The 90D Is also a model year newer and you should have better resale value in the future.
     
  3. ahurst

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    Are there vast performance differences?
    I know the P is one second faster to 60, but I was more interested in freeway passing power.
     
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    So 45 to 70 is relatively the same?
     
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    90D Newer, less miles. If you want to be able to upgrade to ludicrous mode then P85D would be your way to go!
     
  7. ahurst

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    Do they still offer that upgrade?
    Is it $2k?
     
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    You don't seem to care about an shaving 1s 0 to 60, so the 90D seems like the way to go (ie less miles, newer). Both cars will give you plenty of "passing power".
     
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    I believe they will not upgrade it as a CPO. So unless the original owner did before they traded it in, it's not possible. The upgrade is more than just a software upgrade and is only available to original owners.
     
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    There is a P85D CPO with Ludicrous upgrade. Tempting.
     
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    If you send or post the VINs in question, I will look into it and let you know what the problem is.
     
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    Well the Tesla detail page itself says "Smart Air Suspension" and it includes the correct option code: SU01 Smart Air Suspension

    If it actually doesn't have SAS, then it's a coding error on Tesla's end.
     
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    Thanks. Brent confirmed you are correct.
     
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    Thanks. My handle is "HankLloydRIGHT" for a reason. :):p:rolleyes:
     
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    You are the architect of a good website. I couldn't help myself.
     
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    The 90D has ~40 miles more range. Some owners can only charge the P85D to 245 miles after 2 years. I don't think I have ever needed to floor the accelerator for either the 90D or even my old 85, although I have done it for fun. The P85D acceleration in loaners I've had impresses people way more than the 90D.

    While I would love to have the performance model, which I would probably take advantage of for 20 seconds a year to show off, the 90D makes more sense and it's newer.
     

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