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CPO Prices? Getting normal?

Stan Moraski

Apr 22, 2016
Canton, CT
i noticed today that CPO prices seem to be normalizing a bit. A p85d with four year warranty for $66K? That’s only $10K more than I paid for my p85 two years ago.
Any thoughts on the wild swing? Is there a method to the Tesla CPO madness?
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Reactions: davidc18


Active Member
Mar 24, 2017
St Augustine, Fl
No, heck no. I was by my SC. There sat 6 trade ins. I asked about sales. He said no. We hold them till prices goes up and there fewer for sale.
Honestly, only advantage to buying cpo, is warranty reset. There are so many for sale on open market. Cargurus gas 15.


Active Member
Oct 2, 2013
SF Bay Area
If you go to ev-cpo hunter site and sort by date, you will see that the longest lived cars for sale are P85s. Seems like they are forced to drop the price if they want to sell them.

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