Unless you see the car, you really can't tell whether this is a good price or not. Condition matters, a lot. Consider that they also have another P85D with 10K more miles for $78.7K, so what do you think justifies this 32% higher price? Tesla prices their cars at what they think they can sell it at and then gradually drop the price if they don't sell - logical sales strategy. Yes, they sometimes get priced back up, usually when a supply for a particular model is running low, again, which also makes sense. Unfortunately condition is not listed online, so we really cannot tell.