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CPO's are Back

Discussion in 'Model S: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by Thomas Allen, Apr 27, 2016.

  1. Thomas Allen

    Thomas Allen Member

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    I received a substantial list of CPO's available in the southeast yesterday, and paid my deposit on one today. Model S's priced from the mid $40,000's up. Check with your Pre Owned Advisor.
     
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    why don't you post the list up?
     
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    TaoJones Beyond Driven

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    Nice. So far ev-cpo lists, of the 415 entries, just one in the $70s: http://ev-cpo.com/
     
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    #4 Thomas Allen, Apr 27, 2016
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  5. Zaphod

    Zaphod Galaxy President (former)

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    Meh. Majority of those are 60s. That 85 for $35100 with almost 100k miles...o_O
     
  6. Az_Rael

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    I wonder if these will all make it into the CPO program with the CPO warranty? I had heard there was a list of "as is" cars out there as well.

    That 85 for $35k is a great deal if it comes with the CPO warranty
     
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    Cars with 60K+ miles will be sold as-is, or so I'm told. Thanks for posting that...now I'm even more anxious...
     
  8. Zaphod

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    Pretty sure there was a mileage cap to be considered eligible for CPO. Don't remember number but think it was like 50k? Highly doubt that one would be CPO.
     
  9. Az_Rael

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    Although... Even with that high of mileage, that 85 it still has lots of years on the battery and drive train warranty. $35k saves a lot of extra cash for out of warranty door handles, 12v batteries, etc.

    Damn you Tesla and your temptations.

    <repeats to self> "Az_Rael is going to be a good girl and wait for her Model 3"
     
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    Tempting I might just pick up the 85 for 35K. Sell it when the model 3 comes out. But the no warranty makes me want to hold back especially when the car is 2013. I would not hesitate if it was a 2014, but I hear the 2012 and 2013s have has a long list of issues. For a car without warranty and known to have problems, I think I am going to pass.
     
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    Did you ask for just red/white/silver cars or is this what is available?
     
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    I only requested those colors, so there must be many more cars available.
     
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    Who did you speak to in order to get the list? I called my local store and no one seems to know about it.
     
  15. BEEZR

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    There should be a Pre-Owned Advisor for your region -- they work for Tesla corporate. The local store should know who the contact is for your area.
     
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    Also appears the search was limited to East Coast. Thanks for posting. Hopefully others will do the same until the flood gates are opened.
     
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    They just need to put them online already. I feel silly emailing/calling people trying to find some magical list of cars. I don't get frustrated easily, but yes, it's a little frustrating.
     
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    I have to admit some of those 60s in the low 40s are attractive compared to all of the other EV/PHEV options at that price point. I mean a loaded up Audi A3 E-tron sits on top of that number after rebate and a BMW 330e would likely be even more money. Yes, the 60 would likely be of modest use on long trips in Texas, but still, I could probably live with a 43K "in town/suburban" car...its a shame I am a performance junky. ;>
     
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    I noticed most of those inventory finders are not too great. Don't seem to list everything that the Advisors have. It does suck to hound after them for a list of cars.
     
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    What with this do to the private party sale? I really like that 85 even the high mileage doesn't scare me, however I wonder what a private party sale would be after this "flood" appears. Might be another way to save some more money toward ancillary repairs.
     

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