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For Sale - 2016 Model S 75D AP2.0

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by asharma, Aug 31, 2017.

  1. asharma

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    2016 Tesla Model S 75D

    The Basics:

    VIN #: 5YJSA1E22GF168434
    Miles: 7,500 miles
    Nov 2016 build with AP 2.0 Hardware
    Purchase date (paperwork signing etc.): Dec 31, 2016
    Actual Delivery date: March 10, 2016
    Lifetime free supercharging will transfer with the car, woohoo!!
    Location of vehicle: San Francisco Bay Area

    Exterior specs:
    Solid Black Paint (sure is a beauty when it's is clean)
    Retractable Sunroof (gotta love 'em sunny CA days)
    19" standard wheels

    Interior Specs:
    Multi-pattern Black seats
    Dark Ashwood Decor
    Dark Headliner
    Sub-zero weather package

    Other Nifty details:
    No messy kids/dogs were allowed inside the car
    Driven only by me as a commuter car (Never taken on a long road trip)
    Hand-washed (yes, that's right) by me every two weeks and it has never seen an automatic car wash (like ever!)
    Waxed and sealed once a quarter (really is a labor of love)
    The car was inspected by Tesla 3.5 months back and it checked out all OK.
    And a Bonus: This car comes with a free Tesla service (yes, Free!!). Tesla messed up my delivery date and I was able to negotiate a free service.

    Price: Asking $69,500. The car is currently configured as a 60D, so if you prefer to buy it that way, I will reduce the asking price by $2,000 (i.e. $67,500). I am also happy to upgrade to 75D, but honestly I have never found the range to be that limiting, so my suggestion would be to drive it for a bit as a 60KWh battery and then upgrade to 75KWh if you need that extra range.

    Please PM me for contact details or if you have any questions about the car.

    Posting a few pictures of the car with this post as well.
     

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  2. stan23

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    You may want to mention of AP is enabled or not. I assume not, but you put AP2.0 in your title which is confusing.
     
  3. asharma

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    Sorry forgot to add that Enhanced Autopilot is enabled in the car. Adding photos of the back of the car as well.
     

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    In that case, this is a really good deal!
     
  5. asharma

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    #5 asharma, Aug 31, 2017
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    Also there is a typo in original post. Actual delivery date was March 10, 2017 NOT 2016.
     
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    seems like the OP has really up'ed his offering from his previous post!
     
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    No autopilot enabled correct?
     
  8. asharma

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    EAP is most definitely enabled. See the previous couple posts. Forgot to add that to the original post. thx
     
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    I'm new here, but I've been following Tesla prices for a few months now. I have to say I'm baffled by prices of 1-2 year old used Teslas. People don't seem to be taking into account what a similar new Tesla would cost *after* tax credits. For example, I could get a very similar NEW 75D for $72,450 after the $7,500 tax credit and the $1,000 referal credit, like this one here:
    Model S 75D 5YJSA1E25HF192860 | Tesla
    That one has all the options of the one in this thread, plus leather seats and subzero package. So, a "good deal" is getting a used Tesla with 7,500 miles for maybe a couple thousand dollars at most off of the price of a new one?
     
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    Just wanted to add - no offense intended to anyone. I'm just confused by some of the prices I see.
     
  11. SageBrush

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    I came up with $81.5k before tax credit after I added EAP, D, and his other options. I was unable to add cold weather package separately, so if that is important to the owner it is another $5k as part of the Premium interior. On the flip side new cars have air suspension but OP's does not -- I think.
     
  12. daustin360

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    Yeah the reality is Tesla will continually lower prices of their cars or effectively lower the price by adding new options and features. This is a unique situation that used car pricing is generally not structured to take into account because model years are fixed brackets.

    This car is used, has 7500 miles, and is only a few k off from a new build... yet does not have:
    AP2.5 (3)
    Included Air
    New Drive Units

    Sure there are people that don't realize this, but in general, used prices are very inflated lately considering a new build is a VERY different car.
     
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    #13 cgiGuy, Sep 1, 2017
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    Just keep in mind that the car you linked to did have 230 miles when they posted it (and probably more by the time you'd get it), but those are either loaner or test drive miles. So, potentially hundreds of people have climbed in and out of it and many have driven it (usually wanting to know "what this thing can do"). So, you're getting a "used" car anyways.

    Also, the inventory car is eligible for the tax credit, but you have to wait until next year to see it. So, that's also an advantage to a third party that's priced similar or lower.

    Oh.. and don't forget the (up to) $2500 delivery fee on inventory vehicles.

    Just my $.02. I think it's a pretty good deal, but that's also his posted asking price... so who knows? Maybe someone could negotiate a better deal.
     
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    If the OP's car is really well maintained and would look almost new when detailed, I think this is a pretty solid deal. I sold my 2016 Model X for $76.5k few weeks back when a new one can be got for $77k (after federal tax credit)...

    I also know of other people in this forum getting very high trade in values from Tesla. For example, one guy with similar spec as OP is getting a trade-in quote of 76k from Tesla.
     
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    For sale threads are not the place to speculate about pricing. PleasE post your concerns/analysis elsewhere. Idiot!
    are you buying? if not, please take your opinions elsewhere. clearly not the place to speculate about pricing! For some people $5-6K could be a lot of money and the difference between buying new/used. no offense intended. thanks!
     
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    As one who stood up for your for sale post, I'd like to say this is completely uncalled for. This is public forum, not a paid car sales site.
     
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  17. asharma

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    This is a "For Sale" thread, not a general "chit chat" thread. We should limit discussion to those between sellers and prospective buyers.
     
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    Send your wishes to the site owner, but that's not the way it works. Attacks on other members will only get you banned.
     
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  19. asharma

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    Most definitely not attacking anyone, but strongly believe "For Sale" threads should be limited to discussions that are relevant to that posting. General chit chat (in this case re: how inflated used Tesla prices are) are perhaps better suited for this thread: General chit-chat in "For Sale" threads
     
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    Really? You even quoted him saying "No offense intended."
     
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