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FOR SALE: MODEL S 75D W/ ENHANCED V2 AUTOPILOT

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by Luap736, Jul 5, 2017.

  1. Luap736

    Luap736 New Member

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    I am selling this amazing car because I am about to purchase a new house and need to reduce my debt to income ratio to get approved for the new mortgage. This car is in immaculate condition. It is a late 2016 model s which was made after the November update when all the AP2 hardware was added. I have paid to enable Enhanced autopilot which is a $5k upgrade. The color is Deep Blue Metallic with a tan interior. As for upgrades it has the sunroof, the cold weather package, and of course the premium upgrades package. The car currently has just under 8k miles which means there is over 42k miles left on the factory warranty. It has the figured ash wood decor and the Tesla branded all weather matts throughout the entire car which includes front trunk, rear trunk, rear trunk footwell, driver and passenger side, and the back seats. The floor mats alone cost around $600.It also has the model S rear liftgate sunshade which helps keep the heat down in the car. The car is so new that it hasn't needed any maintenance, but I had the tires rotated at 6k miles. The car has never been in any accidents of any kind, even minor fender benders. I am able to provide a carfax prior to the sale. I am asking $82,000 for this amazing car.
     
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  2. 7summits

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    Did you really mean to write this?

    Shoot, my house is going to cost more than I originally thought, maybe I list my car on TMC and try to find some idiot to pay more than what it would cost brand new to buy.

    In all seriousness, that price is ludicrous.
     
  3. chillaban

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    That might be an overly cynical way of reframing what he wrote…. I agree that the asking price is unrealistically high, though.

    To the OP, I'd recommend taking the car to CarMax and also getting a trade-in quote from Tesla, and realistically planning on 10% max on top of that being what you can get for a private party sale. Good luck!
     
  4. four-walling

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    Don't see any Tesla's for sale antwhere on Carmax. Guess they don't want to deal in them.
     
  5. RichardD

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    No but they will give you a quote. or the Tesla service centers will as well.
     
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  6. Rault18

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    I was excited when I saw the title.....then I saw the price...
     
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  7. Bebop

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    I'm willing to bet the offers they give are so bad that no one would even consider it.
     
  8. SageBrush

    SageBrush 2018: Drain the Sewer

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    If I priced out this car new correctly to match the OP, it is $85k before any eligible tax credits, although I may have missed the sunroof.

    How much would Tesla buy it back for ? My (probably ignorant) guess is in the low 60s.
     
  9. FlyingCookie

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    I’d pay about $55k, at most. Considering I can forfeit AP 2 and get a CPO P85D with almost all the options for less than $70k, why on Earth would anyone pay $80+ for a 75D with few upgrades?

    Granted, I’m set on at least an 85D...
     
  10. Spainman54

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    While I do think his price is too high, I don't see any P85D or 85D CPO for "under $70k."
     
  11. Spainman54

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    Ok there is one CPO 85D 2015 with 39k miles and not many options for 64k
     
  12. louis2003b

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    This is hilarious!
     
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  13. gr2020

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    To be fair, you guys, the car as described is $90,300 new as of today before tax credits. So while his asking price may or may not be high, it's certainly not above the price of a new one today. Although it's very close to the new price if you factor in the federal tax credit.

    This is assuming options of 75D, blue, sunroof, tan leather, premium, EAP, subzero...
     
  14. Bebop

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    You could get a P85D for this price.
     
  15. democappy

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    That is the thing. Take your $90,300 + 1,200 delivery fee - $7,500 tax credit - $1,000 referral = $83k. Does anyone think a Tesla loses only $1k in value being used and driven for 8k miles? Throw in the low rate if you want to finance the car and it might even be a little cheaper.

    You could also get this new inventory 75D blue/tan with AP2 and PUP and only 200 miles for a few grand less since it is still eligible for the tax incentives: Model S 75D 5YJSA1E29HF198435 | Tesla

    I just don't see any possible way anyone would be interested at this price.
     
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  16. Bebop

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    This car is worth right now 74K tops (assuming no smart air suspension) based on KBB.

    Simply because of the low miles.

    So either a P85D with AP1.0 or a 75D with AP2.0

    It comes down to if you want AP2 or not at the moment.
     
  17. Mike K

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    Not to add insult to injury but you guys also aren't taking into account the fact that a new 75D is substantially faster than this one would be. I think it's 4.2 seconds to 60 on the new cars versus 5.4 on these.
     
  18. Emvdl

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    I guess trying to make money? He needs the money for his house... you guys are just too smart to fall for this...
     
  19. SharkDoc

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    Bought my 85D for 63k a couple weeks ago. This one is way overpriced!
     
  20. CameronB

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    I agree his price seems high...but what something is "worth" is ultimately what someone else is willing to pay for it, right? If someone does pay his price, he has maximized his car's used value.

    If nobody does, then he will likely lower his price until he finds equilibrium with the current market. He won't have been the first person asking higher than market rates for his car - and won't be the last one. He'll figure it out.
     

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