Local owner is considering selling a Roadster 1.5. Original owner, 3k miles, outside is great other than a scrape on the rear bumper. One battery sheet is bad (verified by Tesla service center) so the car charges on 110, but not 240. Owner purchased the battery replacement plan, though, which as I understand it means you could get a free battery replacement at 8 years, correct? Are there features that I should be looking for that affect the final price significantly? Just poking around here in the forums, it seems like $65k might be a fair price for this car if the battery was in complete working order. How much does having a battery issue affect the value? How much does having the battery replacement plan help offset that? Since I have a Model S, the Roadster would not be my daily driver, so the fact that it takes a long time to charge is probably something I could live with for another two years until the battery replacement kicked in. It would also be nice if Tesla allowed the battery replacement plan to offset replacement cost for 400 mile battery option, especially if you waited past the 8 year mark for the swap.