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FS -2022 MSLR fully loaded with. FSD, Los Angeles Area - "Refresh 2.0"

I am selling my 2022 MSLR, delivered March 2022. MSM, White/Black interior, 21" Arachnids, FSD activated, 16,200 miles. "Refresh 2.0" (New headlights and rear lights) changed by Tesla in early 2022. No tilt screen.

Ceramic coating, exterior window protection and ceramic window tint added. Mobile charger included, never used. New Yoke, great condition with two minor scuffs on wheels. Will provide photos to those interested. Los Angeles Area. Has loan to be paid off.

Asking $105,000 (which includes a $2,000 discount as tires will be needed soon).

Absolutely nothing wrong with the car - selling because it took 54 weeks for delivery and while waiting I ordered another car which just came in.
 

2022 MSLR 11k miles for 90k with EAP . Those prices are dropping like a rock.
Yeah but it has 19" wheels and no FSD. that is a $10K difference right there. With that VIN I also cannot tell if it has the new headlights. But I am happy with my price for now.
 
That’s a lot of miles for such a short period of time.
What are you insinuating? I drive 25-30K per year. My daily commute is 80 miles plus any additional miles for my profession. Almost all freeway miles. There are a lot of cars out there for this price range. I buy electric as I really save $400-$600 per month in gas. I cannot imagine spending this much on this car to only drive 10K per year. If that were the case I'd buy a BMW 8 or a MB AMG GT series or something like that. But that's me.
 
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What are you insinuating? I drive 25-30K per year. My daily commute is 80 miles plus any additional miles for my profession. Almost all freeway miles. There are a lot of cars out there for this price range. I buy electric as I really save $400-$600 per month in gas. I cannot imagine spending this much on this car to only drive 10K per year. If that were the case I'd buy a BMW 8 or a MB AMG GT series or something like that. But that's me.
Why respond? Unfortunately this marketplace is known for knocking posters. Don't waste your time.
 

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What are you insinuating? I drive 25-30K per year. My daily commute is 80 miles plus any additional miles for my profession. Almost all freeway miles. There are a lot of cars out there for this price range. I buy electric as I really save $400-$600 per month in gas. I cannot imagine spending this much on this car to only drive 10K per year. If that were the case I'd buy a BMW 8 or a MB AMG GT series or something like that. But that's me.
I’m not insinuating anything, just stating the high mileage and price that doesn’t compensate for it. It’s also interesting that it needs new tires at 16,000 miles if they were all freeway miles.
 
I’m not insinuating anything, just stating the high mileage and price that doesn’t compensate for it. It’s also interesting that it needs new tires at 16,000 miles if they were all freeway miles.
It is a very common for these cars to trash tires from normal driving. I am currently replacing 2 front tires with just over 12000 miles on them. Completely bald, failed a NYS inspection. Probably a 70-30 mix of long highway drives to city. Kinda sucks really... Check out the last 2 pages of this thread.

 
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It is a very common for these cars to trash tires from normal driving. I am currently replacing 2 front tires with just over 12000 miles on them. Completely bald, failed a NYS inspection. Probably a 70-30 mix of long highway drives to city. Kinda sucks really... Check out the last 2 pages of this thread.

Thank you for your comment. I was not going to bother responding to the consistently negative, condescending comments from Kairide. My experience with ZR rated low-profile tires have ranged from 10K-to 18K miles over a variety of high performance vehicles. And my tires still have between 5-6mm on them. But if I was buying a 100K car I would not want to worry about tires and that is why I was offering a discount.
 
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