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FYI: Inv. P90D fully loaded for $1,200/month

Discussion in 'Model X: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by hmmm, Jan 14, 2017.

  1. hmmm

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    Having leased an inventory car at a steep discount thanks to a thread on here, I am always curious to see if there are deals out there even if I am not in the market...I guess I have too much time on my hands...

    Stumbled upon this one in SF this morning, $33k off MSRP

    Model X P90D 5YJXCBE45GF000441 | Tesla

    A P100D roughly optioned the same way would be about $2,350 for reference.

    (and yes, leases are not for everyone, etc etc.).
     
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    I'm sure this is irrational but when I see one of these deals and the build number is low like this (#444) I imagine a mess of early build problems.

    Crazy?
     
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    Not necessarily...I know folks who've had flawless experiences with low VINs, but I also know of others who, well, you know...
     
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    #4 Xenoilphobe, Jan 14, 2017
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    I has 14,000 miles on it, so minus $1 per mile + wear and tear... I'm sure the battery counter is close to maxed if this is a demo car, so you may be getting a 90D with a P logo.. right?

    If I were looking at any P90D's I would want the Service Center to tell me how many times the battery "trip counter" had been tripped and how many "trips" were left, before it becomes a 90D.
    Pack Performance and Launch Mode Limits
     
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    From what we know so far, the P doesn't fall off after a bazillion launches. The L does. (1600A down to 1500A).

    If it's concern, you could probably get Tesla to sell/lease it to you with Ludicrous mode disabled. When I was looking at inventory cars, that was an option.
     
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    This P90D is showing a range of 250 miles. The non-performance 90-D is listed with a range of 257. If going form the P90D to 90D increases the range from 250 to 257, does that mean that going from a P100D to a 100D will increase the range from 289 to just around 296 or 297? That sounds a little disappointing to me.
     

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