The purpose of this thread is to provide a "Toolkit" of resources to help potential pre-owned Tesla buyers & sellers to determine current market value for used Tesla vehicles. Why that's so simple, right!? Just go to Kelley Blue Book online, input the year, make, model, etc. Then the seller simply takes that price, adds a few pics, and posts an ad online where, within a few days, a buyer spots the car, looks it up on Kelley Blue Book, comes up with the same price, and gladly buys the car from the seller. If only it was that easy! So how does one determine CURRENT MARKET VALUE for a Tesla? Are any of you potential buyers tired of reading countless private party ads online, only to compare them to TESLA's CPO website and discover that the private party has priced their vehicle HIGHER then a comparable CPO from Tesla that includes a four year 50K mile warranty? Are any of you potential sellers tired of using an online pricing tool to determine the price of your vehicle, only to have potential buyers either not responding to your add or offering many thousands of dollars less then what the value of the car SHOULD be? And what about TRADE-IN value? What is a fair amount to look for from TESLA or another dealer? So what tools should one use to determine price for a used Tesla? Where do you find these tools? how do you use them? What about intangibles that affect price? When posting, please include online references whenever possible. Let's make this thread a treasure trove of tips and resources to assist both buyers and sellers in their quest to own and drive the BEST CAR IN THE WORLD! After all, even the sellers are eventually going to buy another Tesla anyway!