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Help reconstructing a 2013 P85 Monroney Sticker

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  1. Superloud

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    I'm wondering if any of you could help me reconstruct how the MSRP of my 2013 P85 was composed?

    I recently bought a 2013 P85 (July 2013, VIN ~129XX).
    Being the numbers person that I am, I'd really love to know exactly what I got.

    I asked Tesla for the monroney details, but they said this car being older, it predates the ability in their system to get that information (apparently, these days even when a car changes ownership, all those details follow the car into the new owner's my tesla account).

    Here's what I think I know. Anyone care to help me fix/fill in the blanks?
    Model S Performance - $92,400.00
    Red Multi Coat Paint - $1500.00
    All Glass Panoramic Roof - $1500.00
    Carbon Fiber Spoiler - ??
    21' Grey Wheels - ??
    Tan Performance Interior - included?
    Obeche Wood Matte Decor - ??
    85 kWh Battery - included?
    Tech Package - $3,750.00
    Sound Studio Package - $950.00
    Active Air Suspension - ??
    Rear Facing Seat - $1500.00
    Paint Armor - $950.00
    Twin Chargers - $1500.00
    Super charging Hardware and Accessories - included?
    White Alcantra Headliner - ??
    I have LEDs under my door armrests, was there a lighting pkg back then? - ??
    (the guy at Tesla service said I seem to have a real leather center armrest, while my door armrests don't look like leather...so I *think* my car has every option other than the "extended leather" option)
     
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    This might help (this was for an inventory car):
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    #3 Superloud, Apr 11, 2016
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    Thank you @tezzla!
    Seriously I think you just nailed it. The seller said the total was supposed to be something like $111k

    adding in the wheels at $4500
    plus destination at $1170
    they also included a NIB Tesla HPWC that they said cost $1200 (even though now it looks like $750)

    so that would bring the total to just about $111k
     
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    Slightly earlier build.
     

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    Hmm! Ok thanks @Leland.
    If in July 2013 the 21" wheels were still included, then I'm not sure how it adds up to $111k.
    The other possibility is that the seller overstated the original MSRP.

    At any rate, the biggest take away here is how much I appreciate the help on this forum. Big thanks.
     
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    Probably including the sales tax. We were $112,274 OTD with the HPWC on the MVPA.
     
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    I also wasn't sure if I should interpret $111k as including tax. But, that doesn't add up either:
    Model S Performance - $92,400.00
    Red Multi Coat Paint - $1500.00
    All Glass Panoramic Roof - $1500.00
    Tech Package - $3,750.00
    Sound Studio Package - $950.00
    Rear Facing Seat - $1500.00
    Paint Armor - $950.00
    Twin Chargers - $1500.00
    HPWC - $1200
    Delivery - $1170
    TOTAL = $106,420
    + 8.75% tax = $115,732 "out the door"?

    even subtracting the $10k in rebates/credits would bring it down to $105,732

    Any way I slice it, I can't seem to hit $111k...that's why I'm trying to work from the ground up.

    The car also included the front center console ($600 is my guess but I think that was done after purchase)
    And the windows were tinted (no idea how much this cost)
     
  8. tezzla

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    I believe there were a couple of price changes (meaning: price increase) between Leland's purchase (2-2013) & mine (priced 8-2013)
     
  9. Dmworkman

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    thanks for this info. i just purchased a 2013 P85 (April build) and have been looking for similar info. this is extremely helpful.
     
  10. NOLA_Mike

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    Here's another one for a June 2013 delivered P85+

    Mike

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