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How much can I get for my car?

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by FrederikBoivin, Sep 17, 2017.

  1. FrederikBoivin

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    We are looking to swipe the MS 85 for a used 90D. I am wondering how much I can ask for my beauty... I dod not find many to compare to...

    Here it is - feel free to drop your 2 cents!

    Car is located in Quebec, Canada... but it can be sold in the USA. If you indicate a price, please say if it is CAN or US...

    2013 S85
    363 km @ 90%
    Metallic Dolphin Gray
    Pano roof
    Silver 19'' wheels, with Michelin Primacy Tires and Nokia Hakka 8 winter tires
    Piano Black decor
    Air suspension
    Tech package
    Power liftgate
    Premium lightning
    Supercharger enabled for life!
    Twin chargers
    Parking sensors
    Fog lamps
    Subzero / Cold weather package


    Currently at around 190k km. Mostly highway - we drive 3-4 times a week from sherbrooke to montreal, which is 350km front and back.

    1 small ding on the trunk, otherwise in perfect shape...

    Merci!

    frederik at fboivin dot com
     
  2. dsm363

    dsm363 Roadster + Sig Model S

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    Might be worth posting some photos as well.
     
  3. FrederikBoivin

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  4. FrederikBoivin

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  5. FrederikBoivin

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    there you go! if that can help...
     
  6. FrederikBoivin

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    come on, show some love!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)
     
  7. stan23

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    If I had to guess, I would say you could get around 35k for it.
     
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  8. b team

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    Are those leather seats? You might want to add that to your list of specs.
     
  9. FrederikBoivin

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    Yep, leather is pleasure...
     
  10. JPUConn

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    Does the car work in the US for charging/supercharging?

    With 118k miles and no warranty besides the drivetrain I'd be a serious buyer at $25k.

    To attract more prospects I would publish in miles as well as km for those too lazy to multiply by .62 (like I was when you originally posted)
     
  11. Grisik

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    I'd go $25001
     
  12. BrandonG

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    You can't even buy a salvaged Model S for $25K. I'd say you can get $32-37K American dollars if you aren't in a hurry to sell.
     
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  13. SmartElectric

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    Judging by the trade in quote I received earlier this year on a similar vintage Model S but with half the km driven, I'm willing to bet Tesla's trade in quote was $30K Canadian (or less!).

    Market value in Canada is more like $42K for private sale. Good luck.

    Tesla S is a more substantial vehicle than the Model 3, and with the Tesla 3 is still a year away, and with base price of ~$42K plus substantial Ontario or Quebec rebates, a used S with high km will be worth more now, vs a year from now.

    I've done the trade up math on our 2013 Tesla S, and might just end up keeping it long term given how cheap it is to run, even if the depreciation over the next 18 months will be substantially more than the depreciation in the past few years.
     
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  14. FrederikBoivin

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    Thanks for the responses.

    To break it down fast and easy... Tesla gives me more or less 30k... but tells me I can get around 50k if I sell by myself.
    Mileage does not have the same effect on an electric car as it does on a ICE...

    Anyways, will see what happens. The car still runs like new - I just want more range... I can keep it for an other 200,000 km...
     
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  15. SamT

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    If you want more range, you should wait for a model 3 LR. With that many miles on your current model S, you probably will not get much for it, might as well keep it until your model 3 arrives.
     
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  16. Manzacoty

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    One with 114k miles just went through auction today for $30k USD. I'm going to say $28k trade in, $30k - auction $32k private sell - $34k - dealer. All USD
     
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  17. FrederikBoivin

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    Sold. 55,000 cnd$, if you ask.

    There are not that many on the used market in canada, and surely not at that price...
     
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  18. SmartElectric

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    That's a great price you got, pretty low depreciation for a high mileage car. Congrats!
     
  19. FrederikBoivin

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    Setting the new standard... ;)
     
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