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How much would you pay for this Model S P85?

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    2013 Model S P85 Dual Chargers, Rear Facing Seats, Upgraded Sound, Tech Package, Glass Pano, Carbon Fiber Trim, 19" wheels even though car came with 21" but now has 19" 82k miles, whats a good price for this car in good condition?
     
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    is it realistic to find them at this price even with those miles? Lowest I saw was like 51k
     
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    I paid 53 for my 2012 p85 with came with 43k miles
     
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    thats a good deal but a $18k difference for a year newer with double the miles and lots of options i think sounds unrealistic does it not?
     
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    Not sure how much it is worth but mine was also a cpo which tend to be more than private sellers. I doubt any body will pay more than 40K for your car
     
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    Does it have the extended warranty
     
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    No, again still think you are way off..
     
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    While it probably is only worth in the 30's I think a no reserve eBay auction would land in the low 40's just due to supply and demand in that price point.
     
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    don't you guys think miles considered the extra options definitely add value as compared to just a regular P85?
     
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    Just takes one buyer - my post above was just an opinion and I'd love to be wrong and your car worth way more!
     
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    The only options that car has that the vast majority of other P85s would not have is the dual chargers and RFS. I think the mileage is a big turn off. I would tend to agree with others: high 30s/low 40s.
     

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