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Lease Takeover $552+ Tax 2016 Model S Facelift 75D Red/Tan Rear Facing Seats AP1 Supercharging

Putting out a feeler on my 2016 Tesla Model S Facelift AP1 for lease take over.

There are 18 months left on this 24 month lease with 10k miles/year.

Lease initiated on 9/25/2017 and runs through 9/25/2019

Payment is $552 plus your sales tax rate (mine is $594.78 total)

The vehicle has 10k of the 20k consumed already, leaving you with 10k to drive over the duration left on the lease.

75D AWD
Red Multi-Coat Paint
Tan Next Gen Seats
Premium Interior Package
Sunroof
19" Slipstream Wheels
Dark Ash Wood Decor
Light Headliner
Free unlimited Supercharging for LIFE!
AP1 with Convenience features
Rear Facing Seats

Original MSRP is $94,700


Current lease buyout is $67,000 plus sales tax. Looking to recoup some cash (negotiable) from my down payment that I had to get to this payment. If you know Tesla leases, then you know this vehicle should be at least $1200 a month.

Please send me a PM if you're interested in taking this over and we can discuss further and I can provide photos of the vehicle.

Vehicle has been listed on several sites and local classifieds. I will update this thread once its sold.
 

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Here are the photos i sent out to a few this morning via PM.

I’ve been asked if it’s been uncorked by Tesla, and yes it has back in November.
 

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JPUConn

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Nice looking car. But since you drove 10K miles in 6 months that leaves the next person with only 10k miles for a year an a half. Unless you live across the street from work or work from home I don’t see how that is feasible. On top of that, you also want cash back?

On the flip side the individual taking over the lease (assuming no or low down payment to assume) has a super low lease payment on a car with 555 miles/month free and every mile above for $0.25. From ownership experience $0.25/mile is a bargain to ‘rent’ a Tesla.

Assume this person drives 12k miles/ yr or 18k more miles they’d buy 8k miles for $2k or $111 more per month on the lease.

15k miles /yr they’d buy 12,500 miles for $3,125 or $174 more per month on the lease
 
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Thanks for pointing out the obvious for those that didn't see the deal :)

It's a hell of a lease payment even with the 10k miles that are left and having to pay for overages at the end.

On the flip side the individual taking over the lease (assuming no or low down payment to assume) has a super low lease payment on a car with 555 miles/month free and every mile above for $0.25. From ownership experience $0.25/mile is a bargain to ‘rent’ a Tesla.

Assume this person drives 12k miles/ yr or 18k more miles they’d buy 8k miles for $2k or $111 more per month on the lease.

15k miles /yr they’d buy 12,500 miles for $3,125 or $174 more per month on the lease
 

Qbenjamin

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Nice looking car. But since you drove 10K miles in 6 months that leaves the next person with only 10k miles for a year an a half. Unless you live across the street from work or work from home I don’t see how that is feasible. On top of that, you also want cash back?
For $550 per month, its still a really good deal.
I understand your point though, which is also why I got rid of my S. I couldn't justify the near small mortgage payment when I only live 2 miles from work.
 

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