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Like-new 2017 Model S 75D for sale or long-term rental

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by kilocar, Aug 28, 2017.

  1. kilocar

    kilocar Member

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    Hi everyone.

    I'd like to test the waters on a program I've been thinking about offering for a while now. My current business is being acquired as of Sept 1st, so I'm thinking it's a good time to ramp it up if there's enough interest out there.

    I purchased this Tesla in July 2017. It was a Tesla showroom model at the time, but purchased as a new car. It comes fully loaded. I'll upload a window sticker and some pics here shortly. Also, Free lifetime supercharging is enabled, so it transfers to the new owner, unlike the new program which is limited to the initial owner only. This is pretty standard so far, right?

    My idea is that if you don't want to tie up your capital, I'll also rent this Tesla to you until the end of 2019. That's a shorter term than if you leased from Telsa (28 vs. 36 months) and I can save you some decent $$ vs. leasing directly from Tesla too.

    Let me know if you have any questions & thank in advance for your feedback on this concept.
     

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  2. Msj484

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    Please PM the details. Very interested.
     
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  3. kilocar

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    Before anyone jumps all over the sticker price, the cost to order a new / custom one with similar specs today would be $90,250. You'd be trading off today's standard roof for the unlimited lifetime free charging tied to the vehicle too. You don't get the $7,500 federal tax credit going this route. cost-to-buy-custom-red-75D.jpg .
     
  4. kilocar

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    Will do. I'll send you quotes on both scenarios....purchase and leasing/rental. Thanks for your interest.
     
  5. stan23

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    A New 75 will also be much faster (4.2 0-60) and will have air suspension standard.
     
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  6. Msj484

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    Sounds good. I look forward to hearing from you.
     
  7. kilocar

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    Just sent it over.
     
  8. thairs

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    Please PM, interested in details as well.
     
  9. kilocar

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    Yes, good points. I just sent you the details.
     
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    please send info thanks
     
  11. brimcgi

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    please send the info my way as well. thanks!
     
  12. bhuwan

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    Why don’t you just podt the numbers in the thread? Saves a pm to me and everyone else
     
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  13. kilocar

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    Just sent it over.
    Ok. Good idea bhuwan. I'm asking $79k if it's an outright purchase.
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    $5k down and $900 a month for 28 months until end of 2019 (assumes 12k miles per year) under a rental scenario. This price includes service/maintenance for 2 years. I also cover the licensing/registration fees during the rental. Buyer/renter is responsible to get car insurance and pay for shipping (pick-up is free). Rental contract includes an option to purchase.

    PM me if you are interested.
     
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  14. kilocar

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    I have a copy of the rental / lease contract if you are interested and want to review it. If so, just PM me your e-mail address.
     
  15. kilocar

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    Thanks for your interest. I sent you the requested info.
     
  16. kilocar

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    Thanks for your interest. I sent you the requested info just now. I have a sample contract tied to this Tesla if you'd like to review it as a next step, just let me know.
     
  17. rocketshipp85

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    This is a great idea, I was considering doing this for a model 3, because tesla isn't offering leases and I could get someone priority for theirs.
     
  18. kilocar

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    I like that idea on the Model 3. Good call!
     
  19. kilocar

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    This Tesla is now sold. Thanks for all the interest!
     
  20. NewGalena

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    If you are looking to expand the Model S "rental" program, I am very interested (and in Park City)
     

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