Might have an A battery pack. I believe these charge slightly lower rate at supercharger. I don't know the VIN number or date of change to the B back. I wouldn't let that stop me from buying the car but if your planning a lot of long trips it might stop you8900 miles White
white int with suede
carbon fiber int spoiler
19 inch rims
no parcel shelf
3rd party so no Tesla info on car
How can I find out Tesla History or other options
anything to look for
There's not a date of change. The only way to tell is look at part number by turning wheels hard right and looking in passenger wheel well for sticker on battery pack. I have A pack and is no different except supercharging peaks at 90 kW max. Makes for slightly longer supercharge times - maybe 5 to 15 min depending how much you are charging.Might have an A battery pack. I believe these charge slightly lower rate at supercharger. I don't know the VIN number or date of change to the B back. I wouldn't let that stop me from buying the car but if your planning a lot of long trips it might stop you
I bought a 2012 used last year; the best way to know what the car has been through is to take the VIN to a service center. They can tell you what work has been done with the car as well as its options.
no service is required. No lubrication or oil etc. there was a titanium plate added to the bottom of battery pack, make sure it was done or tesla will do for you. Surprised by rust since all aluminum. Suspect you are seeing some on disc brakes, not a big dealcar fax is clean but says dealer maintenence
car is clean and solid
but rear wheels have rust on the hubs
all wheels have a little curb rash
they said they would take to Tesla service which is near them and let me know
but from what it looks like it has not been yet since it has 8700 miles
they got it from auction
I have the Vin and waiting to hear back from them regarding what Tesla says
I tried to move the front tires out and in to look under for the battery tag and could not find one anywhere
so i failed
Badges didn't come till later. I left my vin car 52XX without the badge. You can tell the version by clicking on the T in the touch screen if unsure. You should get a very large discount since the CPO site cars come with extended warranty2962 on the Vin
Had a maintenance warning flashing regarding the tire pressure sensor
they added the P85 emblem to the back.....pictures did not have it....
Fit and finish seamed really nice compared to all the others used Teslas i have driven
I am in the process of negotiating a deal
But waiting to hear back from what they say from Tesla
the p85 sure is a different animal compared to the regular 85
while on my test drive we stopped at the Space X facility and charged at the Tesla Superchargers in the back
What a cool site, they have a waiting room and covered stalls for the cars and restrooms....
So far my best Tesla experience
I tried to move the front tires out and in to look under for the battery tag and could not find one anywhere so i failed
If it is a 2012, it will have an A type battery unless the battery has been replaced. Mine was delivered December 22, 2012 and my VIN # is in the mid 2000s. Unless it is a signature model, it mostly likely was delivered around the same time. With that low mileage you will have warranty coverage until 4 years from delivery, most likely December 2016. That will give you plenty of time to get any warranty items fixed. The main known difference on the A type batteries is a slower rate of supercharging. There are many factors that affect supercharging rate. I recall that Tesla said the A type batteries only take 4 minutes longer to charge. The 2012 s are great cars, but the fit and finish may not be as good and they do not have newer features like folding mirrors, and proximity sensors.