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Model X 90D Midnight Silver Metallic 6-seater w/ White PUP & Upgrades

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by uidzer0, Jan 10, 2017.

  1. uidzer0

    uidzer0 Member

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    $95,000

    I'll be trading the MX if I'm unable to locate a buyer here. Below are the features as I ordered it and a few items I've added after purchase. Happy to answer any questions... I'll add pictures this weekend once the weather clears up here in NC.

    Car specs:
    13,500 miles
    Midnight Silver Metallic Paint
    20" Silver Wheels
    Ultra White Seats
    Obeche Wood Gloss Decor (no longer an option w/ Tesla)
    Black Headliner
    Six Seat Interior
    Supercharger enabled
    Autopilot (v1)
    Smart Air Suspension
    Premium Interior Package
    Tow Package

    Additions:
    XPEL body wrap on entire front (lights, full hood, grill, fenders, and A pillars), rear bumper, & interior seat backs
    Window tint (legal in NC) on driver & passenger windows
    Abstract Ocean interior LED light upgrades
    Tesla all-weather mats for middle and 3rd row

    Original MVPA $110,500 +tax, etc. Delivered July VIN: 11805 Located in NC.
     
  2. andrewket

    andrewket Well-Known Member

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    Don't forget you have to account for the $7500 fed credit.
     
  3. CmdrThor

    CmdrThor Active Member

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    A seller doesn't have to account for anything. A buyer might account for it when deciding whether to buy though especially if there are similar inventory vehicles that still have the tax credit available.
     
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  4. uidzer0

    uidzer0 Member

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    From the feedback I've gotten, It looks like $90,000 is a more appropriate listing price, though I am open to discussing other offers.

     
  5. carter_seattle

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    Don't agree. The seller must account for the market will bear and what their alternative is in a trade-in. Tesla themselves take $7500 off the purchase price before factoring in the rest of their calculated depreciation when constructing a trade in offer.
     
  6. Cooksomerice

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    A car is worth what someone is willing to pay.
    Whether you account for anything matters not.
     
  7. Cooksomerice

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    I see a trend among those lurking the tesla for sale thread. It seems people want to somehow call sellers out on there price with regards to the federal tax credit.
    There seems to be this underlying idea that a seller must take a hit when selling.
    That breaking even or ( however unlikely) making a profit is somehow sacrosanct.
    It's really bullshit.
    The market will flesh out the best price irregardless of any consideration for past investment be it a car house or stock for that matter.
     
  8. carter_seattle

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    I don't think that's a charitable way to look at. Marketplaces are most efficient (fair) when both buyers and sellers have as much information as possible. I think people here on the forums are simply helping to inform current and future owners. Saying "something is worth what someone will pay" feels like code for "shut up and let me swindle this person".
     
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  9. uidzer0

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    Finally had some decent weather so I could get out and grab some photos. IMG_6638.JPG IMG_6639.JPG IMG_6703.JPG IMG_6692.JPG IMG_6700.JPG
     
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  10. Cooksomerice

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    A sale characterized as a swindle no even within the realm of what I was suggesting. Putting words in my mouth.

    But if you believe a car sale is or should be charitable, then you are likely the one to be swindled.

    This post has been high jacked enough.
    I apologize to the OP.
    No more from me on this topic.
    GLWS
     
  11. jsollender

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    Does anyone actually sell an X through this site? Mine for sale has same troll content but no real buyer interest. Where else to post sales?
     
  12. ecarfan

    ecarfan Well-Known Member

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    eBay, craigslist, Carmax, cars.com, autotrader.com, etc. There are many online venues available where you can post cars for sale.

    Every online car discussion forum I am aware of that allows "for sale" postings also attracts commentary about the car being offered for sale. The alternative is to block any public discussion and only allow people to communicate with the seller by PM.
     
  13. uidzer0

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    SOLD
     
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