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My used 2013 P85 came with unlimited supercharging

Sanderpman12

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Jul 27, 2021
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Charlotte NC
I bought my 2013 p85 tesla a little over a month ago. I put about 3k miles on it so far. I love driving it so much i just drive it around the block sometimes even when i have no reason to go outside. I was thinking though, i got really lucky with unlimited supercharging because the dealership did not know if it had it. Honestly, currently in my life that would be the game time decision between going the Tesla Route or having to pay for supercharging. I love it!
 

MikeC24

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so you bought an 8 yr old car - what is your opinion on the current state of the car, fit and finish, how is the interior holding up, paint, battery, etc? How many miles on it?
 
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Sanderpman12

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Jul 27, 2021
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Charlotte NC
so you bought an 8 yr old car - what is your opinion on the current state of the car, fit and finish, how is the interior holding up, paint, battery, etc? How many miles on it?
65k miles and inside is amazing everything like new no scratches and battery 100% is at 250 miles . No scratches on paint its perfect!
 

Akikiki

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Nov 26, 2012
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@Sanderpman12, We know. We know what you mean.

Several years ago while reading on the Tesla forum, I ran across this post by a user Velo1. I bookmarked it, because - you now understand with the rest of us what he means. Let me share it with you.

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Velo1
April 2013 edited November -1

My wife also commented that I am most eager to run errands for her. Just last week she said we need bread and milk for tomorrow. I volunteered to go to the store. I returned with the milk, and then went back to buy the bread. what fun!
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Sanderpman12

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Jul 27, 2021
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Charlotte NC
@Sanderpman12, We know. We know what you mean.

Several years ago while reading on the Tesla forum, I ran across this post by a user Velo1. I bookmarked it, because - you now understand with the rest of us what he means. Let me share it with you.

"
Velo1
April 2013 edited November -1

My wife also commented that I am most eager to run errands for her. Just last week she said we need bread and milk for tomorrow. I volunteered to go to the store. I returned with the milk, and then went back to buy the bread. what fun!
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This is exacty what i mean and feel like! I honestly can live in the car forever. There is so much space. I feel like forrest gump of driving tesla, i can drive forever and just get lost in it all.
 
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