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No more Trade-Ins

Discussion in 'Roadster' started by tdevince, Jul 5, 2013.

  1. tdevince

    tdevince Member

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    I was told a couple of days ago that Tesla is no longer accepting Roadsters for Trade In. You have to sell it on your own now.
     
  2. Doug_G

    Doug_G Lead Moderator

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    It sounds like the CPO Roadsters are selling slowly, given recent price decreases and warranty increases. So they probably don't want any more of them!
     
  3. jeff_adams

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    Seems kind of strange, considering how short of loaner cars they are.
     
  4. Dan43

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    Damn I was waiting for trade-in Roadsters for the UK to come online once Model S were being delivered, not looking so good now. Pricing here quite steep for used Roadsters still.
    Dan43 UK
     
  5. ElSupreme

    ElSupreme Model S 03182

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    I would imagine that their policy outside the USA could be very different. And with RHD, I highly doubt that would be the same policy.

    Not saying they will trade, but saying they probably don't have a 'no trade in' policy on them either.
     
  6. Dan43

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    And with RHD, I highly doubt that would be the same policy. Not saying they will trade, but saying they probably don't have a 'no trade in' policy on them either.

    With the sales volume here for Roadsters also quite low perhaps they will trade a few to get sales motivated for this market? You never know.
    Dan43 UK
     

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