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Discussion in 'Model S' started by bonnie, Mar 16, 2013.
Just bought a CPO p85d with the same deals.
I'm surprised to still see the mcu be that expensive. The cabin heater is definitely a surprise.
Your prepaid expires some period after new purchase. At least that what I was told. It was there until 6 months or 3, I forget.
6 year battery? My CPO 2015 S 70D included an 8 year battery/drive train warranty. ???
Interesting , my MS 2016 90D CPO has only 6 years infinite miles battery and drive warranty. I was looking at used MS listings at Tesla site today but couldn't find anything with 8 years of battery life and drive warranty.
Consider your self lucky
Tesla plays fast and loose with that in the listings. It's always 8 years from original delivery date. So say if a 2016 car was delivered in early 2017, add eight years = 2025, minus 2019 = "6 years". Either that, or they're rounding up 5.5 actual remaining years to 6.
Where do you find the page that shows a 6-year warranty? The results I'm finding are stating: "This Model S receives a full inspection, remaining battery and drive warranty and a four year, 50,000 miles pre-owned limited warranty with 24 hour roadside assistance."
You would get the original 8-year warranty (from delivery date of original owner). You're just using Tesla's CPO website, right?
Yeah, look on Tesla's used inventory site for any car 2015 or newer.
New & Used Electric Cars | Tesla
...and click on the detail listings button (looks like this:
Gotcha. Interesting you get more details that way than clicking on the actual result. Having said that, the quick search I did seems to indicate they're specifying how many years are left from the original 8-year warranty. So, 6-years would indicate a 2017 vehicle. I found one that was a 2015 S60 with a 4-year 83,000 battery warranty. Maybe 2015 is when they began offering infinite mile warranties? I'm not a Tesla historian, so I'm sure someone can easily correct me.
I have the same question as you, I really hope it is for 4yr/50K the its worth the $900 for 21" wheels. Otherwise for 12500 miles it might not be a good deal.