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Only thing that concerns me is the bumper to bumper warranty is no longer in affect and that Tesla will not release the previous owners service history without their permission. All I have is Carfax which states the vehicle was towed to service center due to mechanical issues. Also, I was only able to test drive the vehicle with 35 miles left on charge so I probably didn’t experience the true power.Debatable..some say the 90 battery is the worst battery made by Tesla.
You should look under the right front fenderwell and get a picture of the battery label.
I wouldn't pay extra for 90 vs 85, but doesn't sound like you would be
I test drove a P85D today with 74,000 miles. While inside the vehicle the screen showed P90D. The vehicle is listed for $60k. Is this a good deal?
Hopefully I can get the service center to re-badge to P90D since that’s the battery they put in it.
They've done this in the past, sometimes without even mentioning it when they replace the battery. It shouldn't be an issue when you bring it up.
If it makes a difference in the purchase, the 90 battery should be able to output a little more horsepower than the original 85 could; it's not quite up to the original 691 claims that they stated for the P85D early on, but it's closer.