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P90D Ludicrous CPO VS. 90D Brand new

Discussion in 'Model S: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by crasher115, Oct 19, 2016.

  1. crasher115

    crasher115 New Member

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    Planning on leasing a tesla:

    CPO P90D w/ Ludicrous mode:
    2016 model before facelift.
    3.1 sec 0-100 km/h
    range 429km
    9,421 km

    Brand New 90D:
    4.4 sec 0-100 km/h
    range 473km
    0 km

    Both almost the same price and with same option. Which one should I choose?

    Also the new P90D does not have the ludicrous mode anymore. But its 0-100 is also 3.2 sec. There is only a .1 sec difference that ludicrous mode added? Can someone explain to me?
     
  2. azdryheat

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    I think depending on the battery, P90DL is in the 2.7 to 2.9 second range to 60 MPH.

    I have Ludicrous and am not unhappy with my purchase.

    If this were me, I might wait to find a facelifted model. We looked at a CPO but decided to order new.
     
  3. BLKTSLA

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    Whenever possible always go for the performance version IF money and features arent the deciding factors. The difference between Performance and non-Performance is noticeable irregardless of the battery size or year. Plus you can always emulate a 90D unofficially using the performance mode (unofficial feature). So with the P you are getting both cars in 1.

    If you have a few minutes to spare check out my video comparing the pre-facelift and facelift for other options that might be important to you when making this decision.

    The Evolution of the Tesla Model S (2013 - 2016)
     
  4. jimmyjohn

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    ... so painful to see this.
     
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    I just went through this - new 90D or inventory/CPO P85D. The gallery advisor recommended the brand new to ensure I had the latest and greatest, built the way I wanted it, refreshed body style, and untouched battery.

    But I've driven both and I had a way bigger smile on my face with the P- car. So my P85D is on the way!

    I was also buying, which means I was thinking about depreciation being lower on a car that's already used/discounted.
     
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  6. azdryheat

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    Nice video. Thanks.
     
  7. BLKTSLA

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    #7 BLKTSLA, Oct 19, 2016
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    Sorry to upset you and the Queen, will use "regardless" to lessen the pain going forward ;)
     
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  8. crasher115

    crasher115 New Member

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    Thanks for the replies. I love the 'scare the pants off' factor of P model too. It is just so expensive!
    How much battery decay do you get on a ~10000km model s?
     
  9. Model S M.D.

    Model S M.D. Ludicrous Radiologist

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    Totally agree with you, after owning both a non P and a P. Grinning a little more in the P Model S.
     
  10. Naonak

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    Virtually none if there's nothing wrong. Additionally, it will happen with a new one in a paltry 10k km, so why not get the better version.
     

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