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Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by Plan B, Jun 6, 2015.

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  1. Plan B

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    This Tesla does not have the following options:

    Parking Sensors
    Power Folding Mirrors
    Autopilot
    Subzero Package

    All options are listed on the original listing, if you do not see an option listed then it does not have it.

    And no, you do not get a Federal Tax Credit with a CPO car.

    Thanks for all the questions and interest.
     
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    Friday bump!
     
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    so does the cpo car have new tires

    and what is the real warranty, since you bought this car from, tesla i heard its a different warranty than standard manufacturers warranty

    does this have new brake pads what else do they or did they do to this car

    and did they really drill the front license plate on.....
     
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    Yes to new tires, rotors and brakes. Nosecone was drilled into because of Oregon law, you can get a new cone on Ebay for less than $150.00

    CPO warranty is explained here http://www.teslamotors.com/sites/default/files/model-s-preowned-warranty.pdf
     
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    That, is a sweet config. Good luck!
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Nice car but wrong coast.
    Interior colors?
     
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    Would love to sell asap.
     
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    what is the VIN? What did Tesla sell it for as a CPO vehicle?
     
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    So shiny.

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    It is beautiful, I'm surprised it hasn't sold yet.
     
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    #13 Norseman, Jun 21, 2015
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    New price?
    any car, anything, whatever, will sell in a day if the price is right.

    Looks like quite a few Model S cars will come off lease shortly.
    In addition, happy Model S owners wants to upgrade to the 4-while drive
    S70D and S85D and P and + whatever.
    I have been monitoring eBay and have bid on a few auctions:
    quite a few un-sold Model S are coming
    back week after week on eBay. (Reserve Not Met)

    Say they are starting @ $65k for an S 60.

    No Tax Credit, $7.5k value.
    No Dual Driive, value $5k.
    9K miles, each mile $1.00= $9k.
    No super charger, $2.5k value.
    So, a new S70D can be had for $75K, tax credit, dual drive, zero miles and all.
    Dreamers are selling on eBay, but if they get what they want: So much the better.

    Meh thinks the good old days when a TMS could be sold used for close to new price, may be over.
    Based on eBay, Cars.com and the Tesla CPO web sites, there is a buyer's market for 2013 Model S cars,
    not a sellers market.
    A 10K mile Model S 60 KW should be low $50s, not low $60s.

    Your mileage may vary.
     
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    No idea but I would guess a little over $100K
     
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    Uh, in a previous post you said new (and lower) price.
    Then the post was gone, replaced by a Father's Day Special? :)
     
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    I think what it said was new lower price, or price drop. I never said the car was new....it's clearly listed as a CPO car.
     
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    Sorry for the rambling Mr. Douglas, your car is nice, I was targeting some of the eBay deals I looked at..
     
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    We have a comm problem, nobody thought this car was new.:)
     
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    No worries. There are a lot of overpriced cars on Ebay, mine is not one of them :wink:
     
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    Yes, that is what I was looking for: The New Lower Price:))
    (Maybe I should work on my comm skills)
    Lets try again: What is the new price? :biggrin:
     
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