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Practically Brand New Model X for sale (took delivery 3 weeks ago)

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by MatthewJ, Oct 23, 2016.

  1. MatthewJ

    MatthewJ Member

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    Brand new, in pristine condition with ~2k miles on it... just picked up from Tesla factory 3 weeks ago after being on wait list for over a year! Fully loaded, upgrades and options MSRP listed: Model X 75D - Dual Motor All Wheel Drive ($83,000) Titanium Metallic Paint ($1,000) 20" Silver Wheels (included) Black Leather Seats ($2,500) Black Alcantara Headliner (included) Obeche Wood Matte Decor ($750) Seven Seat Interior ($4,000) Smart Air Suspension ($2,500) Autopilot Convenience Features ($3,000) Premium Interior Package ($4,500) Subzero Weather Package ($1,000) Ultra High Fidelity Sound ($2,500) Supercharger Enabled (included) Accessory Hitch ($200) Destination and Doc Fee ($1,200) ... Total MSRP = $106,150 - willing to take $10,000 off (or more, depending on offer) and provide immediate delivery!
     
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    IMG_9186.JPG IMG_9185.JPG IMG_9187.JPG IMG_9188.JPG Here are some photos
     

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    Why would anyone buy this at 10k less than what you paid? You got the fed credit and ca rebate! Plus you put on 2k miles in 3 weeks?

    I would suggest 20k off due to depreciation as a starting point.
     
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    at a minimum.
     
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    OP did say "willing to take $10,000 off (or more, depending on offer)" but of course it is true that the OP got the Federal tax credit and CA rebate (likely a total of $10K) and the next owner will not be eligible for those.

    I would also point out that AP price has increased by $2K since this X was purchased but...every Tesla being made now has a greatly expanded sensor suite and a vastly more powerful AP computer.

    So a prospective buyer can weigh those factors and decided what to offer.
     
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    $20k off is probably realistic. Could have depreciated even more given the 2.0 announcement.
     
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    What can I say, it's an awesome car to drive - 2k fells like nothing! And sure, I'm willing to entertain reasonable offers less than 10k, as stated in post. But should point out that I'm not super motivated to sell since I love the car and waited so long to get it - mostly depends on what I can get at this point.
     
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    Why are you selling your X just 3 weeks after taking possession?
     
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    I may be interested at the right price.. I'm a cash buyer.. but need to know why are you selling.
     
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    I'm thinking Model S may have been a more suitable choice for what I need - only if it's feasible to swap them at this point. Let me know what you're willing to spend.
     
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    My cell phone is on this listing, feel free to text or call me if you're serious about moving forward: Cars.com
     
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    When I got my CA rebate it required that I keep the car for three years. Has that changed?
     
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    Just looked into it, and turns out that you have to keep the car for a minimum of 30 months. I assume then that the new owner could take advantage of the $2,500 rebate.
     
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    It used to be only for the original purchaser. Has that changed?
     
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    You now also have to have an adjusted gross income of less than 160k for single filers and I think it is 250k for joint.. Pretty sure that rule was applied to keep Tesla owners from getting it
     

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