I thought you paid the tax when registering the car.The issue I see with selling after delivery is you are still on the hook for taxes and fees, which will be more then 5k. The car market is crazy now so you might get kore than MSRP but it’s a gamble if someone is willing to pay that in October.
In FL, tax and registration is handled by the dealer. When you pick up the car from a dealer, you have to pay the tax to the dealer unless you have a dealers license (or if you are financing, the tax and title is included in the financing). You do not visit the DMV and the plate is sent in the mail (unless transferred via trade which also is taken care of by the dealer) for all cars, new or used, from a dealer.How is it in FL?
How does that work and have you actually tried it? I heard about this regarding selling a lease vehicle in which the seller of the lease won’t pay sales tax but new buyer will.California has a 10-day exemption from sales/use tax if you buy a car and sell it within 10 days.
I have been looking for one and been discouraged by the long waits. If possible to transfer, I would be willing to take over. Split the price improvement 50-50. Please let me know what you find out.Hi fellows, I have a Model S LR on order back in June, EDD is October with a MSRP of $79,990.
Due to unforeseeable reasons I am planning to cancel it, but before doing so I want to check here if there's any interest in taking over my order.
I know the reservation is not transferable, but wondering if anyone has experience selling it at/after delivery?
Below are the spec:
- Model S Long Range
- Pearl White Multi-Coat
- 19" Tempest Wheels
- All Black Premium Interior with Ebony Décor
- Yoke Steering