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Pricing on CPOs - market status?

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by deaddog, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. ATCDee

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    Would anyone else like to provide some helpful input?
     
  2. Zorg

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    #62 Zorg, Jun 24, 2018
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    $60k for a car with no autopilot is a little steep. Otherwise car is pretty loaded. However, based on the 10/14 manufacturing date, it probably has AP1 but since it just was released in September 2014, it did not show up in the listed options. My car VIN is only a few 100 less than yours and it has AP1 but it was not listed with Autopilot when I bought it as a CPO. If the car has AP1, it is a good deal. Ask your advisor to confirm.

    2014 Tesla P85+ (CPO)
     
  3. ATCDee

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    @Zorg Sorry I should have been more clear it does have AP1 and is a 14' P85+. The specs sheet is attached in the first post
     
  4. Don TLR

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    I'd add a few more $$ and get a P85D with less miles,, but it looks really clean from the pictures.
     
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  5. ATCDee

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    Thanks @Don TLR. I am also eying a p90D debating between the two.
     
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  6. Zorg

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    Supposedly the 90 batteries degrade faster than the 85
     
  7. ATCDee

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    I was just reading about that. There are several mixed reviews but the degradation is concerning.
     
  8. Brutaka

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    They're lowering the price due to the Model 3. Mainly because it features newer components (AP2.5) that'll make the Model S hard to catch up. So they have to lower the price on their CPOs. What I've been noticing is seeing some 2015 60D, 70D, and 85D with a lot of premium features, including AP1 that cost 50k

    I was thinking about it but then I realized that I won't buy a Tesla unless it supports AP2.5, otherwise it'll kinda be a waste of money on my end. I plan to be using the Tesla Network to make a bit of income while I'm work. It may not be soon but it's better to be prepared for something like this than to put 50k down on a vehicle that isn't gonna make me any money in the long run.
     
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  9. Brutaka

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    I thought that issue was addressed with the new 90 kWh batteries?
     
  10. skreemer7

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    Wow.

    Model 3 configuration changes now allows you to configure a "bare bones" performance 3 for $69k before incentives which includes eap. I was considering a p85d for mid 60s but that price for a new model 3 is going to be verrry tempting. Another 2.5k for a color and white seats and we're still at 64k after tax incentive.

    This has to significantly affect cpo pricing.
     
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  11. mambro

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    Bring it on! I was looking at 2 CPO/Used 2013 P85+ (that are now both gone over the weekend) at $48.2k and $47.8k and gave the "heads up" to a local used car dealer that, with respect, their P85 for $52k was more than I could get from Tesla directly with a warranty. So yes, PLEASE, Tesla release the Kraken and get some reasonable (lol) priced Model S 85's in TX! ;)
     
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  12. Don TLR

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    Possibly, but I think its 2 different markets, I have ZERO interest in a 3 at any cost for performance.
     
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    i'm holding out for a CPO model 3.
     
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    lmao
     
  15. Cheburashka

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    Yes and no.

    If you don't need the extra room or an opening sunroof there is very little reason to buy a used MS (especially pre AP or AP1) over a new M3.
     
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    Each to their own. For me, it's like between Civic vs Accord, or worse Corolla vs Avalon to larger extreme. Not just room/space and going from A to B.
     
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    Uhhhhh... should we tell him? :')
     
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  18. Skeeboe

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    Free supercharger was the only reason I didn’t consider the 3.... I maximize the $#!+ out of SC use with a daily 165 mile commute and a SC 2 miles from the house!
     
  19. Olds442

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    there's a waiting list and i'm on it.

    if fact, i am the entire waiting list.
     
  20. HankLloydRight

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    Two comments (opinions):
    1. AP 2.5 won't be able to support true FSD, in the "Tesla Network" kind of way.
    2. You'll own a different car by the time the "Tesla Network" is a real thing.
     

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