I will be trading in my 2.5 non-sport Roadster when my Model 3 comes, for lack of garage space to keep both cars, and just because I don't need both. This won't be until next year since I'll wait for the P-AWD version. I'm not planning on selling privately because I had a bad experience once when I sold a car privately. The car had not given me a speck of trouble in the 15 years I owned it, and within months of selling it, it died on the new owner. I felt awful. So I'll trade it in and let Tesla deal with the next buyer. I would say it's in excellent condition, though I suppose a careful inspection would reveal flaws, so let's say it's in very good condition. Very low mileage because I don't drive much. It's a 2010, and there are just under 14,000 miles. So likely will have 16,000 miles in a year. There have been a couple of minor repairs and I have had all the annual services done. One of those was done a month late because I had broken my arm and was unable to drive for a while, otherwise all were done on time. I'm the original owner. Does anybody have any idea what Tesla is likely to offer me as trade-in value when I buy my Model 3? ETA: The only options are leather and the Alpine so-called "infotainment" system.