So, I've managed to convince a relative to give very serious thought to buying a Roadster. The car in question is a european Signature 250 model, with just over 1000 miles. It's going for about half its original price. Since that kind of money is certainly an extravagance for a 2 seater car with little practical value in a family that needs a 4-seat city runabout anyway, the question of resale value is quite important. I'd have thought that one of the very earliest Teslas ever made, with very low mileage (would only be used in the city, and no more than twice a week) would hold on to its value pretty damn well, maybe even appreciate a bit when Tesla becomes a major mainstream automaker and its novelty value as one of the first ever increases. However, I'm surprised to see that its already being sold for half its original price. So how well do you folk think a low-mileage Sig250 will keep its value, in say 2, 5, and 10 years time?