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Silver 2013 P85 75kmiles $44,000

Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by Cal1, Sep 4, 2017.

  1. Cal1

    Cal1 Member

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    • Panoramic roof
    • Ultra high fidelity soundSound studio package
    • Tech package
    • Premium light package
    • Twin chargers
    • After mkt front center console
    • Lacewood accents
    • Nappa letter alcantara performance seats with red piping
    • Twin charger
    • Clearbra front/rear bumpers and partial hood
    • 19” wheels
    • No accidents, nonsmoker
    Original list price was $106,000

    Asking $44,000, car is located in Battle Ground WA, just north of Portland OR.
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  2. ACA Man

    ACA Man Member

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    Tempting.
     
  3. texasaggie

    texasaggie New Member

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    Happen to have air suspension?
     
  4. texasaggie

    texasaggie New Member

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    ah, P85 - they all have air suspension, right?
     
  5. Cal1

    Cal1 Member

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    Sorry no air suspension.
     
  6. mjmiron

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    Interested you have heated seats and free supercharging ?

    Shoot me more pics and vin
     
  7. Cal1

    Cal1 Member

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    Yes to both questions. VIN is 5YJSA1DP4DFP12750
     
  8. mjmiron

    mjmiron Member

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    Let me know when you sell this and if you got what you wanted it's a beautiful car whoever gets it will be very happy.
     
  9. Cal1

    Cal1 Member

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    This car was sold for $38,000
     
  10. mudassir

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    Someone got a good deal. Had your asking price been closer to what you sold it for, I'd have jumped on it for higher.
     
  11. SammyJr.

    SammyJr. Member

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    Literally not ONE of the pictures you've taken and posted has the car fully in the frame.....LOL
    Better pictures = Higher sales price and a quicker sale!
     
  12. George S. Bower

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    This car sold for KBB blue book.
    I chuckle when I hear people saying KBB prices are low. That's BS. KBB prices on trade in are actually HIGHER than Tesla will give you.

    You can take low trade in on KBB and subtract about 5K to get what Tesla will offer you.
     
  13. mudassir

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    KBB values don't mean much for used low volume luxury cars. I commented as a buyer, and not on what you could get for a trade-in. I hope you understand there is a big difference between getting a good deal as a buyer based on the typical deals available, and getting the most $ for your sale before you chuckle away.
     
  14. JPUConn

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    When I listed my 2013 S85 this summer I started at $44k. I had several lowball offers in the high $30’s and didn’t take any insult. When I lowered my asking to $42k I struck a deal with a forum member for $40,500. This deal was fair for both sides. I probably could have held out for more but the deal was real and the buyer was going to appreciate the car like I did.
     

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