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Telsa Model S 40kwh model, lots of options - SOLD

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  1. Ting Louie

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    #1 Ting Louie, Nov 14, 2013
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    Telsa Model S 40kwh model, lots of options

    Potentially for sale is a super rare 40 kwh Tesla Model S, less than 7,000 miles

    Tesla made very few of the 40kwh model, it is actually a 60kwh hour model with a software limit to 40kwh for maximum range of 135-139 miles.

    You can unlock the full battery capacity for $10k from Tesla

    Cost of this car IF you could purchase it today
    40 kwh Model S $59,950
    White Solid Paint-Included
    Gloss Black Roof-Included
    Black Nappa Leather Seats - $1,500
    Obeche Wood Gloss Decor - $650
    Tech Package - $3,750
    Smart Air Suspension - $2,250
    Rear Facing Seats - $2,500
    Premium Interior Lighting - $1,000
    Destination and Regulatory Doc Fee - $1,170
    22" Velocity Motoring VM710 wheels in graphite with performance tires $4,000
    Custom gloss black trim, gloss black mirrors, matte black nose cone, red emblems and de-badging $750
    3M window tinting $500
    Tesla All-Weather rubber floor mats - $300
    Tesla front trunk net $20

    Total current replacement cost: $78,340 plus tax title and license (it would cost you almost $90k to build a similar 60 kwh car today)

    The car is in perfect conditions, no accidents, no dents, no scratches, no stories

    Asking $69,999 for the car with stock 19" wheels
    Asking $72,999 for the car with 22" VMR wheels AND factory 19" wheels

    Open to offers

    List Date: 11/13/2013
    Location: San Francisco, CA

    For more info, click here to view the original listing: Telsa Model S 40kwh model, lots of options
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  2. buzzbuzz

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    Those wheels look GREAT!
     
  4. Eeyago

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    Ting, just curious... If this is a 40, why does it show 253 for the range on the dash?
     
  5. Baiao

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    And the model S, is Blue on the dash. Not white ?
     
  6. Trnsl8r

    Trnsl8r Blue 85kwh since 12/8/12

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    So is the driver's side mirror when seen from the inside. Very cool effect that. :)
     
  7. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    Also why is it blue on the instrument cluster?

    Also the chrome pieces in the trunk are surprising. I would have expected them black (plastic?) by the time they got to the 40 kWh vehicles.
     
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    #8 Adden Lee, Nov 15, 2013
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    Just my opinion: If you upgrade to a 60kwh it'll be 80k for this car. At that price you can get a 85kwh car that is similarly equipped with lower miles. Chieffishmonger has a nice one for sale (might be a better choice esp. for those that live near NJ) and there are a few on Ebay at that price for a 85kwh car. In CA with a 10k tax deduction this car will be 69k brand new but you'll have to wait until next year because they are only taking orders on 85s this year and apparently less than 100 slots left for the year.

    On another note the car does look pretty sweet!
     
  9. mnx

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    It looks blue on the outside in the first pic as well. :)
     
  10. Longhorn92

    Longhorn92 MS VIN #10103 (40 kWh)

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    #10 Longhorn92, Nov 15, 2013
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    For a fair comparison, shouldn't the total current replacement cost be reduced by $7,500 for the federal tax rebate?
     
  11. brianman

    brianman Burrito Founder

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    Pet peeve: "Telsa" really grinds my gears.
     
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    Several troublesome red flags with this listing.
     
  13. ecarfan

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    Agreed, if that is a 40kW car the close up dash photo on the For Sale page cannot be the dash of the car being offered for sale. It clearly shows a range of 253 miles. That's impossible for a 40.
     
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  15. Ting Louie

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    I'm just using some stock internet photos to show some of the features

    If anyone has a problem, feel free to contact me

    I'm not misrepresenting the car as something it isn't

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    Here is a tesla 40 that just sold for $73k, no air suspension $2500 and no rear facing seats $2500, it does however have panoramic sunroof and 21" wheels so it's wash, but a fair comp at the same mileage

    ebay item # 251358524634


    http://www.ebay.com/itm/251358524634?ru=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fsch%2Fi.html%3F_sacat%3D0%26_from%3DR40%26_nkw%3D251358524634%26_rdc%3D1



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    yes yes, i'm using quick and dirty stock photos for the interior....added a disclaimer to keep you all happy

     
  16. Ting Louie

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    Traded in car now sits at bmw stevens creek ... Asking price 69,999 with stock 19's. I already stopped by just to listen to the sales pitch. Then let them know there is no tax credit on used ev's. I think they are new to electric cars
     
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    tbh, the math never added up for me when the tax credits were factored in. Even if we ignore the $2500 CA credit and just include the $7500 federal one, the OP's hypothetical new replacement would be ~$71k and not $78k and his ask was $70k for used. A similar new 60 that I priced was ~$75k after the tax credit, not $90k-tax.

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    Yea, he must have got at least 57-62 on trade in. Cause after i broke it down for them, and they realized i have 3, they started asking for me value and i showed them the forum with what the go for. They said they'd call me but i was just there to haggle for fun. I love my 40kwh cause i can run around the bay and back with out issues. But the p85 is going to la in two weeks so that should be awesome.
     
  20. Zero.DS.Sweden

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    How long do you have to keep your car if you get the 7.500 tax rebate?
     

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