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Discussion in 'Model S: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by Tes99, Feb 27, 2018.
There are several sites that aggregate everyhting. Why Tesla can't just show all the cars in their inventory is just beyond me. For a technology/software company, how they list CPO and inventory cars is beyond dumb. I can build them a better interface in about just 4-5 days of work.
This is my favorite Tesla CPO/inventory aggregator:
I figured out what I was doing wrong. I had to check the box that showed vehicles with delivery fees. Still too expensive. Damn you, Tesla, make base Model 3's available to buy!!!
Because the part of the company that sells cars is not a technology company, it's a marketing company. And those are exactly the kinds of websites marketing companies build.
I recently corresponded with a Tesla CPO specialist and commented about the lack of inventory. He responded that he had access to lot's of cars that were not listed and encouraged me to send him my requirements so that he could come back with cars that were available and matched my specs. The buyout on my leased P85 Signature is looking very attractive in comparison to current CPO prices.
Found this gem.
60 kWh Model S 5YJSA1S16EFP48746 | Tesla
2014 MS 60
That's more expensive than the 2018 75D with 0 miles and 0-60 in 4.2 seconds. Maybe they'll add AP complimentary? Even then it's hard to see how they came up with that price.
Yeah they really don't want to sell that car. Why even list it at that point?
I hope whoever traded it in to them doesn't see that price. Lease residual on one of those is probably in the high 30's
It's too old for AP. I'm not sure where the cutoff is but I think it's around vin 55k.
now that's ludicrous.
I can't believe no one has yet bought this 2014 S60 for $75,600
Wonder if it will now go up in price further
Especially when you can get this 2015 P85D with AP1 for just $2,500 more. Maybe the green paint on the S60 is that much more valuable?
Its tax season and I like to "price to market" all my assets. Not that I intend to sell, but to clear the fog and be sure it is valued properly. Trying to value my 2016 75D (unlocked 60, and uncorked), tan leather, air suspension, AWD, pano, AP1.5, refreshed, titanium, 5yjsa1e21gf160xxx.delivered Sept 5, 2016 - just over 10,000 miles....has been awkward.
I WANT to see used prices high. Sorry you guys don't get to have such a good deal on your side, but it is better on my side. I paid a bunch - and would like to see a poor decline/flat depreciation in value. Don't you value a car ownership based just on acquisition, but also figure in operating cost, insurance and depreciation?
If I was to list this car for sale April 1, 2018 - what would be a fair street offer? [I have never seen a Titanium car listed...too valuable?]
It's going to be funny when the next financial crisis is driven by Tesla owners taking on increasing leverage as they mark their cars to market.
It's only worth a high if someone offers to pay for it at that price. There's a PT Barnum quote that comes to mind.
Never have I ever thought of vehicles being an appreciating asset. Especially a vehicle relying on so much technology. These last few months just feel like a bubble on older Teslas with the price inflation.
Don't get me wrong, I want a Tesla. But with this recent pricing volatility, and inflated seller expectations on used vehicles, this is the first time I'm now looking at other brands for pricing/depreciation stability. Here's hoping things change around.
I found a P85 I wanted but couldn't justify paying $50K for a 5 year old car, no warranty, no autopilot, and 50K miles. I've decided to wait on buying a Tesla for 6 months or so until things wash out. Maybe yet another refresh of the S line will reset the market. Model 3 production will help too.
Just for fun or are they depreciating business assets?
Maybe lifetime Free Supercharging just got a hole lot more valuable!! I stole my 2014 P85 w/ap last month for $51k - I should try to flip it ;-)
Okay you are being ridiculous now
Why on earth would someone pay $78,100 for a 2015 P85D when they can buy a 2014 P85D for $99,100.
Someone better snap up that $99,100 2014 P84D before it goes up by another $20K
Sell soon! Apparently all used Teslas just went up in value by $20,000
Maybe "marked to market" is the wrong term. What is my car worth on the open market? KBB, CarMax, CPO, PT Barnum. or a fair arms length. What ever you guys would figure is fair - to both sides. And I'm not selling, just pricing.