I was the one who had the black one "sale pending" that turned out to be a 40KWh. It was very disappointing. I passed on a couple cars waiting for them to finish prepping that car. Seeing as it was advertised as an 85 originally with a ton of options. To show up and see it was a 40 was upsetting. Especially since I brought it up to them personally several times that I thought it was advertised wrong, and they assured me several times that it was an 85. I'm kinda mad I didn't see that P85 in the first post. I would have got that one if I knew the black one was a 40.
Price looks decent to me. Looks like it has parking sensors. Not sure if it has the folding mirrors. VIN is in that area where parking sensors and folding mirrors were being introduced so it's a mix of what cars were built with as VINs are not built in sequential order.
I haven't found the prices of TDA or Vroom to be particularly competitive. COnsidering the lack of warranty, they seem expensive.
I usually keep track of these cars to see what going rates are and see if there are any good deals. Instead of making individual threads like everyone seems to do for CPO I figure I'll just make one ongoing thread. I work right down the road from the Stafford /Houston, Texas location so if someone really needs to see a car in person let me know and I'll see what I can do to get eyes on it and confirm pictures.
If you decide you want to snag one I'd recommend calling or emailing Stephen Smith, he's the guy who helped me. He doesn't work in the Stafford location but he's gone above and beyond to help me with my car purchase
[email protected] 214-761-6522
2013 S85 $45k Tech, Pano, 21s
2013 Tesla Model S
2014 S60 $46K with Tech, has 1 more year of factory warranty
2014 Tesla Model S
2014 P85 $46K Without dual chargers, every other option including rear seats.
2014 Tesla Model S
Also you can get it re-painted, but once they detect that the paint is not an exact match, they consider it having been in an accident and covered up. The paint job will be good enough that you wouldn't be able to tell with the naked eye, but the dealers check with (a machine I would guess?)It's possible to be in an accident and not be on a car fax. My truck was nearly totaled when I hit someone but I didn't go through insurance and I did all of the work myself. I never repainted the new quarter panel or bothered with the hood but other than that you'd never know something happened