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Thoughts on Pricing? 2019 SR+

Cnasty

Active Member
Jun 20, 2016
1,020
689
Dallas
Hi all,
My personal situation has changed dramatically and i need to sell my Model 3 SR+ I got in March.

Here are some specs:
9Kmiles
White interior
Matte black powder coated sport 19s
Chrome delete
No AP or FSD
Pristine condition, no accidents

Not sure KBB or any of the others really know how to gauge Tesla prices so asking some experts here.

Thoughts on a fair price?

Thanks for any input!
 

TheRev

Member
Sep 23, 2019
97
58
Hayward, CA
Not sure if it helps but sounds like what you have is a Model 3 SR, the "+" is added with autopilot, range upgrade and other software locked features, the price to buy this car new right now is 35k plus 1k for white interior. Theres federal incentive of $1875, but theres also a delivery fee of $1200. So you can have this car brand new (asuming is white) for 35.5k. 9k miles is 20% of the bumper to bumper warranty of 50k, so maybe you want to set a price starting from there
 

Zishan

Member
Jan 28, 2019
238
78
Houston, TX
I've been casually browsing as my wife wants a model 3. I see them selling all day every day on Tesla for $38k, with less <1 k miles. They also say Autopilot included, but I don't understand all the nuances to it..... I can't keep up with Tesla's changes.

You benefit from having the white interior and wheels. Not a factor in my personal option, but I know they add some value.

Good luck,
 
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KCapital

Member
Dec 7, 2017
418
377
NJ
This should be your guiding post:

SR Base (SR+ has autopilot): $35,000
White Interior: $1,000
19 Wheels: $1,500
Destination Fees: $1,200
Current Federal Tax Credit: -$1,875
Today's Net Price for New config: $35,325

Depreciation: 20% (9K-12K miles): -$7,065

Reasonable Market Value: $28,260.00
 
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poweredbyjae

Member
Aug 21, 2019
22
7
Bay Area
Take the car into CarMax to see what they'd offer you on the car. This is your baseline of the bottom dollar (minimum) figure you'd get for the vehicle.

Anecdotally with some casual browsing, my guess is you'd find a buyer for around 30k. GLWS
 

Agie

Member
Jul 26, 2019
41
19
98042
Carvana has a very good price for selling a tesla. But they can't pick up my car because I live in Seattle WA.
 

Seap2486

Member
Nov 6, 2019
10
2
Miami
What pricing are the companies giving? If possible can I match of offer better? I am in market for the model 3? I could come pick it up. Let me know thanks for your time! :)
 

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