Others can (and I'm sure...will) correct me if I'm wrong but, I believe the adjustable suspension is optional on the non-sport Roadsters and standard on the Sport versions.
I am going to get a CPO from Tesla. Any tips on what to look out for? Also, is adjustable suspension an option or standard? Is hard top much better than soft top?
That is correct. Adjustable suspension is highly recommended - it's a better suspension even if you don't ever adjust it. It has more travel and less likely to bottom out.
Or you can just trust in Karma, and send a really big check to a guy you've never met for a car you've never seen. Sometimes that works too. :biggrin: I've been happy ever since!
This is how I bought my second roadster.You have no idea how close that wa to my purchase. Worked out very well in my case too, but I sometimes shudder to think of how many ways it could have gone wrong. Sometimes, after doing a reasonable bit of homework, you just have to trust your gut and go for it.
How does one know (without removing anything like the tires) whether one has the adjustable suspension? I've had my 2.0 #834 since the first of the year, and the more I learn about the car, the more I am surprised (and delighted) by some of the upgrades the previous owner had done. I presume the suspension is stock 2.0 non-sport, but am prepared to be delighted again!
Also ..... The ends of the anti-rollbars on the adjustable suspension have 3 holes, to adjust their settings.....How does one know (without removing anything like the tires) whether one has the adjustable suspension?