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Toronto resident looking for a used Tesla Model S85 or P85

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Ecolimo, Dec 10, 2014.

  1. Ecolimo

    Ecolimo Alan

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    I am in the market for a 2012 or 2013 Model S, either a regular 85 or a P85. I would prefer white or silver but will consider all colours. I understand that Tesla is offering a fairly low trade-in $ and I am willing to pay more than what they value them at. Please contact me by phone, text or email if you have one to sell. I'm ready to buy anytime.
     
  2. Jaff

    Jaff Active Member

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    Have you tried Auto Trader Canada...there have been some listed on that site...
     
  3. In2oil

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    I have a TESLA Model S P85 for sale, it has 22500km on the clock. it's black on black. Fully loaded, premium lighting, full leather, pain armor,/// 21 inch rims, roof and more BRAND new main battery. no accident. if you want more information, call me 403-827-8875
    private sale, no GST.. no lien. non smoker 20140818_132907_resized_3.jpg

    85K.. take it or leave it price!
     
  4. Ecolimo

    Ecolimo Alan

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    Used Tesla

    Yes, I'm always looking at Autotrader.ca - I'm trying to buy one in the $65-$80 range
     
  5. Jaff

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    Well, I know of a couple (that were on Auto Trader) that you've missed out on within the last two weeks...
     
  6. Ecolimo

    Ecolimo Alan

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    Yes, I've seen them all over the past few weeks. There will be a lot more coming as current owners order their "D"'s. There will be a bit of a glut of them for a while making prices attractive!
     
  7. Canuck

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    Maybe no GST but in both Ontario and BC (and probably all other Provinces except tax-free Alberta) we pay the equivalent 5% of the GST -- it's just added to the PST to increase the PST by 5% -- on used cars even from private vendors:

    Ontario:
    Note: If you are buying a vehicle from a licensed motor vehicle dealer, you must pay the Harmonized Sales Tax to the dealer. If you are buying a vehicle privately, you are required to pay 13% Retail Sales Tax. Please refer to the Ministry of Revenue’s web site athttp://www.rev.gov.on.ca/en/tax/rst/ for further information.

    BC:
    If you buy a used car in British Columbia, expect to pay between 12 and 15 percent in sales tax, depending on the car's value and where you purchase it.
    If you buy the car from a dealer, federal goods and services tax, GST, is charged at a rate of 5 percent.
    Provincial sales tax, PST, is also charged at a rate of 7 percent for vehicles less than $55,000. PST increases by 1 percent for each additional $1,000, up to a maximum of 10 percent for vehicles above $57,000.
    GST does not apply to used vehicles sold privately, but a 12-percent PST is charged on those.

     
  8. Jaff

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    Yes, more coming, but I doubt very much there will be a "glut" of them...I guess you should keep an eye on the Tesla's Canadian sales figures to see how many are being ordered...although it will not tell you how many of the new sales are from those existing MS owners who are trading their current vehicles ...as well, Canadian Model S's can be exported to the U.S., so you will have some competition for the vehicles that become available...

     
  9. Luclyluciano

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    yes, I think the glut us over. I think anyone seriously needing to sell has already posted on autotrader and priced it right.
     
  10. hemants

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    You can avoid dual taxation by having Tesla do a convenience sale.

    Ie. Seller trades in to Tesla at agree price, you buy from Tesla at agreed price.

    This way the seller still gets the 13% tax benefit on trade in.

    I see some sellers trying to get Tesla trade in price + $20k but suspect they will take a lot less as delivery date approaches
     
  11. shiny

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    Anyone happen to know what formula Tesla uses for trade-in on used Teslas?
     
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    #12 In2oil, Jan 5, 2015
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    Mine is still available.. I am quite well priced, low KM 22,5km new main Battery , NOW a D! no accident, dent or anything.
    it is fully equiped minus rear seats and heated rear seats. otherwise, it has it all.

    Fog lights, tech package, lighting package, sunroof. 21inch rims...

    description below!!
     

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