I've read the horror stories here, but I admit, I didn't think it'd happen to me. I've been contemplating a new Model S / X for a month or two now, and I wanted to see if Tesla would make the process smooth by giving me at least a fair amount on my trade in Model S.... boy was I wrong. I got my trade in evaluation about 48 hours later: $27,000. And apparently Tesla knows about some previous accident damage I don't. RIP my residual value. At that rate I'm well underwater on the car one year later. Some information about the car for anyone else comparing or getting values. I have 86,000 miles. Its a 2013 Aug production date. Air suspension, supercharging, and twin charging. I am the second owner. Carfax was clean, and the first owner didn't indicate any accident damage (not to say he wasn't lying). Car is in pristine condition, the previous owner had it washed and waxed almost everyday and I continue that trend for the most part. Not a single sign of accident damage anywhere on this car. I'm livid, so I'm venting more than anything, but c'mon... 27K on a 92K Invoice? And lesson learned, check with Tesla on any kind of preowned Tesla.