A lot more? and who did you through,
Tesla offered <30k for my 2019 SR w/ AP and 27k mi. Carvana/Carmax/Carshop all came in at 36k. Local dealer came in much better (cash, I didn't buy from them). Even with the sales tax benefit of selling back to Tesla, it didn't make any sense.
@leeh97 For my 2019 (June build) LR AWD, w/FSD, with 7895 miles, Tesla offered me $51,600 on trade against a MS Plaid. I locked that in on August 1st.I have a 2019 LR AWD, 7800miles, clean all over. Supercharged 700 miles, battery shows 315mi range at 100%.
Wanted to upgrade to a Model S for more space.
Put the Model 3 for sale, its been 2 weeks and zero interest. Was asking 45k. 2 people asked if it was still avail then no reply.
I sold my 2017 mazda miata with 27k miles 4 months ago after 3 weeks of advertising. over 10 inquiries in 3 weeks. Sold for 1k less than i asked.
Kbb does not include the m3 in its instant cash offer feature... Why? I guess they know demand is low. Tons of m3 on used car sites. Telsa offering me at most 40k trade-in.
Conclusion if you are considering: fantastic car but still no used market. All the talk of teslas retaining their values is BS, prob no better than a chrysler.
PS i live in CA, the supposed hotbed for EVs.
It appears that base model 3s is where the most demand is at. I just sold my 2018 mid-range Model 3, black, 57k miles for $35,000 to a dealer down the street. Now I have to wait another month or so for replacement to arrive (also Model 3).
Nice. Resale this good doesn't happen often... only the 2nd time I've sold for more than I bought on a new car (tax and all).It appears that base model 3s is where the most demand is at. I just sold my 2018 mid-range Model 3, black, 57k miles for $35,000 to a dealer down the street. Now I have to wait another month or so for replacement to arrive (also Model 3).