Hi all, I have a potential purchase of a 2016 MS P90DL from my best friend. My buddy got the car last spring from Tesla and paid around 62k with 30k miles. The car now has 40k miles on it. So... I am getting my plug hopefully installed in my garage Tuesday and our plan is to establish what a dealer would pay for the car by bringing it to carmax and see what their offer would be and I would then offer more. The issue is really what would be a fair price to pay for the car? I know about potential 90 battery pack issues... I have to look at the car and see what version battery it is. Right now at 100% it shows a 255mi range... is that "normal" degredation? The car is blue over a light grey interior. Exterior is in excellent shape. Interior is in good shape except a small tear on the side of the seat cushion bolster of the driver's seat. It has 21' wheels, air suspension, sunroof, and free supercharging. I only see one MS P90DL on teslas website with around 61k miles for around 62k not including the shipping charge... so anyone care to take a guess what they think carmax would offer for the car? I think anywhere from 49-53k and then I think I would offer a few more thousand above their offer. My hope is to not pay over 56k for the car. IF the offer is super lowball by friend will just keep it. He owes $52k on the car and doesn't want to keep paying the payment with other expenses on the horizon (chiefly a wedding and an high maintenance fiancé). I want the car but I don't want to overpay. I figure if this deal falls through I will keep driving my ICE car and eventually get a performance model Y but from a value standpoint I want to get this deal done... I want my friend to feel he got a fair deal and I don't want to overpay... so what would you think would be a fair amount for both parties?