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Value adjustment on smaller battery models?

Discussion in 'Model S' started by NedBevFan, Sep 2, 2016.

  1. NedBevFan

    NedBevFan Member

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    Now that the P100D is officially released, how do you think the market will shake up on models with smaller battery packs? Same question with regard to used cars?
    Personally I'm just as likely to buy a 60D now as I was before, nothing has changed on my needs/wishlist. I wasn't going to buy a P90D then, I won't buy a P100D now, (whether or not I could afford one), I don't need the Performance model, though the range would be great. If I had the money, I would get a 90D though for the range.
     
  2. randy1077

    randy1077 Model X60 Vin 180XX. Reverved 8/11/2016

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    From my casual observation on used Tesla prices, the lower battery models retain a much higher percentage of their original MSRP. Some people whom paid $50,000 (after tax credit) for a 40KWh back in early 2013 can still get almost $40,000 now, 3.5 years later.
     
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  3. NedBevFan

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    Thanks Randy, I'm 'new' to the game, hadn't even looked at a tesla until the model 3 announcement.
     

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