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Discussion in 'Tesla for Sale' started by playarrz, Feb 24, 2017.
Please send all model info if selling. I live in the DC area. Thanks.
Here are two really good resournces to help you:
I have a owner near you with 2013 Tesla model S 60 with the extra jumper seats connection.
His is green with active suspension and nearly 80k miles.
If you are interested in his contact info, please Private Message me.
We have a 13 gray P85 with rear seats. 71k miles. Pm me if you are serious.
I have a 14 while S85 with rear seats and 45K miles. It's still under warranty. PM if you are interested. It's not posted for sale currently
Forgot to add that I am in NoVA
I am considering selling my S P90D to upgrade to an S100D due to frequent 200 mile round trips.
Lifetime free supercharging
Black/Carbon Fiber Interior
21" Grey Turbine Wheels
Dual Charger (80A)
Ultra HiFi sound
Two sets of floor mats
*Rear Facing Seats
Added the new center console
22k highway miles between Rochester and Minneapolis
Will consider offers
I'm in Baltimore area.
2014-60kWh 45,000 miles
Two sets of wheels and tires
21" Turbines and 19" Cyclones
Red Multi-Coat with Paint Armor
Pristine condition, hardly ever seen a drop of rain
Rear Facing Seats
Chrome Accents in Frunk and Trunk
Black textile seats
Carbon Fiber exterior accents
Would consider parting with this for $45,000
I'm selling my 2013 Model S (Performance 85 KWh) with 27,000 miles on it. The car has pretty much every extra available at the time. Black outside, beige inside, piano black interior trim, 22" gray wheels. Delivered to me on March 31, 2013, and has been trouble-free for four years. Recently had a full annual checkup by Tesla and has two new rear tires (fronts are about 50%).
KBB estimates the value of this car at roughly $55,000 to $56,500. The car is located in Miami, FL. PM me if interested in greater detail.
EDIT: I should also note that my car lives in an air-conditioned garage, and that I don't drive much (obviously, given only 27K miles in 4 years), so I only charge to 75% normally and then full-charge to 100% about 4-5 times a year to balance the pack. The result is that my battery still shows 260 miles of rated charge when I do a full charge: 98% of original capacity. This gives you an idea of what condition you should expect to see on this car.
FS: 2014 P85 with Autopilot