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Which one? Or should I just wait.

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Brewcitpizza, Mar 23, 2017.

  1. Brewcitpizza

    Brewcitpizza Member

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    2014 P85D $83K 42kmiles
    Has everything except rear facing seats and red caliperss

    85 kWh Performance Model S 5YJSA1H29EFP63015 | Tesla


    The other is a 2015 85D white with Grey leather
    32k miles $69k
    Exactly the same options except the P has 21" wheels

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    Do you think the P is worth 14k more? Even though it's a CPO.
     
  2. Off Shore

    Off Shore Supporting Member

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    14 large for the G rush is either worth it to you or not. As for waiting, it's probably too late.
     
  3. SmartElectric

    SmartElectric Active Member

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    P85D all the way.

    The $14K difference will cost you $7K long term, as you'll get $7K more for the car when you sell it in three years time when used P100DL's come on the market "forcing" you to upgrade. Just lookin' out for you.. You're welcome! ;-)
     
  4. Saghost

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    If I understood right, the P85D is a CPO, and the 85D isn't? That $14k is buying you 32,000 miles of extra bumper to bumper warranty in addition to the G rush, which is cheap for such a warranty...
     
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  5. RichardD

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    CPO's reset their clock so you get 4 years 50,000 miles from the time you purchase it.. In my opinion a win.
    85d is around 4.1~4.0 0-60
    P85d is 3.2
    So it is a big jump in speed. I do hear alot of people that buy the 21's don't like how fast the tires wear, as well as the actual driving experience. My loaner was a P85 and it had the 21's. I like it, but would not give up CPO for them.

    Hope that helps and good luck with whichever you choose.!
     

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