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Why buy a 60 Inventory?

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Buckeye2320, Jul 18, 2015.

  1. Buckeye2320

    Buckeye2320 Member

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    So I am looking at the CPO Consolidator and I see that there are S60's for sale that are Inventory cars and still eligible for Federal and State credits, but I look at the Tesla site and I can get a 70D for about the same price.

    I am not looking for a lot:
    Pano
    Dual Chargers
    Black Leather/Nappa Seats

    The inventory vehicle in my area is $81,171
    1) does not have the dual chargers
    2) Not all wheel drive

    a new 70D is $79,250 and has everything

    So why buy a 60?
     
  2. Oil4AsphaultOnly

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    You wouldn't. Not everything on the CPO list are good deals, that's why there's occasional price changes.
     
  3. Mr X

    Mr X Future Owner

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    there was just a 60 with Pano that went for 47k
     
  4. TexasEV

    TexasEV Active Member

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    If you find the car you want at the right price don't worry if it doesn't have dual chargers-- that installation is done at the service center now for $2000.
     
  5. TomServo

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    pre-owned 60's seem to be priced to sell, Inventory cars not so much if compared to say the new S70 and considering you can't negotiate all you can do/hope is that Tesla starts lowering the prices of those Inventory cars.

    A NEW minimally optioned S70 (assuming I could control my urged to load it up) could be alluring But in any event my OTD price of an MS is low to maybe MID sixties.

    Decisions - Decisions.
     
  6. Nevek

    Nevek Overt Member

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    As you describe it, it sounds like an intelligence test.
     
  7. MsElectric

    MsElectric Active Member

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    You are absolutely right. The pricing of some 60s is nonsensical and they'll have to revise those prices sooner or later.

    The pricing of most inventory 60s and some CPO 60s makes absolutely no sense when now you have the 70D and the 70RWD for not much more or just around the same price range. For a great example of how you are likely missing a bunch of brain cells if you buy some of the overpriced 60s look at this gem being sold for $86K:

    http://www.teslamotors.com/models/preowned/P77580
     

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