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Wow There are 7 P85D's for sale on Ebay

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Xenoilphobe, Dec 10, 2015.

  1. Xenoilphobe

    Xenoilphobe Active Member

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    This has to be a record! Seven P85D's on Ebay in one week! I hope to get one this coming year for $80K!
     
  2. DougH

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    Most of those cars have been listed for a while, just like the ones listed on Tesla's site. People are not paying the high price that people are asking. I got tired of waiting and bought a P85+ with AP. I will sell it when P85D prices come down to your price range.
     
  3. spentan

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    Lol that's because the prices on eBay are way too high. I bought a cpo p85d for 97,600 today
     
  4. Xenoilphobe

    Xenoilphobe Active Member

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    True - extremely overpriced. Congrats on your "new to you" P85D.. Good price too.
     
  5. AMPd

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    Another one??!!!!

    Seriously, you're making Elon Musk jealous!
     
  6. hasselboxster

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    for giggles, i called a lender - they'll let you borrow upto 110% value on a vehicle. i gave them a specific vin for a loaded 2014 p85d i was looking at. they said NADA price is $71,750. feels like if any p85d owner totals their vehicle its going to be a huge battle to be able to replace it, no? i.e. insurance not going to pay what it costs to get another one.
     
  7. andrewket

    andrewket 2014 S P85DL, 2016 X P90DL (soon 100)

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    Depends on your insurance. You don't have to buy a policy that pays market value. You can get replacement value, or even set value.
     
  8. WMAC

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    Isn't what gap insurance is for?
     
  9. luvnMyTS

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    Clearly NADA has no clue, it's likely giving an average price of all Model S rather than just the P85D. Surely nobody is selling a year old P85D for $71,750. Cars do depreciate most in the first year, but certainly not $50,000 in one year.
     
  10. bart513

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    I pay Liberty Mutual an extra $300/year (I think) to get full replacement value.
     

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