Re: Official Tesla Model S thread
Posted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 2:54 pm
dgpcolorado wrote:With the ability to buy a brand new 3 for $36.2k to mid $40s, depending on options chosen, It is hard for me to see CPO Model Ses holding their current value. Perhaps abasile will be right and the CPO S will hold its value after the tax credits are gone and no longer skew the market.
Yeah, but you have to knock $10k off the price of the 3 in California ($12.5k in Colorado?) to get closer to apples-to-apples. And I personally would not consider a used Model S/X without the 4-year CPO warranty given the cost of certain out-of-warranty repairs.
Next of 2018 will be difference with tax credits running out for Tesla, but I highly suspect that with Tesla and GM running out next year, there will be a decent push to change the EV tax credit rules.