Someone's really asking for $158,000 for a 2.0 Roadster Sport with 2500 miles on it? Good luck I guess.
I'm amazed that there's one with 73 miles on it for sale. I wonder what the story with these cars is. Does a dealer buy it to attract customers to the showroom or something and never drive it?
Seems like it must be very difficult to sell these at these prices right now since you can get a brand new one for just like you want it for really not that much of a premium -- if that is you don't consider the options included with these cars which are wildly overpriced in the first place... once Tesla stops producing the car then the used prices start making more sense though. Trying to get $158,000 for the used 2010 sport borders on delusional. I have never seen a used 2.5 on the market, I wonder if there are any?
I can't imagine anyone with a 2.5 wanting to sell.
Model S #5253 - Black 85kWh
One of these is sold, maybe more.
The world loves to be deceived.
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