All the Money: This High-Mileage Tesla Model S 2018 Sold for Over $50,000

The 2018 Tesla The Model S100D burned 103,999 miles of Georgia's back roads even before finding itself on the icy tarmac of the CarMax auction lot.  Uber-level daily drives were just above the 100,000-mile threshold for sales for this state-of-the-art unit from CarMax. There have been no accidents in the history of Carfax. And if you're a sole proprietor, it's probably sold at a higher price to Tesla enthusiasts. But there was a problem.  This Tesla Model S was a top-of-the-range model, but had no manufacturer warranty because the odometer reading had already voided the 8-year/100,000-mile factory warranty. Whoever buys this car will think about the battery life and life of the car. How low was the battery? How long does the battery last? Electric cars are often considered a rotating time bomb that is useless if the battery needs to be replaced.  It's nearly impossible to keep track of all of this at auctions, where thousands of cars are often piled up for days in football-sized parking lots. This is especially true for companies like Carmax, which sells 15,000 cars nationwide every week. All wholesale auctions, in which millions of trade-in and non-lease cars are sold each year, are lagging behind the Ice Age that provided the foundation for these electric vehicle batteries to thousands of dealers looking to buy these cars. .. The risk is that if the hammer falls, it could reduce the price the seller gets at auction.     In the case of electric vehicles, the risks can be really dire. Sometimes you can bid for auto phishing. You can also get stuck in a 3 ton paperweight that costs thousands of dollars to repair. An electric car like this Tesla has junk bond risk when it really should be a good stock. Tesla is now better equipped to stick to those prices, higher than many cars, but pre-sale inspections at auction struggle to deliver the same level of value.  However, I was shocked that it sold for $50,500 and $650 in purchase expenses. That's a lot of money for me. That was slightly more than the cost of a doubly-wide mobile home bought on five acres on the Alabama border in 2016. We are currently renting the property for $1300 per month. But perhaps I was able to get even better performance by listing this high-end Tesla A Turo.  It's so hard to say. On the one hand, it costs about $35,000 cheaper than the bulk version of this particular model (just north of $83,000 on average). That sounds apocalyptic to the seller until it is discovered that this Tesla Super Mileage is actually about 80,000 miles more than the typical 2018 Model S (mid-1920s odometer reading).  My personal preference is twice the size of 5 acres. This is a risky purchase along with all the options on my part. If I had known more it would have been nice to buy this car and roll the dice, but it was too risky for me.

The 2018 Tesla The Model S100D burned 103,999 miles of Georgia's back roads even before finding itself on the icy tarmac of the CarMax auction lot.

Uber-level daily drives were just above the 100,000-mile threshold for sales for this state-of-the-art unit from CarMax. There have been no accidents in the history of Carfax. And if you're a sole proprietor, it's probably sold at a higher price to Tesla enthusiasts. But there was a problem.

This Tesla Model S was a top-of-the-range model, but had no manufacturer warranty because the odometer reading had already voided the 8-year/100,000-mile factory warranty. Whoever buys this car will think about the battery life and life of the car. How low was the battery? How long does the battery last? Electric cars are often considered a rotating time bomb that is useless if the battery needs to be replaced.

It's nearly impossible to keep track of all of this at auctions, where thousands of cars are often piled up for days in football-sized parking lots. This is especially true for companies like Carmax, which sells 15,000 cars nationwide every week.

All wholesale auctions, in which millions of trade-in and non-lease cars are sold each year, are lagging behind the Ice Age that provided the foundation for these electric vehicle batteries to thousands of dealers looking to buy these cars. .. The risk is that if the hammer falls, it could reduce the price the seller gets at auction.

The 2018 Tesla The Model S100D burned 103,999 miles of Georgia's back roads even before finding itself on the icy tarmac of the CarMax auction lot.  Uber-level daily drives were just above the 100,000-mile threshold for sales for this state-of-the-art unit from CarMax. There have been no accidents in the history of Carfax. And if you're a sole proprietor, it's probably sold at a higher price to Tesla enthusiasts. But there was a problem.  This Tesla Model S was a top-of-the-range model, but had no manufacturer warranty because the odometer reading had already voided the 8-year/100,000-mile factory warranty. Whoever buys this car will think about the battery life and life of the car. How low was the battery? How long does the battery last? Electric cars are often considered a rotating time bomb that is useless if the battery needs to be replaced.  It's nearly impossible to keep track of all of this at auctions, where thousands of cars are often piled up for days in football-sized parking lots. This is especially true for companies like Carmax, which sells 15,000 cars nationwide every week. All wholesale auctions, in which millions of trade-in and non-lease cars are sold each year, are lagging behind the Ice Age that provided the foundation for these electric vehicle batteries to thousands of dealers looking to buy these cars. .. The risk is that if the hammer falls, it could reduce the price the seller gets at auction.     In the case of electric vehicles, the risks can be really dire. Sometimes you can bid for auto phishing. You can also get stuck in a 3 ton paperweight that costs thousands of dollars to repair. An electric car like this Tesla has junk bond risk when it really should be a good stock. Tesla is now better equipped to stick to those prices, higher than many cars, but pre-sale inspections at auction struggle to deliver the same level of value.  However, I was shocked that it sold for $50,500 and $650 in purchase expenses. That's a lot of money for me. That was slightly more than the cost of a doubly-wide mobile home bought on five acres on the Alabama border in 2016. We are currently renting the property for $1300 per month. But perhaps I was able to get even better performance by listing this high-end Tesla A Turo.  It's so hard to say. On the one hand, it costs about $35,000 cheaper than the bulk version of this particular model (just north of $83,000 on average). That sounds apocalyptic to the seller until it is discovered that this Tesla Super Mileage is actually about 80,000 miles more than the typical 2018 Model S (mid-1920s odometer reading).  My personal preference is twice the size of 5 acres. This is a risky purchase along with all the options on my part. If I had known more it would have been nice to buy this car and roll the dice, but it was too risky for me.

In the case of electric vehicles, the risks can be really dire. Sometimes you can bid for auto phishing. You can also get stuck in a 3 ton paperweight that costs thousands of dollars to repair.

An electric car like this Tesla has junk bond risk when it really should be a good stock. Tesla is now better equipped to stick to those prices, higher than many cars, but pre-sale inspections at auction struggle to deliver the same level of value.

However, I was shocked that it sold for $50,500 and $650 in purchase expenses. That's a lot of money for me. That was slightly more than the cost of a doubly-wide mobile home bought on five acres on the Alabama border in 2016. We are currently renting the property for $1300 per month. But perhaps I was able to get even better performance by listing this high-end Tesla A Turo.

It's so hard to say. On the one hand, it costs about $35,000 cheaper than the bulk version of this particular model (just north of $83,000 on average). That sounds apocalyptic to the seller until it is discovered that this Tesla Super Mileage is actually about 80,000 miles more than the typical 2018 Model S (mid-1920s odometer reading).

My personal preference is twice the size of 5 acres. This is a risky purchase along with all the options on my part. If I had known more it would have been nice to buy this car and roll the dice, but it was too risky for me.

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