Tesla Certified Pre-Owned Consolidator Makes It Easy To Find The Right CPO Model S For You

MAY 20 2015 BY MIKE ANTHONY 12

Tesla Model S CPO Program.

Tesla Model S CPO Program.

This interesting website supposedly makes it easier to search for a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Tesla Model S.

The actual Tesla Motors’ CPO tab just recently launched and immediately created quite a positive stir for less expensive CPO Model S EVs.

But this website take the CPO Model S search a step further by allowing you to select various parameters so that you can find the Model S that’s perfect for you.

Take a look below to see the CPO Configurator site (it’s crude, but it works):

Tesla Model S - CPO - Tesla Consolidator

As you can see, there is a large assortment of organizer tools to help find the Model S for you.

Upon clicking "Opts", it shows a list of options this specific Model S has.

Upon clicking “Opts”, it shows a list of options this specific Model S has.

Upon clicking "Link", it directs you to the Model S listing on Tesla Motor's website.

Upon clicking “Link”, it directs you to the Model S listing on Tesla Motors’ website.

Tesla’s CPO tab already allows you to select which major area, battery pack, and color option(s) you are seeking. In addition, the pricing is set so that at the top you’ll see the lowest priced Model S.  Once you click on a Model S in the list, it directs you to longer description of the specific vehicle;e.

So, the original CPO tab from Tesla does the job, but this new site gives one more option for those seeking a CPO Model S.

Has anyone purchased a CPO Model S?  If so, let us know about it in Comments below.

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12 Comments on "Tesla Certified Pre-Owned Consolidator Makes It Easy To Find The Right CPO Model S For You"

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Bobby sweet

What is the name off this cpo web site

kdawg

It’s linked in the article.

http://logmysc.com/cpo-reports.php

ggpa

I think their prices are too high. In 2013 a new model S 60 cost $60k, or $52.5k after Federal incentive.

To see that same used car on the list for more than $60k seems unreal. I guess these are “opening offers”, not “real prices”

ModernMarvelFan

In 2013 a new model S 60 cost $60k, or $52.5k after Federal incentive.”

No. In 2013, a new S60 started at $70K BEFORE incentives. (The $60isk figure already included incentives).

ggpa

MMF, You may be right, I do not recall when they stopped the S40, so my link above may be for the S40.

But even in that case, that means that an S60 that cost $62.5k in 2013, is still roughly the same price, even though the newer models have upgrades such as autopilot etc …

Nix

You still have to add on the cost of options.

Josh Bryant

Most of the cars have 10 – 20 k in options on them. I don’t think the Tesla CPO prices are negotiable.

ggpa

If “most” of the cars have “10 – 20k options”, you are talking about the cars that cost a lot more.

To confirm the validity of your speculation, you could take the 5 cheapest cars on the tesla CPO list, and confirm the value of their add ons.

It will not be close to $20k each!

Nix

ggpa — well, since you are the one saying the prices are too high, why don’t you do those calculations of a few randomly selected cars, and report back the results?

That way you can check your own presumptions and see if your initial post passes your own suggested level of scrutiny.

pjwood1

The 50,000 mile warranty adds a lot of appeal to the cars with 20k-50k miles. If you’re tempted, realize it is quite typical for Teslas to go from 265 miles of rated range, down to 255-260 within the first 6 months. Losses have been different for folks, since then, with 240-255 being where cars settle out.

Priusmaniac

Not yet working for Belgium or the rest of Europe. Can one set a buy threshold like for shares which would trigger an alert e-mail?