I’ve just ordered a new 100D and am reluctantly selling my beloved model S. It has air suspension, black leather interior with heated seats, and an aftermarket Evannex center console.
The price includes an extended service agreement (ESA) good through 100,000 miles/ November 2019. ($2,000 discount if you don’t want it.)
The drive unit (motor, inverter, and gearbox) was replaced at 73,000 miles after a technician heard a slight buzzing sound at a regular service. Now runs better than new—it seems to be more efficient than the original drive unit.
The dark green paint (no longer available) has Opti-coat ceramic paint protection.
The car originally had a 60-kWh battery, but was upgraded to the full 85 configuration at 11,000 miles. It’s very possibly the only Model S to have done so; my gung-ho local service center did it before the factory told them they couldn’t. Battery currently retains 94 percent of capacity, with an indicated range of 250 miles.
This car has been featured in multiple articles on the website Green Car Reports. You can follow its entire history on the site.
One minor front-end scrape, fully repaired by a high-end Tesla-authorized body shop.