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[email protected] 10-14-2019 04:56 PM

Lots of Used I-Pace listed online
 
I don't typically look at used cars on the market, but with the i-pace being on sale for only a year is 40 a lot considering its only a year and they've only sold a few thousand? According to autotrader the least amount of miles is 10? How can that be a used car? The car with the highest mileage is 10,471. The cheapest car is $64,899 for a HSE with 5087 miles and most expensive is $93k. There is one private seller asking $71k. He/She really must want to get rid of it.


There is one used 2020 for sale.


For comparison there are only five used 2019 Tesla Model S listed for sale, four Model X and 44 Audi E-Trons

kkemp 10-14-2019 05:25 PM

Nearly half of those (18 of 40) are from the same seller and are very basic listings with no photos. Makes me wonder if those listings represent actual cars they have on their lot or if there is something else going on.

Dantrium 10-14-2019 05:34 PM

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Originally Posted by [email protected] (Post 44897)
I don't typically look at used cars on the market, but with the i-pace being on sale for only a year is 40 a lot considering its only a year and they've only sold a few thousand? According to autotrader the least amount of miles is 10? How can that be a used car? The car with the highest mileage is 10,471. The cheapest car is $64,899 for a HSE with 5087 miles and most expensive is $93k. There is one private seller asking $71k. He/She really must want to get rid of it.


There is one used 2020 for sale.


For comparison there are only five used 2019 Tesla Model S listed for sale, four Model X and 44 Audi E-Trons

The one listed with 10471 is my old car & they have it listed at $74555. The same dealer has another Photon Red FE with only 469 miles listed for $10000 less! Not sure how that pricing works...

I would guess a fair number of the cars are, like mine, corporate buybacks. It just occurred to me that is another incentive for JLR to do the voluntary buyback over a forced lemon law buyback. The can avoid having a negative CarFax on the car.

dtgsrq 10-15-2019 12:29 AM

I'm sure my 2019 FE with 5k miles is out there somewhere "on the market"... only thing wrong with it was that the heated windshield caught me by surprise - HATED the distortion. JLR refused to allow dealer to change out the windshield so dealer architected a "trade-in".

I'm most surprised by your mention of 44 Audi e-trons... those have only been out a handful of months??

SeanM1 10-15-2019 01:21 AM

If you want to see a lot of tesla go to swap a lease site. Sometimes there is a huge inventory of people who just want out.

jsimon7777 10-15-2019 02:47 AM

Oh man. P100D for $2,111.57 a month, and that's after they do a huge incentive. Almost 500 miles left a month! Meanwhile a new lease is much, much less. And the 91k end of lease buyout. Sigh.

Don't get me wrong. Our car doesn't have the greatest residual. But a P100D that sold for 150k 2 years ago? That's a car with a crap residual.

nath_h 10-15-2019 09:57 AM

I just bought a 2nd I Pace, so spent a lot of time looking at various options. The one I bought was a dealer demo w/ 2,200 miles and never titled. It was new, but somehow they applied the CPO warranty and it was listed under "used". So maybe some of those cars fall in a weird category that are not quite new and not quite used. I think there are enough 2019's on lots that dealers are getting creative regarding how to clear them out w/ 2020's already coming.







Quote:

Originally Posted by [email protected] (Post 44897)
I don't typically look at used cars on the market, but with the i-pace being on sale for only a year is 40 a lot considering its only a year and they've only sold a few thousand? According to autotrader the least amount of miles is 10? How can that be a used car? The car with the highest mileage is 10,471. The cheapest car is $64,899 for a HSE with 5087 miles and most expensive is $93k. There is one private seller asking $71k. He/She really must want to get rid of it.


There is one used 2020 for sale.


For comparison there are only five used 2019 Tesla Model S listed for sale, four Model X and 44 Audi E-Trons


PS702 10-15-2019 10:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SeanM1 (Post 44931)
If you want to see a lot of tesla go to swap a lease site. Sometimes there is a huge inventory of people who just want out.

Teslas are at the Manheim and Adesa Auctions
Tesla controls the flow of the cars to the public and their resale values are atrocious.
The lease residual values are not inductive of the true market values.

Tesla resale values are so poor that they couldn't even create a lease program with a financial institution for the Model 3.

NerdUno 10-15-2019 10:42 AM

We happen to have one in mint condition that we plan to sell locally (Charleston, SC) because we need a car for traveling and the infrastructure just isn't there yet in S.E. United States. If anyone is interested, we'll consider any reasonable offer. Loaded 2019 FE with 7K miles.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EG7GacgW...pg&name=medium

[email protected] 10-15-2019 10:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dantrium (Post 44903)
The one listed with 10471 is my old car & they have it listed at $74555. The same dealer has another Photon Red FE with only 469 miles listed for $10000 less! Not sure how that pricing works...

I would guess a fair number of the cars are, like mine, corporate buybacks. It just occurred to me that is another incentive for JLR to do the voluntary buyback over a forced lemon law buyback. The can avoid having a negative CarFax on the car.

My corporate buyback is also listed for sale at overflow $73k, not sure they’re gonna get anything over $70k when you can buy new for less with the tax credit. Buyback is better than writing off a lemon


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