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Purchased a High-Mileage Tesla Model S for $7800 at Auction – What’s the Damage?

Welcome back to Auto Auction Rebuilds, ladies and gentlemen! Today, we have an exciting new car purchase to share with you. It’s the first car purchase of 2024, and it’s a 1987 Nissan right-hand drive Japanese import. This microcar is something you’ve probably never seen before, and we can’t wait to show it off in tomorrow’s video.

But today, we’re focusing on another exciting purchase – a Tesla Model S P85 that was bought for a seriously cheap price at a red light. This car has almost 300,000 miles on the odometer, and it’s still running on its original battery and motor. It’s a performance model, and it’s a rear-wheel drive car that can go from 0 to 60 in around 4 seconds.

The best part? The price paid for this Tesla was less than what most people sell them for with a completely blown battery. At $7,800, it’s a steal for a 2013 Tesla Model S performance. The blog writer is excited about the opportunity to debunk the myth that Tesla repairs are always expensive, as there are third-party service facilities that can fix a degraded battery for as little as $5,000.

The blog writer takes the Tesla for a test drive and is impressed with its performance and condition. Despite some issues with the HVAC system, the car runs and drives well. The writer also shares their plans for future videos, including a road trip comparison between the Tesla and a Toyota Prius.

Overall, the blog story is engaging and informative, providing insights into the world of car auctions, electric vehicles, and DIY car repairs. It’s a mix of car reviews, personal experiences, and future plans that will keep readers hooked till the end.



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