Last Friday, Tesla finally launched their Pre-Owned Model S website, offering an initial 178 cars for sale. Though flashy and attractive, finding the right vehicle on the new website can be a bit of a challenge. Cars are separated by city and only sortable by trim and paint color. By Monday this problem was solved by Tesla Motors Club member and Tesla owner, HankLloydRight, who threw together what he calls the Tesla CPO Consolidator.
The CPO Consolidator allows one to quickly sort the entirety of Tesla’s CPO offerings by several different options. Whether you’re looking for the cheapest vehicle (currently a Model S 60kWh listed at $59k), or the lowest mileage vehicle (currently a P85 with 207 miles), both can be found in an instant.
The site also tracks removed vehicles, which are presumed to be sold. As of this posting, 39 CPO vehicles have been sold since Tesla launched the program a week ago. Canadian vehicles are in a separate chart as well.
According to Hank, the website is updated automatically once every hour. Finding newly added vehicles is as simple as sorting the chart by the “Date Added.”