So recently took delivery of a 2016 P90DL V2 battery, 49000 miles, 2019.32.12.7 b728e1d. My experience was...ok. Getting any real info on the vehicle from Tesla was almost impossible other than some poorly taken photos on the website. No history other than it had never been repaired. In the week I've had it it seems to be driving very well but I have nothing to really reference it against. I've been very concerned to read that Tesla is in the habit of throttling vehicles that have done too much supercharging or too many launches, and I have not yet found a way to research if my car is one of those. I also am aware the 90 Kwh battery is more prone to degradation. My initial data:
Range was around 260 miles at 100%, then instantly downgraded to 240 miles after one day in northern Nevada and 10-30 degree weather.
I got around 110 KW/h supercharging until around 50% and it then dropped to the 60-70 range for the rest of the charge.
I get 29 mi/hour of charge on my home 240 volt charger.
I cannot launch the car no matter what I try. I can put the car in ludicrous mode + and select max battery, but it does not give me an estimate of how long it will take to warm up from that point. I am very familiar with launching cars, and stomping on the brake firmly and putting the accelerator down and then lifting and reapplying the accelerator while holding the brake only results in a two pedal error, never a message that launch control is available. I have reviewed the threads about this on the forum.
Does all of this pass the smell test? Anything I should be concerned about? I'm most concerned that the car was already launched too many times in the past and has had its privileges revoked. Any input is appreciated.