(CBS SF) – Just a few months after its debut, the first Tesla Model X electric SUV has hit the used car market. Those who are interested should be ready to pay a steep markup.

A person who goes by the name “stealth md” on the online marketplace Panjo is offering the Model X for $215,000, about 60 percent more than the $134,200 sticker price. The owner said the car has no problems, dents or scratches and has 500 miles on the odometer.

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Used car listing on Panjo showing a Tesla Model X being offered for $215,000. (CBS)

Used car listing on Panjo showing a Tesla Model X being offered for $215,000. (CBS)

“The reason I’m selling is because I don’t really need an SUV right now,” the purported owner said.

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According to the listing, the SUV for sale comes in “signature” red and includes autopilot, leather interior and subzero weather package.

After numerous delays, the Model X officially debuted last fall. In its first quarter of production, Tesla produced 208 SUVs.

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While Tesla is offering new Model X vehicles for significantly less, as low as $81,000, interested buyers will have to wait. On their website, the automaker said the estimated delivery for new reservations would take place in the “latter half” of this year.