Hi there! I saw how helpful you all were to RedLoubs&wine when she asked for advice about buying a used Tesla and I thought I'd reach out. Any and all suggestions would be appreciated. I knew incredibly little about Teslas before I plunked down my money (first mistake). I impulsively bought a 2015 MS 70 with 79K miles from a used car dealer (second mistake). The price was good (35.4K), it was beautiful, it drove like a dream. Carfax said no accidents, two owners: the first, a 3-month lease; the second, the person who had it before the used car dealer got it. A week later, I went to pick it up, drove it 30 miles and stopped at a public charger. When I went to lock the car, the rear passenger handle wouldn't retract. I took it back to the dealer and they said they'd fix it. Since then, I've been doing all sorts of reading/viewing including "The Real Cost of Being Out of Warranty" and all of the expensive things that can go wrong with a Tesla. I have a couple options: 1) I could pitch a fit, maybe shed some money and get the dealer to take the car back (possible since it will take them forever to get the part, even if they can); 2) take the car and hope for the best; or 3) take the car and get an Xcelerate 4-year/50K warranty for $6.4K. If I had to do it over again, I'd probably get a CPO. Now, I just don't know what to do. I haven't slept in the week since I picked up the car. I'm filled with self doubt and have analysis paralysis. Thanks in advance.