So 3 months ago, I decided to purchase the CPO listed in my signature (with only 10k miles) as opposed to purchasing a new 2017. This decision saved me roughly 3-4k off sales price compared to buying a new one along with getting a better battery and more options such as a Pano Roof and wood trim. It also allowed me to finance less since I would have had to wait until next year to get a tax break. I bought my CPO for $72,500. The only downside to not purchasing new was not getting AP2 and getting the new facelift. Fast forward and now that same $3,500 difference gets me a 75D battery instead of a 60, glass roof and of course the new facelift, which I actually really like a lot more now than the old front. In addition, AP2.0 has almost reached parity. There is also a $500 New York State rebate now as well. I actually also miss having Sirius built into the car as I find it annoying to constantly use the iPhone app via Bluetooth. I might consider the UFHD if purchasing new. I think a 75 battery would suit me fine since I drive 30 miles round trip on most days. I love my car, but why do I feel such lust for a new one now? I assume these feelings are very normal when buying a Tesla as they are constantly changing their technology and options but I am curious to see how others have dealt with this? Is this normal? Or am I being completely impulsive? I probably would take a pretty decent hit if I traded it in or sold it privately to buy a new one. My guess is 7k. My car now has 12,600 miles.