Hey Guys Im very new to the forum and was hoping that I could get some advice based on your experiences. Im currently driving a 2014 3 series BMW, and have been a long time fan of the Tesla. I put a deposit on the Model 3 first day, but am becoming skeptical that its coming any time soon....and with the recent price drops in the Model S CPOs have gotten the itch, as Im thinking the pricing may be pretty close at the end of the day. I really like the staff at the dealership here, and they CPO manager has been very on top of telling me when they have incoming vehicles that are priced well. This week he called me because they had 2 Model S cars coming into inventory that are the lowest priced CPOs they ever had. The first is a black 2013 60 KW, well equipped with Tech package, pano roof, piano black, cold weather package and paint armour. The car has just shy of 60000 km (37000 miles) and is priced at $58k The other is a white 2014 85 KW, same equipment without paint armour with 68000 Km (44000 miles). Its priced $4000 higher. Both are CPO with extended warranties. I'm pretty stretched on the budget buying the 60 kw car, but much prefer the colour of the 85 and am debating whether to bite the bullet. My questions are....firstly, Ive never purchased a car with mileage this high and am concerned. I would be doing a 6 year finance, and drive about 14000 km a year. Id probably trade after 4 years, and the mileage would be fairly high. Is this a bad idea?...obviously the 85 has higher mileage albeit a year newer. I keep hearing that mileage is less of an issue on these, but is that actually the case? Secondly, how much of a real world difference will I notice between the 60 and the 85. My typical driving is in the city for a work commute w a drive to a cottage 3-4 times a year. Is it really worth the extra $4000 to bump up the range? Lastly, are either of these cars worth buying in your opinion, or should I just hold out for something else as it seems that prices are falling?...or should I just wait for the Model 3 Thanks in advance. I know that all of this is very individualized decisions, but would love some insight based on current drivers.