It's electric, so the milage won't be an issue. It's really wear and tear to be on the lookout for. Mostly interior, but exterior as well. If there is an issue, it comes down to is the discount worth it if something isn't perfect. You can reject it (might cost you $250 if you don't select another vehicle), and if there is an issue there that would cause you to reject it, before you do, tell them about it. They might be able to fix it. Also, try and see if you can inspect it before putting down the deposit. Good luck!