Folks, this place has been awesome, thank you. I've been spending every bit of free time I have reading up on common issues and the CPO process, specifically. Some of y'all had awful experiences, some had great ones. What I'm looking for is Parking Sensors, glass pano roof, and as few miles & issues as possible while staying at or under $60k. Hence, hoping for a 2014 or late 2013. Not very picky about colors. I'm in the Bay Area, primarily looking for California vehicles so that I can go get it myself and drive back home. Not a ton of options in the Bay right now. I also have to say the CPO advisor I've been exchanging emails with hasn't been very helpful, very slow responses, and that's only after I inquire twice about the same thing. I imagine they are overloaded, but still. Not exactly confidence-inspiring, especially considering some of the previous bad CPO experiences discussed here on TMC. I managed to narrow it all down to 6 cars that fit my criteria. Anything you notice re: pros & cons, as well as pricing (i.e. good/bad/okay deal), would be much appreciated: 1) Pre-Owned Model S | Tesla 2) 85 kWh Model S 5YJSA1H16EFP32909 | Tesla 3) 85 kWh Model S 5YJSA1H15EFP46512 | Tesla 4) 85 kWh Model S 5YJSA1H16EFP45319 | Tesla 5) 85 kWh Model S 5YJSA1CN8DFP27204 | Tesla 6) 85 kWh Model S 5YJSA1DN3DFP20899 | Tesla (this is the only one near me, the advantage being I can probably go check it out in person first) P.S. Some might already know this, but for those who struggled like me, trying to get an answer from Tesla or figure out which cars have parking sensors or other options you're looking for, here's an awesome post explaining how: How to tell if an CPO has parking sensors. Is there a serial number date when it added standard in tech packages? • /r/teslamotors P.P.S. About that beer, I mean it.