I am considering a Model S, and trying to decide between CPO and new. The most important feature I need is the rear facing seats. After that, my wife will veto black paint and black interior, so I need those upgrades. Sunroof or glass roof is preferred, but not essential. Everything else (sound package, autopilot, wheels, subzero, etc) is not important to me right now. 60kWh RWD is completely sufficient for us. When pricing it out new, I get $77k, which comes down to $66k after rebates and referral credit. When looking at CPO, it looks like I can get a 2013 or 2014 with tech package that matches for ~$54k. (Seems like roughly the same final price if I consider retrofitting one without the rear facing seats.) If it were completely apples to apples, then the $12k is real money I'd rather save. But, my question for this crowd is, what great feature would be missing from the CPO that might push me toward buying new? For context, we tend to keep cars a long time -- currently driving a 14 year old Subaru and a 15 year old Lexus, both bought new. Not sure this one will last quite that long, but will likely drive either until the parts wear out. Saw and read the recent similar threads (New or CPO? and HELP: CPO 85 or New 75D?) but would welcome any specific thoughts here!