I purchased an inventory vehicle that had roughly 1,500 miles on it. Fully loaded minus towing package. Discount of $5,000. Delivery took an extra few weeks to "bring the vehicle up to Tesla standards" which included repairing two of the black wheels that had scuffs/curb rash. When the day finally came to take delivery I walked around the entire vehicle to mainly check that each of the wheels had been repaired properly. The Delivery Advisor then walked us through the vehicle and showed us how the frunk operates. Immediately I noticed a large chip in the paint right on the nose of the vehicle - obviously from a rock. I pointed out the chip in the paint and was told "you already received a discount on the car". Clearly, the point was being made to us that because we received a discount of $5,500 then we should be ok dealing with not only the miles that have been put on the vehicle but also damages to the paint. I was not happy with this statement and ultimately left a bad taste in my mouth. What totally confuses me is the repeated emails from the Delivery Specialist pushing back a pickup date so that the vehicle can be "brought to Tesla standards" - I guess a large, obvious chip on the nose hood of the vehicle is Tesla standards. Just be warned when agreeing to put a deposit down on an inventory vehicle that is not on the lot - they will not fix chips in the paint or other cosmetic issues.