Hey Everyone. I was hoping that I could get some advice as Im having a bit of a dilemma. Im in Canada, and late last year purchased a 2014 CPO S85 that currently has 73000 km, with pano and subzero. My intention was to drive it until the release of the Model 3 (which in Canada is now late 2018), as Im a first day reservation holder. I've now completely fallen in love with my MS, an have been tinkering with the idea of getting a newer facelift MS with AP and the updated seats. I've spoken to the dealer on a number of occasions about it. As of this week, due to the currency exchange, Tesla has dropped the price of the new Model S in Canada by nearly $6500. When I couple that with the new standard Air Suspension, speed update, standard glass roof, etc, this is getting more enticing. Also, in Ontario, there is a government rebate of $14000, and obviously the referral discount. I went to the dealer today to reassess a purchase given the new price adjustment and standard options. My budget would allow for a new base 75 RWD, with the colour option I want, and AP enabled. After I factor in the $15k green rebate, and the price adjustment, the monthly cost is nearly exactly the same as my 2014, if I extend the amortization by a year longer. I'd be getting a car with zero mileage, albeit base, but the options that I want are in it...Air suspension, glass roof, AP 2.0 I feel like I have a finite window here, as my instinct is that the government rebate will have expired by the time the M3 is available, and think the Canadian / USD currency exchange issue is probably temporary as well. If I factor both of these pieces, its a price adjustment of almost $20000, which puts it pretty close to the same cost of the M3. In your opinion is it worth the extra $$$ to upgrade from the 2014 to a new '17, despite it not being as equipped? or should I stick with the plan for the M3 next year. What am I missing here? Sorry for the long winded post. Thanks for the help.