^^^ This. The one aspect I am really disappointed with the Tesla CPO Program is their refusal to extend the warranty for cars they sell up to the full 8 years of coverage from the in service date. There is no way I'd own a Model S out of warranty and we like to keep cars we buy for 6-7 years so we are really conflicted in going the CPO route because even for a 2016 car, the warranty runs out in 4 years with absolutely no way to extend that. If the same 2016 MY car is bought via a private party, an Extended Warranty can cover the car for pretty much 8 full years. All things being equal we'd much rather buy private party than CPO. I really hope this is a policy that Tesla will consider revising. You should be able to pay to extend the CPO warranty to full 8 years from the original in service date just the same as you can with a private party purchase.