So, I decided that instead of waiting for my Model 3 to arrive, although I am pretty high up on the reservation list, that I would indulge in a CPO P85. It's beautiful. Fully loaded with just about every option you could get on a Model S P85 at that time. - Performance package (obviously) - Red multi-coat paint - All glass panoramic roof - 21" silver turbine wheels - Black performance interior - Carbon fiber decor - Carbon fiber spoiler - Supecharging - Twin chargers - Tech Package - Active air suspension - Sound studio package However, I'm not exactly impressed with the Tesla Buying Experience so far. Upon placing my deposit for the vehicle, I got a generated email notifying me that my order has been assigned to a CPO sales rep at a local service center. I happened to go ahead and reach out to him for some general questions, natural of course as I have actually never purchased a new Tesla or CPO Tesla before. He responds of course and was able to get me photos of the car. I am intensely pleased with it and inquired about seeing the car. To which he did not respond. I waited a day and inquired again about seeing the car. He then failed again to respond to my email. So I saw in his email signature that he has a cell phone, so I took it upon myself to shoot him a text. I figured this method might be a little more responsive. He promptly replied and apologized for not emailing me back. Which was understandable, as of course I am sure he has many more clients he's dealing with simultaneously. So we went ahead and setup a day I could come by and see the car. Which was Saturday, January 28th. Now keep in mind I ordered the car January 23rd. The car was absolutely perfect. Not a single scratch or dent on this car at all. It looked show room new (except it was slightly dirty from being parked in a lot for some time). Not a single trace of curb rash, wheel scrapes/damage at all. Leather seats looked as if the car had never been driven. This was literally the most pristine CPO Tesla I have ever seen. I was incredibly happy with my purchase. I then asked what the process is from here, and how can we proceed? He told me that the car is in great shape and looked as though the previous owner had hardly driven it. Was obviously garaged kept, and the previous owner also had Tesla install a clear bra on the front, sides and back of the car. So yes, this car was immaculate. He stated that all the service center will need to do is their standard safety inspection, and the car is mine. Now, getting back to the day I ordered the car... It seems as though the guys at this service center are simply dragging their feet. The fact that I ordered the car Monday the 23rd and saw it five days later on the 28th and he tells me he JUST brought it up from their back lot, tells me they weren't exactly quick to start getting this process going. Also this guys lack of communication is frustrating. I texted him again the Monday after seeing the car, to get an update on when the service team with start their process. He replied that the service manager doesn't come in until 2:00 PM, and that he would let me know right away once he checks in with the service manager. I let it go util about 4:00 PM and texted him again inquiring about the update from the service manager, to which he never responded... and since has not responded. I emailed and texted him today, and have heard nothing. It is currently end of the day Tuesday the 31st and I have not a clue what is going on with my car. I just called the service center to find out what's happening and it seemed like nobody knew what was going on. Literally was told by some other guy that he simply doesn't have an answer for me, and that my CPO sales rep will reach out to me tomorrow when he's back in the office. Which then told me why I haven't heard anything.... So as it stands right now, I've placed a $1,000 deposit on a car that I have no idea what is going on with it. Some of you might think that I might be a bit pushy or rushing the process, but all I've done so far is place a deposit on the car and went to see it. It's been 9 days since I placed the order and for all I know, the car is still sitting in the lot. I just expected a much better experience. I've purchased Chevy's that had a way better buying experience. I've heard wonderful stories regarding Tesla's buying experience, whether it's CPO or new. I'm simply disappointed and frankly annoyed. Has anyone else had experience buying CPO and what was it like for you? I'd love to hear your thoughts.