Hi! My Focus Electric lease ends August 15th and I've decided that I want to get a Model S to replace it. I've been driving electric for a few years now, and with only one car I need a long distance vehicle. I have narrowed down my search to two options. I'd like advice from the group on which is a better deal. 1) New S 60D I placed an order last Thursday for a new S 60D, so I only have a couple more days to cancel & receive a refund of my $2500. Pros New headlights New front fascia HEPA filter & Bioweapon Defense Mode Built in console LTE data connection Lower insurance cost Full 4/50k warranty Cons Higher upfront purchase cost Have to wait for tax credit savings Lower range Single charger Would not be delivered until mid-September, would have about a 1 month gap without a vehicle 2) Used S 85D There is an owner looking to sell a used 85D that I have been in contact with. Pros Longer range Twin chargers No wait to realize tax credit savings (smaller loan financed) Lower up front purchase price Available right away Cons Only about 32 months left on warranty (I will run out of months before I run out of miles) 3G data connection (I'd likely spend the money to upgrade to LTE at some point) Missing newest features (new front end, new headlights, HEPA filter & Bioweapon Defense Mode, built in console) The used 85D is cheaper than the new 60D, however, it will have 16 months less bumper-to-bumper warranty. Being the second owner, I also believe that I would not be able to purchase the ESA. I don't want to ask the first owner to do that & transfer it to me because I'm not sure it would be worth the expense. Questions for the group: How much value would you place on the extra 16 months of warranty with the new 60D? How much value would you place on the new lights & the new front fascia? How much value would you place on the new HEPA filter system & Bioweapon Defense Mode? How much value would you place on having an 85 kWh pack versus a 60 kWh pack, considering that Superchargers are still a bit lacking in the upper midwest & that I want to take lots of road trips? I'm also a bit concerned about the timing of when AP 2.0 hardware will be released. I expect that the software will not be released for at least 6 months, but I'm concerned about ordering a new car & just missing out on AP 2.0 hardware. This concern makes me lean strongly toward the used car. Then if AP 2.0 hardware comes out this winter, I won't be as annoyed because I will have bought a car that was built in early 2015, as opposed to one built in fall 2016. I don't want to post how much cheaper I calculate that the used 85D is compared to the new 60D, because I don't want to skew the numbers. I'd just like to hear suggestions on at what point is the 85D a better deal. How much cheaper does it need to be than the new 60D to make it the right car to buy. Also, I'm curious about comments regarding the new headlights versus the old headlights. How much better are the new headlights? I really like the looks of them, but I'm not often looking at my own headlights, so how they look to oncoming drivers isn't really that important. How much improvement in seeing the road do the new headlights provide? I watched Bjorn's video about the new "dynamic LED turning lights". I'm curious if there's any info comparing the two styles of headlights. Thank you everyone!