Hey Guys, I purchased a CPO Tesla FROM Tesla itself. Prior to picking up the car they assured me there was no accidents and EVEN Provided me the Carfax indicating so, in which I have a copy. It specifically says ordered from Tesla and shows no accidents reported. This was about 6 months ago. Just last week, seeing the Auto-pilot, and being a tech enthusiast I was just curious and submitted an inquiry to Tesla about trading in the Model S for one that has Auto-pilot and perhaps a "D". The salesperson pulls my cars information and provides me with a TRADEIN form and also indicates that there is an accident reported on the vehicle. I honestly was shocked and felt deceived. I told the trade in advisor that I was given a Carfax ordered by Tesla when I bought it as assured that it was not in an accident. Trade in advisor indicated that they'll check with their manager and let me know what they can do. So.. the result is $2,000 above their initial trade in value. $2,000 for a mistake they did ?? SMH, If I had known it had an accident I would have picked a different one. I've been thinking about this and honestly the only thing that would make me happy, is if they take the car back, credit me WHAT I PAID for the car, for a different one of my choice ( one with NO accident history ). Thoughts?