I currently own a Black on Black Signature that is fully loaded for a 2012. It has about 108k miles on it and we love it, have owned for a year now. We're interested in buying a second Telsa. We're pretty big fans of buying used to save, I've never owned a new car. Tesla almost changed that with the M3 but I'm still holding out as right now seems a particularly bad time to purchase a used M3. So I'm strongly considering the second car will be another Model S. I would probably own two for a year and then sell the black Signature. I've been eyeing a 40k mile Signature Red. I have very limited experience with newer Tesla's, having only ridden in a 2015 MS and only sat in a showroom M3... What year would you suggest if trying to get a good value? This car would be a daily driver putting 10-20k miles / year. Things that matter to me: I like my nice interior, premium sound and powered lift gate. The performance is ok, but not that important to me. The Signature is an easy way to get a lot of features for around $30k. It would be nice to have a few years left on the drive unit / battery warranty, I can fix the small stuff myself if necessary. It would also be nice to have autopilot and a snappier MCU. I was also eyeing a new M3 but I haven't had a great track record of taking care of my vehicles over the last decade. I'm rarely able to find the time to wax/coat and clean the car the way I would want. My fear with buying something too new or too clean is that I'll ding it up and feel guilty I've ruined the value of my new M3, for example. Any opinions from those when more experience would be awesome. Thank you.