Hey folks, before you go ahead and start calling me names like "Captain Obvious", I wanted to point out something that I noticed. A sales advisor has been helping me out with CPO cars. In the process, he has been sending me a number of pre-release cars (not yet on the CPO site). Most of these will state CPO or certified in the description, but every now and then he will send me one that simply says "used". These used vehicles tend to have higher miles or come with a story. One had cosmetic damage that Tesla didn't want to fix, one had accidents, etc. As I asked more about these, I was told that they would not be certified and that the refresh on the warranty would not apply. As a result, they only had the balance of the original warranty left. I was told that if I were interested in any of them I could buy the ESA, but I know that there are other threads out there that discuss the issues with the ESA. I've seen some deeply discounted cars noted as "used". Apologies if there is already a thread on this, but from my searching I have not seen anyone discuss this before. I just want to make sure that anyone else looking into CPO cars like me is aware of the difference.