Hello, Although there are MANY posts on the CPO pros and cons, I am still interested to learn more... I inquired about a car today to Tesla Switzerland and they sent me the link to this report. Hopefully the link works for anyone interested. https://tesla--c.na55.content.force.com/servlet/servlet.EmailAttachmentDownload?q=UFOtv3FFCBdrqoU8qN91MBtmZbOkc4H42kO8gDTdzAyXeVvTeNY3Zv3nkKc8pwWxXKk1LEDpNb%2BvQpkK7LXHfg%3D%3D Is this the kind of report people are getting in other countries? The summary (made by a 3rd party company) seems quite detailed, they even identify the previous owner had a dog. Only question I have is if Tesla will fix these items for the advertised price or if I would have to pay. I’ve emailed them that question. Sorry the report text is in German but the pictures are in English Page 4 has the main findings, here is a rough translation. Bumpers front stone chipping, paint Front spoiler dented, replace Front grill Scratch-damaged painting Rear left rim Scratch-damaged repair Replace the rear left tire Front left rim Scratch-damaged Repair, paint Replace front left tire Taillight right brokem, Replace Rear bumper dented, paint Rear right rim Scratch-damaged Repair, paint Replace tire on the right rear Rim front right Scratch-damaged Repair, paint Replace front right tire Mirror right Scratch damaged repair Door rear right dented, polish, press Floor Carpet Passenger Room Clean Again sorry to start another CPO thread but want to learn as fast as possible whether to go down the CPO route or just buy a new car! I don't need the latest and greatest, I just want the lowest total cost of ownership over 4 or 5 years. Actually for me there is something appealing about a second hand car where I am not constantly worried about every scratch. The Model S in question here is roughly ~$50k USD (means also ~50k Swiss Francs) Thanks Team!