I've seen a few posts on TMC about how some used older production year model Model S are selling for $45k or maybe even less. I'm from Canada, so resale values of EVs, especially Tesla's, are not as cheap. There's only 25 Tesla's for sale in my province and the lowest two are $45 and 48k USD and they don't come with dual motors, usually the saving grace since the drive train unit milling and issues are usually relegated to the non-dual motor models. What are the reasons you are holding off and waiting for a Model 3? Mine: Model 3 might still come out cheaper with my configuration and then there's our $10-11k USD provincial EV incentive I need something smaller to park in the garage. Our 11 Accord fits just right in the bigger of the two spots. smaller cars usually are nimbler and more tossable newer battery cells in Model 3 older Model S had more kinks to iron (growing pains) financing / leasing may not be an option because of high interest rates lack of extended warranty besides CPO may not have the features I like (but for now, I only want Dual Motors, Winter Package, dynamic cruise control but may add a few extras that could prove helpful/interesting) bought (financing) a RAV4 Hybrid in 2016 and we have other ICE cars so it's really too soon to get an EV with 200+ miles since I don't really dig the Chevy Bolt styling but it's practical and there's been complaints about the cheapness and narrowness of front seats One advantage for cross country drivers though would be buying a Model S that comes with free SCN access The front fascia of the MS looks better to me though I don't think that's enough reason to get a used one, haha.