I've been on the market to buy a CPO S or X. It's a super sketchy process I must say. Researching the experience of several prior CPO buyers, it's clear they've changed their protocol significantly entirely for the worse to the buyer. What was once as solid car buy of a certified vehicle from the producer, to which Tesla typically sweeped clean and repaired almost to 100% and you clearly paid richly for this, now they do almost nothing to them it's like pulling teeth to get a simple picture of these cars' condition yet the pricing remains very high relative to the quality of the vehicles being offered - they're basically charging new car costs adjusted slightly for time depreciation on vehicles that often have rim rash indicated, 6-12" inches of deep scratches, dents, dings, etc. You can pay $110K for a 2016 S P100D that has $10K in damages waiting for you and be none the wiser in this current "new" CPO system they've moved to now. And if you are lucky enough to reach a representative who will provide you with pictures of a vehicle you're interested in, the damage reports don't always show pictures of the damage itself, and they're often demonstrative of dealer costs for repairs that Manheim (the auto auction company) charges Tesla, not what you will have to pay as a private individual. You'll also have to arrange for pay for transportation of the vehicle on your own now, which is often on the other side of the country, and you'll either have to physically be there when the transporter arrives, meaning you have to travel to where the car is to take delivery, or you'll have to be lucky enough to know someone in the area who can take delivery of your vehicle for you (that you better trust 100%) and hope they can work with the transporter to get you your vehicle.
So here's the current CPO situation: you buy a super expensive car sight-unseen with damage that you often can't even see beforehand for near-new prices, and then you have to travel 5 states away to take physical delivery of this car so that you can then either pay a transporter to get the car back to your home state for you, or you get to drive it back yourself adding miles to the car and losing worktime in the process. And then you get to have it fixed completely when you get home which could cost you God knows what.
Tesla - fix this cluster. It's FUBAR.