I have, until now, resisted the temptation to "save" $1500 on the ESA. My thoughts were that if the car showed itself to be service prone by the end of my 4th year I would sell it. I did not think it through to the next step: selling it will be easier if the car has an ESA. Plus, the ESA might be even more than the $4000 it will cost on Thursday so the value of my car will have increased because of the $2500 investment I made today.
I'm thinking of it just as I did the tech package and the leather seats. Why would anyone buy a used S without these options?
@Brian H. Thanks for your input on all the relevant threads. It certainly helped. Some here do not appreciate your contributions, I really don't understand them at all.
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