This is not really a guidance but I am on the same boat. Buy a used one with loaded feature and save money or a brand new one with less feature? When you price it you will need to include the Federal and State rebate and whatever credits the dealer or manufacturer have at the time of purchase. Also include the extra warranty you need to purchase if needed. I am going towards getting a used one but I am concerned about the stalling engine recall so I am waiting a little more to see if Chrysler will actually replace the parts and not just apply a software patch that does not really solve the problem but just gives you time to pull to the side. Also, since they just identify the problem recently does this mean that the cars being built right now will not have the same issue? Because on the recall it states it still includes the 2023 model so this means that if you buy a new car now will you still be worrying about the recall? I noticed that you are actually looking for a 2020 model with 67K miles. This means that this does not have the Uconnect5 infotainment system and that they are closer to do more maintenance. At 100,000 most coolant will need to be change, break pads, transmission fluid drain and refill and tune up. If you are a Do-It-Yourself person, this is cheap and easy to do but if you have to bring it to the shop you are looking for a lot of money as well. You may also want to look a the battery warranty if it will still cover you. I have read some stories where people purchased a used electric vehicle then battery dies on them after a few months of use and it cost more to replace the battery than the purchase price.