I'm looking to get back into an SHO after losing my '94 to a t-bone incident in 2011 and driving a 2010 SEL for a few years. I'm looking at newer ones and I'm seeing 2016s with 70k+ miles up to 2019s with 10k-ish miles. Obviously newer with fewer miles is a good thing and what I'm planning to do, but in the interest of saving some significant dollars do I maybe want to consider going with a 2016 or 2017? So my question to you is, what are the feature differences between a 2016/17/18/19? Assuming (LOL) they're all equally well maintained, what would I be missing out on if I don't go with a 19? If anybody is interested, my SEL has 240,000 miles. The engine runs like it's brand new, and I just had my first major repair: Transmission rebuild. It was expensive, but I really can't complain about one repair in 10 trips around the earth. A decade after it rolled out of the factory, it's still a great car. So it has done a lot to build my brand loyalty.