Well here goes;
March 2013 build. I didn't get to turn on the Jeep so I don't know what radio update version it has.
Outside: very good condition.
No scratches ( maybe one that I could barely see about 1/2 inch long).
No dents what-so-ever.
Paint color seem to be consistent ( if you've followed 2014 threads, some seem to have splotches). It was parked next to a white car and the sun was out, so it was bright enough outside.
Only one small problem outside, one wheel had been "curbed". See pic.
Overall the outside looked great.
Well for 19,000 miles I guess it was good. The normal spots for scuffs were there. See pics. Door trim has the lower scuffs, just like mine do now and probably any used Jeep you look at will. Minimal scuffs on the back door trim ( minimal use...no foot prints on the back of the driver's seat)
Rear cargo area; Once again normal use scuffs ( but minimal). If you've looked at the GC, the rear cargo area has two metal "delta" shaped pieces that scrape easy. And so does the lower liftgate trim. It's been used, but it doesn't appear that they hauled wood or any other nasty material day-after-day.
Driver's seat; a little more wear than I'd like to see on the door side. I too have black leather ( but a Limited/ non-"Napa" leather seat), and it doesn't look like that ( I'm at 7,000 miles though)
Interior nice. It did have a distinct aroma. I don't want to say smell or odor, but it's different from my Limited. It's not a smoke smell. It may be because all the leather in the Summit trim. On my Limited the a-pillars, dash, headliner etc are a soft touch plastic. Summit is a felt/ leather( others can chime in on the trim)
Overall I think it looks great for 1.5 year old Jeep. But the mechanical stuff is where I'm not going to even try.
If it's a great great great deal, try it out. But when there's a Texas group buy and get a new one, well , only you can figure that out.
Let me know if you need any other info.