That's a substantial amount of miles for a 1 year old model. You may want to look into the brake condition as they are fairly costly to replace at the dealership, but that is one incredible deal for a CPO. You've saved nearly $11,000 over new.
my guess is that the OP's car is a 3.8 base. Bluetooth + USB jack is standard, so why that's a "plus" is beyond me? OP is probably just confused, or maybe the stealer swindled him into thinking they were optional extras? The 4 oil changes are worth roughly $120-140 at stealership prices.
In my area (NY), there are two 2.0T Premium 5AT w/ 27k miles for ~$18.1k. So a 3.8 base (assuming that's the correct trim level) for $20k is an ok price, with a $2k differential b/w 2.0 and 3.8 cars. But this is better news for new owners b/c the resale value of the car ($26,200 or so for a new one) appears to be holding up.
My judgment: mediocre deal. Hopefully the dealer didn't jack up the price for more "options" like the leather seats and paddle shifters.
Wish it were like that up here. From what I have found these cars are holding their values pretty well. Consider after discounts mine was $28 000, I am seeing prices for other 3.8 models with 25 000km's starting around $26 500. And its the winter time, can't imagine what it would be like in the summer and my car would have low miles.
I walked in after talking with internet sales with a CapitalOne blank check. I paid an extra grand to have them CPO the GC until 100K and then the finance manager checked their financing, got me 0.5% lesser APR rate and and extended warranty to 100K to boot.
Then this week, I got a notice from Keffer Hyundai that used cars get one years free maintenance. Now, I'm not worrying about the 30K service so much.