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Why Buy CPO?

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Why Should You Buy a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle?
If you want to purchase a used car, there are many options out there for you. One of them is purchasing a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) model. Here, we look at a few of the advantages of going the CPO route for your next vehicle.
You Will Get a Warranty
When you purchase a used car, you typically don’t receive a warranty. That’s not the case when you purchase a CPO vehicle. These types of used vehicles tend to come with warranty coverage, which means your car’s repairs will be covered in some way if something should go wrong. The warranty will depend on the CPO program, but it can either extend the car’s original warranty or provide protection for a certain number of kilometres or months after you purchase the vehicle. Either way, having a warranty is a big reason why you should consider purchasing a certified pre-owned vehicle.
They Come Inspected
No matter the brand your CPO vehicle comes from, it has to meet very strict criteria to become certified. This includes being only a few years old and under a certain number of miles. CPO vehicles also have to undergo an intense multi-point inspection that looks at every part of the vehicle — it will even make sure you have the original owner’s manual. This means a CPO vehicle can give you the peace of mind that you typically only get when purchasing a new car.
Financing is Available
Regular used cars usually don’t come with financing options. Instead, you have to negotiate whatever you can with whomever you’re purchasing the car from. When you purchase a certified pre-owned vehicle, though, manufacturers will likely offer a low-interest finance deal. This means you can save on the total cost of buying a CPO vehicle, which can help you in the long run.

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