If your car is on its last leg, it may be time to replace it. There are several methods of finding cars for sale, especially if you are thinking about a used car. Check out these reasons for buying a Certified Pre-owned car from a dealership.
Thorough Inspection and Repair
Certified Pre-owned car programs are sponsored by the manufacturer so there are differences in each one. When a dealership certifies a car, they check over 100 points. Anything that is not working properly is fixed or replaced.
There is a process that is followed when choosing which cars will be included in the CPO car program. The car has to be a late model with low mileage. Typically, if the car has been in a major accident it will not be allowed in the program. Also, the tires and brakes have to be in very good shape for most CPO car programs. For brakes, if they have less than 60 percent left, they will be replaced.
CPO car programs come with a warranty that is an extension of the original one. Some dealerships will offer people who buy a CPO car roadside assistance for the length of time of the warranty. This will cover things like towing, jump starting, and bringing gas if you run out.