Buying certified pre-owned involves buying a used car that has gone through a certification process to ensure it is in good condition. Many manufacturers have CPO programs that make buying used a lot more appealing. If buying used is financially attractive but you have concerns about a used car breaking down, check out the benefits of buying certified pre-owned.
Most CPO vehicles must meet a set of minimum requirements before they can be considered for certification. Chevrolet requires vehicles to be no older than six model years, have no more than 75,000 miles, and pass a vehicle history report.
To become certified, CPO vehicles must go through a multi-point inspection. Chevrolet’s 172-point inspection is one of the most comprehensive in the business and involves reconditioning any component not up to the manufacturer’s standard of quality.
If you buy a Chevrolet CPO vehicle, you can feel confident in your purchase thanks to a six-year/100,000-mile Powertrain Limited Warranty and a 12-month/12,000-mile Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty. And if you change your mind about the car, you can exchange it for another CPO vehicle within three days or 150 miles.
There are many more perks to buying used as well as buying certified pre-owned, especially from Chevrolet. Visit Vann Gannaway Chevrolet to learn more about the Chevrolet CPO program and to explore our wide inventory of used and pre-owned vehicles in Eustis, Florida!