Why Buy Certified Pre-Owned
Certified pre-owned (CPO) cars have become more and more popular in recent years, in part because they offer car shoppers many of the cost savings of buying used while providing added assurances and perks. In addition to thorough vetting, CPO models offer added warranties and features that you simply wouldn’t get with regular used cars.
Vetting and Inspection
Not just any car can be certified. In order for a Nissan model to become CPO, it must be less than six years old and have less than 80,000 miles. Each car also comes with a CARFAX® vehicle history report, and only vehicles with a clean title can become CPO. Finally, there’s a 167-point inspection that covers everything from major mechanical components to the electrical system and paint.
In addition to the inspection, your car will come with a seven-year/100,000-mile limited warranty to provide added peace of mind. This warranty covers any type of repair that is needed because of a mechanical breakdown. For more information about warranty details, talk to the experts at Rock Hill Nissan.
Added perks of buying CPO include emergency roadside assistance, towing, car rental reimbursement, and more. You can get 24/7 emergency roadside assistance for flat-tire changes, battery jumps, lockout assistance and more while you have the seven-year/100,000-mile warranty. You get up to $100 in towing assistance, along with rental reimbursement for up to five days at a maximum of $35 per day if you need to bring your car to the shop because of a mechanical breakdown.
Another great aspect of buying a CPO model is that many of the perks transfer upon ownership. So, if you choose to sell your car, the next buyer will still get the perks that you received as long as the warranty coverage hasn’t expired. That means the certified process adds to the overall value of the car, which means more money in your pocket.