While the allure of a brand new car is undeniable, sometimes it is just not worth the price tag to drive a vehicle that has never been used. But you can still drive a car this as good as new: a certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicle.
What is the difference between a regular used car and a CPO car? CPO vehicles are certified by automakers and sold through dealerships, so they must go through many more hoops and meet much higher standards than any used vehicle from a regular used car dealership.
That means that certified pre-owned vehicles are extremely reliable, frequently even offered with history reports. These vehicles are examined thoroughly by certified technicians, and any found issues are attended to before the vehicle is put up for sale. Plus, by purchasing a CPO vehicle, you get a long list of perks that comes with working with a dealership. Frequently these models come with extensive warranties, discount packages, and the ease of top-notch auto service from your dealer.
Ford certified pre-owned vehicles specifically go through a 172 point inspection and comes with a CARFAX history report and 24-hour roadside assistance.
So when it comes down to it, a CPO vehicle really has almost all of the benefits of a new car, besides the fact that it is technically not “new.” CPO vehicles work flawlessly, look untouched, and are packaged with many incentives.
To learn more about CPO vehicles or to check out the CPO models we have available, visit us anytime here at Olathe Ford.