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When searching for a used vehicle, you need to know the difference between used and certified pre-owned. This CPO vs. used comparison can help you select the right used car. Yes, both terms are for “used vehicles.” A CPO vehicle has more qualifications to pass before reselling. At Alfa Romeo of Glendale, we want you to feel comfortable start to finish when buying or leasing from us. We want to ensure you are knowledgeable about the used car process, Burbank drivers. Below, we will review CPO vs. used.
A used model costs less than a new model based on model year, mileage, and previous owners. Buying a used vehicle with higher mileage is nothing to fear. Instead, when well taken care of, a used car can have hundreds of more miles to go. Here is what you need to know when buying a used vehicle:
For a used vehicle to be classified as a certified pre-owned car, truck, or SUV, it has to pass several steps. Here is what the vehicle needs to have to be a CPO:
Thus, you have a choice on which version of a used vehicle you prefer. Many Pasadena tend to choose certified pre-owned cars over used cars.
You deserve luxury, whether you choose new or our pre-owned vehicles in Los Angeles. Contact us if you have more questions about used vs. CPO. We are happy to answer any questions you may have. Check out our pre-owned vehicle specials and book your appointment. Visit Alfa Romeo of Glendale today in Glendale!
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