March's Best Used Car Deals

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The Best Used Car Deals This Month

If you’re shopping for a used car, consider looking at Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicles from your favorite manufacturers. Though CPO vehicles sometimes cost a little more up-front than a used car from a private party, they’re often worth it. CPO vehicles go through inspections to become certified, so buyers are assured that there’s plenty of life left in the car. A CPO vehicle also comes with what’s left of the original new-car warranty, and most manufacturers throw in additional protections to sweeten the deal. Even better, many manufacturers often run special financing deals on CPO inventory, so you can buy a CPO car at a lower interest rate than you’d get elsewhere, which saves you money every month and adds up over the life of your loan.

This month, there are a number of affordable CPO financing deals on popular cars and SUVs. For as low as 0.9 percent, check out special deals on the Kia Optima sedan and Sorento SUV. Subaru is offering 0.99 percent across its CPO inventory, and used Volkswagens are on offer for 1.49 percent. If you’re interested in a Ford Fusion, Edge, Explorer, or F-150, CPO models are being offered with 2.9 percent financing. Toyota is offering up most of its CPO inventory for 1.9 percent financing, and Nissan’s offer comes in at 1.95 percent for three years or 3.95 percent for six years.

Luxury manufacturers have plenty of CPO offers this month, too. The best luxury CPO deals we found include Acura, which is offering 0.9 percent financing on the ILX, TL, and TLX sedans, and Infiniti, which has a deal on the brand’s entire CPO inventory for 0.99 percent financing. Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz have good offers, too, although they’ll cost a little more. CPO Cadillac SRX SUVs can be financed for 2.9 percent. If you’ve had your eye on the popular Mercedes E-Class, certain CPO models are available with 2.99 percent financing and include an additional warranty.

If you’re interested in a used car, you should start your research by checking out our used car rankings. Our rankings make it easy to compare used cars by category, model year, and price range. Next, stop by our used car listings, where you can browse used vehicles for sale in your area. We keep our listings current, but your best source of current offers on a used or CPO vehicle will always be your local dealer. Keep in mind, too, that some of our information may vary by region.