Why Are Certified Pre-Owned Cars More Expensive?

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Are CPO Cars Worth It?

Automakers sell millions of new cars every year, but those vehicles lose value, or depreciate, over the first few years of ownership. One way to save money on your next ride is to avoid that depreciation by simply not being the first owner.

Critics of buying a used vehicle will tell you that you’re inheriting someone else’s problems, you don’t get a warranty, and you don’t get a good deal. However, a certified pre-owned (CPO) car offers many of the same benefits of a new car – and then some.

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