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What’s the Difference Between:
Used and CPO?

Used cars have always been a popular choice for buyers looking for a new ride on a budget. However, over recent years, you may have seen the acronym “CPO” being thrown around almost interchangeably with “used.” If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of a CPO program, here’s a brief overview of an option you may not have known youhad

before, when it comes to buying an affordable like-new vehicle.

CPO stands for “certified pre-owned.” CPO vehicles are different from regular used cars because, in short, they have been inspected by the dealership’s service team before being put back on the lot. There’s a lot more to it than that though – oftentimes, these inspections have high standards, such as requiring fairly recent model years and needing the car to have below a specific mileage. Additionally, CPO vehicles will also come with tons of features and incentives that used cars don’t offer, like long-term powertrain warranties and 24/7 roadside assistance.
CPO vehicles still cost slightly more than your average used car, but it’s a small additional fee to pay when comparing the sheer amount of quality and service that comes with it. If you’re curious about Ford’s CPO program, call or stop by Nick Nicholas Ford ​ today and we’ll be happy to answer your questions .

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