You might not know the benefits of buying a certified pre-owned vehicle, but we’re about to change that!
Buying a certified pre-owned vehicle is a great idea if you’re not in the place financially to purchase a brand new car.
We’ve partnered with Kim’s Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram to bring you these tips on what they have to offer when you buy a certified pre-owned vehicle from their dealership.
Nowadays you can really find used vehicles in good shape. And when you buy a certified pre-owned vehicle, it gives you peace of mind for a number of reasons.
Certified vehicles go through a process. They basically have to ‘qualify’ to be certified, the dealership won’t take any old car and slap a certified sticker on it.
When you get a certified vehicle, it does come with benefits.
Here Are a Few Reasons Why You Should Buy a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle from Kim’s Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram
Your new vehicle goes through a detailed inspection- a 125 point inspection, to be exact! They make sure everything is mechanically operable and safe, and that the vehicle has been maintained properly.
This comes with your certified pre-owned vehicle purchase:
- 3 Month/3,000 Mile Maximum Care Warranty
- Up to 7 Year/100,000 Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty
- Lifetime Certified Upgrade Plans
You receive towing and roadside assistance that includes:
- Flat tire Service (using your good spare)
- Gas Delivery (up to two gallons)
- Battery Jump Assistance
- Lockout Service
- Towing Service
I think it’s always great to get the Carfax because it shows you the true history of the car you are about to purchase. If it’s been in a fire, flood, or is a lemon, it will show up there. Also the maintenance history and number of previous owners, including where the car was located before.
Car Rental Allowance
In the event your vehicle does require repairs and they take overnight, you receive up to $35 per day (with a $175 maximum per occurrence).
Now every dealership might have a different set of qualifications for their Certified Pre-Owned vehicle program. But most of them do offer similar benefits. What do you think, would you consider buying a certified pre-owned vehicle? Why or why not?