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Redondo Beach drivers wondering about what the differences are between CPO vs. used vehicles should know that both options are “pre-owned.” Where they differ is that certified pre-owned vehicles have been certified by Mazda as being in “like-new” condition. Read on for a thorough breakdown of all the considerations you should keep in mind when shopping for used vehicles and certified pre-owned vehicles. Then test drive our inventory of both to find your dream car at South Bay Mazda in Torrance. Don’t forget to apply for a pre-approval!
A used car is simply what Manhattan Beach drivers would expect it to be—any vehicle that’s been previously owned. Many drivers pursue this option because used vehicles are more affordable than new cars and certified pre-owned vehicles. Here are a few things to note when shopping for a used vehicle:
So, what is the difference between used and certified pre-owned? Certified pre-owned vehicles have been thoroughly inspected and passed a 160-point inspection that guarantees “like-new” quality. If any aspect of the model in question doesn’t pass, it’s refurbished. Mazda CPO vehicles also come warranty-backed and feature a number of added perks, including:
Now that we’ve answered, “What is the difference between used and certified pre-owned?”, the best way for Hawthorne drivers to experience the CPO vs. used difference is to test drive both options at South Bay Mazda. Call us to book an appointment. If you have other questions about car buying, be sure to explore our car buying tips for other helpful reads about whether to buy or lease and more!
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