What’s the Difference Between Pre-Owned and Certified Pre-Owned?

940 × 400Have you been thinking about buying a pre-owned vehicle? Surprisingly, many drivers consider buying a previously-owned vehicle, but end up purchasing something new out of uncertainty.

Here at 
Fields Motorcars, it’s part of our job to help you find the right vehicle for your needs. That’s why we decided to put together a guide to help our customers better understand the difference between pre-owned and certified pre-owned Mercedes-Benz vehicles. 

 

Pre-Owned vs. Certified-Pre-Owned


pre-owned vehicle is simply a vehicle that has been previously owned. Any vehicle can be classified as pre-owned if it’s not a brand-new vehicle. On the other hand, a certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicle has received an official certification from the manufacturer. After an intensive reconditioning and refurbishing process, the vehicle is determined to be up to factory standards. This certification is what sets apart CPO vehicles from pre-owned vehicles in general.

Luckily, at our dealership, you won't ever 
have to worry about dependability or reliability, since all of our 
pre-owned Mercedes-Benz vehicles have been certified before they ever get placed on our lots. 

 

Reasons to Buy Pre-Owned

 

There are plenty of benefits to buying both pre-owned and certified pre-owned vehicles. One of the main benefits is the lower price point. This means you can get a quality, luxury vehicle that's within your budget. Not to mention, when you buy a pre-owned vehicle, you have multiple makes, model years, and trims to choose from, instead of being limited to the newest model release. In fact, we have an extensive inventory of vehicles for sale ranging from pre-owned sedans to pre-owned SUVs and more. 

 

There are plenty of pre-owned and certified pre-owned Mercedes-Benz vehicles for sale at our Florida Mercedes-Benz dealership. To see which models work best for you, you’ll need to schedule a test drive right away. Visit us today!

Categories: Pre-Owned Inventory
; ; ;