Buying a used or certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicle is one of the best buying options for some car shoppers. Whether you’re looking for more selection, cheaper costs, or simply some peace of mind, you can get exactly what you want at DeLillo Chevrolet.
Used cars are usually purchased because they’re always cheaper than their new counterparts. According to Bankrate, new cars can lose up to 30% of their value in the first year due to depreciation. That’s because new products always cost more thanks to demand. With less demand for used cars, you can get a car that’s only a couple years old; thus, you usually get more bang for your buck.
One thing many people forget is that new cars only come with a limited number of options. When you look at multiple model years, you can find a larger selection, from trim levels, colors, and other features. Plus, with our helpful staff here at DeLillo Chevrolet, we’ll help find you the car that’s right for you.
Still worried about buying used? Consider the Chevrolet CPO Vehicle Program. Chevy CPO models must be less than 5 years old and have less than 75,000 miles. They undergo a rigorous 172-point inspection, and come with a vehicle history report. Plus, many come with warranties like the 3 Day/150-mile Satisfaction Guarantee, letting you test it out for a few days and return it if you don’t like it. Other warranties include a 12-Month/12,000-Mile Bumper to Bumper Limited Warranty, 24-hour Roadside Assistance, and a 5-Year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty.
Here is a full breakdown of the Chevrolet CPO Vehicle Program.
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