When you buy an Certified Pre-owned Vehicle, you'll get standard features you won't find anywhere else, like a manufacturer's backed warranty, a 150+ point inspection of the vehicle, an exchange privilege and 24-hour roadside assistance. When you think about it, buying a Certified Used Vehicle just makes sense.
Each Certified Used Vehicle has been meticulously inspected by licensed mechanics before it reaches the sales floor. During the inspection process, each vehicle must pass a minimum of 150 points, ensuring that the vehicle is in excellent condition inside and out. Plus, regular maintenance is performed and faulty components are repaired or replaced.
When shopping for a used vehicle, it's important to understand who's providing the warranty coverage to the vehicle you're considering. All Certified vehicles come with warranty coverage backed by the manufacturer. A manufacturer's warranty ensures your vehicle will be serviced by qualified technicians who use factory-approved parts. This isn't always the case with third party aftermarket warranties sometimes offered in the used car industry.
All Certified Pre-owned Vehicles feature a minimum of 3 months or 5,000 kilometers (whichever comes first) Used Vehicle Limited Warranty. And that's standard. If your budget permits, you can extend or upgrade to an even more comprehensive Certified Used Vehicle Protection Plan. You'll also appreciate the convenience of being able to transfer any existing warranties to a new owner, should you ever decide to sell your Certified Vehicle.
All Certified Vehicles feature a minimum 3 months or 5,000 kilometers (whichever comes first) of 24-hour roadside assistance. That includes trip interruption coverage and trip routing service to help you quickly find your way.
If for any reason you're not completely satisfied with your Certified Certified Used Vehicle, you may exchange it within the first 30 days or 2,500 kilometers, whichever comes first, of the date of purchase for any other eligible Certified Vehicle.
If the purchase price of the replacement vehicle is less than the purchase price of the vehicle being returned, you'll receive credit for the difference. If the purchase price of the replacement vehicle is more, you simply pay the difference.