How Are Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles Selected?

Most shoppers know that certified pre-owned programs are designed to help them find used cars of good condition and quality. However, it's not always clear exactly what that means. We're here to clear it up. Here's how models from Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram are chosen for certification:

Model Year: Certification isn't open to every production for every model. Whether you choose a Chrysler, Jeep, or Dodge model, it will be within five model years old. This requirement helps make sure certified models offer relatively new amenities, technology, and safety features.

Mileage: It's commonly known that the higher mileage a car has, the more likely it is to need various kinds of maintenance. To help mitigate this situation, certified models are required to have fewer than 75,000 miles. If you choose a certified vehicle, you can be confident that it has plenty of miles left to give.

History: Shoppers want cars that are free of past incidents, damage, or title issues. That's exactly what you'll get with a certified vehicle. All certified models are sold with detailed CARFAX vehicle history reports.

Inspection: To really know the condition of a car, you'll have to take a thorough look inside and out. Certified technicians will do that for you when it comes to certified vehicles. Each has been subjected to a rigorous 125-point inspection.

If you're curious to learn more about certified pre-owned vehicles or want to see our inventory for yourself, stop by our location in Brenham.

Categories: Pre-Owned Inventory
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