A certified pre-owned vehicle is one that is sold by a dealership that sells both new and pre-owned vehicles. One of the significant things that sets certified pre-owned vehicles apart from other used cars, trucks, and SUVs is being backed by their original manufacturers.

Manufacturers are willing to back a certified pre-owned vehicle because each one goes through a rigorous inspection before earning the label “certified.” Every single one of the certified pre-owned vehicles we have for sale at our Jeep® dealership near Orlando, for instance, has undergone a comprehensive 125-point inspection.

Certified pre-owned vehicles typically come with some sort of warranty that offers greater coverage than the typical warranty on a used car. In fact, your vehicle may be eligible to be covered by the remaining balance of the warranty that came with the vehicle when it was first purchased. Whether you buy a certified pre-owned Chrysler 200, 2015 Jeep Wrangler, or another type of certified pre-owned vehicle from us, you’ll enjoy a 3-Month/3,000-Mile Maximum Care Warranty, an up to 7-Year/100,000 Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty, and Lifetime Certified Upgrade Plans.

In many cases, you’ll enjoy the same dealership benefits that new car purchasers do when you buy a certified pre-owned vehicle. For example, if you buy a certified pre-owned vehicle from our Sanford Jeep dealership, you’ll get 24-hour roadside service in case you run out of gas, lock your keys in your car, have a flat or dead battery, or you need a tow. You’ll also get a car rental allowance that you can use to cover the cost of a rental if your vehicle can’t be driven because a covered component failed and it needs to be kept overnight for repairs.

Buying a certified pre-owned vehicle is an affordable alternative to buying a new car. It’s also a low-risk alternative to purchasing a used car from a third-party. You can check out our inventory of certified pre-owned vehicles online or you can visit creative writing programs in ontario universities to see them in-person. When you’re ready to go for a test drive, just let us know.