Cadillac Now Offers Certified Pre-Owned Cars
In a bid to lure luxury shoppers back, Cadillac has announced it is relaunching its certified pre-owned program.
The certified pre-owned label means a car has undergone a rigorous inspection process, is reconditioned and then given an extended warranty.
The extra expense that comes along with buying a certified pre-owned vehicle is usually worth it.
Cadillac's new Certified Pre-Owned program includes a 172-point vehicle inspection and reconditioning system, and six-year/100,000-mile limited warranty with 24-hour roadside assistance.
It's considered among the best in the industry.
Most other luxury brands offer similar certified pre-owned vehicle programs - even Rolls-Royce recently joined in the CPO game, calling their program "Rolls-Royce Provenance".
Certified Pre-Owned Cadillacs can only be purchased through a franchised Cadillac dealership so be vary of independent used car lots that offer "certified" used cars - they're not the same thing.
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