When you’re going to buy a car, you might scratch your head at the label associated with a lot of the vehicles you’re going to see.
“Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle,” for instance.
What is a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle?
A Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle (or CPO) is a used car with low mileage and no history of major damage.
Different manufacturers have different criteria for what constitutes a Certified Pre-Owned car. Some will say that in order to be considered a CPO, the vehicle in question needs to have less than 60,000 miles on the odometer.