If you’re a used car shopper around Cincinnati, OH or Covington, you might be wondering just what it means for a vehicle to be “Certified Pre-Owned.” You’re not alone in asking about used vs. CPO, and while both are categories of used cars, there are some significant distinctions — particularly in price. Read on to learn about the differences and be prepared when it’s time to buy your next used car, truck, SUV, or minivan.
Used vehicles are vehicles that have been previously driven by other owners. While we are a Chevy dealer, you’ll find used cars of all makes and models in our inventory.
Because these vehicles have been inspected and reconditioned, Chevy includes some additional warranty coverage with them. The inspection, reconditioning, and warranty are the main reasons why CPO cars cost more than used.
While the Chevy Certified Pre-Owned Program offers benefits to our Florence and Cincinnati, OH drivers, the Tom Gill Advantage offers benefits unique to our dealership that make a used car the better choice.
When you buy a used car from Tom Gill Chevrolet, you’ll also get
And unlike CPO vehicles, these models have the same affordable pricing as the rest of our used cars — in fact, the Tom Gill Advantage Price ensures you get one price, no surprises, no hidden fees, and no need to haggle.
Now that you know what the difference is between used and Certified Pre-Owned, let Tom Gill Chevrolet help you get behind the wheel of your next car. Contact us today to learn more about buying used, the Tom Gill Advantage, and our wide selection of used cars.