What Does CPO Mean Anyway?

When you're in the market for a new Toyota, you need to decide if you want to buy new or used. New models offer extra peace of mind, but they tend to be a bit pricier. Used models are more competitively-priced, but you don't always know what the previous driver has put them through. Certified pre-owned models combine the best of both worlds. They're pre-owned, but they have gone through strict inspections, and they have detailed history reports.

All vehicles can become pre-owned, but certified pre-owned is a more exclusive club. CPO Toyota models are all six model years old or younger, and they all have under 85,000 miles on the odometer. They have also all undergone a 160-point inspection process from a Toyota factory-trained technician. They also come with a detailed CARFAX vehicle history report. CPO Toyota vehicles give you plenty of peace of mind. Of course, the downside of CPO is that, since it's such an exclusive club, CPO inventories are usually smaller than new or pre-owned ones.

If you're looking for a great way to get around Kingsport or Johnson City, you can't go wrong with a CPO Toyota model. Come pay us a visit today here in Bristol, TN, to see which one is right for you. We can't wait to help you out.

Categories: Pre-Owned Inventory
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