Remedies for a Defective Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle
In many regards, a certified pre-owned vehicle (CPO) is the prime example for how an auto manufacturer wants their brand to be seen after the new car luster fades. Carefully picked as low mileage, meticulously inspected examples of their late model cars, trucks, vans, and sport utility vehicles, CPO automobiles are prepared to closely resemble the experience of buying brand-new. However, even though all the thorough work is done ensuring a CPO vehicle sold adheres to some exacting standards, there is a possibility of mechanical and electrical problems revealing themselves after the automobile leaves the dealership.
For the occasion when a CPO vehicle is determined to be defective, an owner is offered a number of channels to seek some remedy to the situation. The following options can be undertaken to arrive at a potential solution without a direct cost to the vehicle owner.