Why Certified Pre-Owned?
Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicles are some of the most highly sought-after used cars on the market. They’ve been thoroughly inspected, are newer models, have lower miles, and come with extended warranty coverage.
The CPO segment has continued to capture more and more of the used vehicle market and continues to set new sales records.
The Certification Process:
- Just select an eligible vehicle to be marketed as a CPO.
- Perform the MBPI Certified Pre-Owned Program inspection and perform any necessary repairs.
- Certify the vehicle using a FTC Buyers Guide and the vehicle marketing materials provided.
- Report CPO vehicle sales through the online rater and remittance process.
- MBPI Certified Pre-Owned Program Vehicle Eligibility Guidelines.
- Current plus 5 model years.
- 70,000 miles or less.
- Clean vehicle history report.
- Completed inspection form.
- Repair order showing required maintenance or repairs have been completed.
The Certified Pre-Owned Inspection Guide:
The guide is designed to clearly communicate the program and provides you all of the standards, guidelines, sales and service processes required.
Limited Warranty Coverage
All CPO vehicles receive Premier (exclusionary) coverage for a term of 12 months/12,000 miles from the date of sale. Vehicles that are still in the Manufacturer’s Basic Warranty period will have the 12 months/12,000 miles of coverage added at the expiration of the Manufacturer’s Warranty period.
Powertrain coverage is included for a term of 60 months/100,000 miles from the vehicle’s original in-service date.
To ensure peace of mind, all of our products are backed by A.M Best “A” rated Underwriters. With MBPI, you won’t have a provider that can’t provide for you in the future.
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This page provides a general overview of the product. Please refer to the actual contract provisions for additional information including details of benefits, eligibility, specific exclusions, terms, conditions, and limitations. Coverages may differ in certain states and coverage may not be available in all states.