Top Ranking CPO Programs, According to Edmunds.com

The Novem­ber cer­ti­fied pre-owned sales total fell more than 4% from Novem­ber 2014, accord­ing to Auto­da­ta Corp., but year-to-date sales are mov­ing near­ly 9% high­er with 2.33 mil­lion CPO sales through 11 months.

Lux­u­ry brands have been dom­i­nat­ing the CPO mar­ket this fall. A rank­ing of automaker’s CPO pro­grams puts a non-lux­u­ry brand at the top of list.

Edmunds.com has ranked the top eight CPO pro­grams for this year, with two of the brands tying……..

  1. Hyundai
  2. Kia
  3. Lexus
  4. Vol­vo
  5. Hon­da and Maz­da (tie)
  6. Porsche
  7. Jaguar and Land Rover (tie)
  8. Buick

Hyundai took the top spot for a few rea­sons; one being that it offers 10 years of pow­er­train cov­er­age instead of the typ­i­cal sev­en-year plan for non-lux­u­ry CPO cars. It’s bumper-to-bumper cov­er­age is also bet­ter by a year than typ­i­cal CPO plans, and its road­side assis­tance pro­grams is con­sid­ered to be excel­lent.

War­ran­ty cov­er­age is essen­tial for new and CPO vehi­cle sales. Edmunds.com thinks that apart from cor­po­rate part­ner Kia, no oth­er automak­er has a bet­ter CPO war­ran­ty pro­gram than Hyundai. Hyundai’s orig­i­nal new-car war­ran­ty is not trans­fer­able, so buy­ing CPO is the only way to get that cov­er­age.

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