Defining Certified and Non-Certified Cars

Most car buyers opt for used cars for different reasons. Nowadays, you can buy either certified or non-certified used cars, and there are certain factors that you may want to consider when buying one.


Non-Certified Used Cars


Non-certified cars cost less, though there are no guarantees or assurances that these used cars will last for a long time. In the simplest of terms, non-certified cars are used cars that have not been checked or tested before being sold. You would have to trust the information given to you by the seller on a car’s specs and history.


Certified Used Cars


A certified car, on the other hand, has been run through a multitude of inspections and tests, making it viable for a longer period even when it is already pre-owned. Getting a car certified means meeting requirements such as age and mileage.


A car has to be at least five or six years old and has run within 50,000 to 100,000 miles. Buyers would be able to get a comprehensive report on where the vehicle was registered in the past, reported collisions and dealer services as well as the time when the vehicle was bought and sold.


It is a good thing that there are several used car dealerships that offer certified cars that you can choose from. Doing your own research beforehand will give you the necessary details that may come in handy during discussions and negotiations with a car dealer.

Defining Certified and Non-Certified Cars

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