Pre-Owned Volvo Finder
This Volvo website page (North American Volvo site) finds certified Pre-owned Volvos in your area on Volvo dealer lots. It didn’t return that many cars for me, and the ones it did display were somewhat overpriced in my opinion.
Certified pre-owned volvo cars (CPO) present an attractive alternative to buying a higher-priced new car. For less money, a CPO buyer can afford a car that feels almost new, even if the odometer is showing some miles.
Additionally, shopping for a CPO car is easier than shopping for a used car. This is because the certification process removes one of the major drawbacks to buying a used car: uncertainty about the mechanical condition of the vehicle. A factory-trained mechanic inspects a potential certified pre-owned volvo car to ensure it measures up to the requirements of that manufacturer’s program. The dealership that’s performing the certification replaces or repairs anything that’s worn beyond the limits of that manufacturer’s program.
When someone returns a leased vehicle or trades in a car during a new-car purchase, the dealership evaluates the vehicle’s condition and considers it for the brand’s CPO program. Taking the certified pre-owned volvo program as an example, the car has certain requirements to meet: It must be five model years old or newer, with less than 75,000 miles, and it has to have been operated by the previous owner for at least 12 months.
If the car falls within those guidelines, a factory-trained Volkswagen mechanic performs a 112-point inspection. If the mechanic finds any problems, they are repaired, with the goal of bringing the vehicle as close to “as new” condition as possible. A Volkswagen dealership then sells the car with a limited two-year/24,000-mile warranty that covers, among other things, the powertrain, electrical system and air-conditioning. Finally, VW provides two years of 24-hour roadside assistance for added peace of mind.