If you are not sure whether to buy a standard used car or a certified pre-owned car, then you have come to the right place. For your convenience, Bob Maxey Lincoln has outlined the difference between these two options below. Get familiar with the pros and cons of each to decide which method will work best for you personally.

Used Cars

A standard used car is the most affordable option you will find at our dealership. This is because it does not include all the bells and whistles that come with certification. This option will therefore appeal to car buyers with a limited budget to spend. Seeing as CPO status is also reserved for specific brands—which is Ford and Lincoln in our case—you will have more choices to consider in our basic used car inventory because it features products from other automakers in demand.

Certified Pre-Owned Cars

In exchange for a little more money, a certified pre-owned car offers greater reassurance instead. This is because products must pass a comprehensive exam to earn the designation. That is to say, only models with a condition that meets the automakers standards is eligible for benefits like an extended warranty, roadside assistance, trial subscriptions to SiriusXM®, and more! In other words, buying a certified pre-owned Ford or Lincoln model is as close as you can get to a new model without the price of one!

Learn More About Used and Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles Now Available in Detroit, MI.

These are the basic differences between our non-certified and certified used cars. To learn more, we beckon you to visit our used car dealership in Detroit, Michigan. That way, our specialists can give you in-depth information pertaining to specific models and take you out for a test drive. Upon seeing these options side-by-side, you will have a better grasp as to which one suits your individual needs best.

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