If you are in the market for an excellent vehicle for an affordable price, buying either a used for or a Certified Pre Owned (CPO) vehicle are both outstanding options. While getting a used vehicle and a CPO vehicle might seem similar, there are significant differences between these options that can make a major difference in determining your choice. Here is how getting a used car and a CPO car differ.

The Difference Between Used and CPO Honda Vehicles

A used vehicle is exactly what it sounds like. It is a vehicle that was previously owned by another person, and that has been sold or returned to our dealership. Used cars are not guaranteed to drive as well as a new car, but you can get it for a low price. A CPO vehicle at Penske Honda Ontario is a pre-owned Honda vehicle that has been thoroughly inspected and tested to ensure that it drives like it is brand new.

The Honda CPO Difference

When you get a Honda CPO vehicle, you can count on it to drive like it is new. To be considered for certification, a Honda vehicle must have been made in the last six years and have fewer than 80,000 miles on its odometer. It must then pass a 182-point inspection to ensure that it will work like it is new.

Check Out Our Inventory of Used and CPO Vehicles

At Penske Honda Ontario, you can find an exciting selection of used and CPO vehicles, one of which might be ideal for your lifestyle and budget. Whether you want a quality used vehicle or an excellent CPO Honda vehicle, you can find what you are looking for at our dealership. To learn more about our inventory, contact us today!