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Certified Used Cars Springfield MO

Certified used cars often make good deals, but cost extra. The higher cost is offset by the benefits of getting an inspection and warranty. . Most used car sales are sold "as is" and the buyer takes his chances. Certified pre-owned car programs offer less risk and greater peace of mind โ€” for a price.

Springfield Freightliner Sales
(417) 862-5050
3020 E Division Street
Springfield, MO
Services
Truck Parts,Truck Dealers,Used Truck Dealers

College Street Car Sales Incorporated
(800) 433-3243
2600 W College Rd
Springfield, MO

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Autorom.com
(417) 882-8124
3389 S Scenic Ave Ste A
Springfield, MO

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Compton Auto Sales
(417) 831-4232
1543 E Kearney St
Springfield, MO

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Montgomery Sales
(573) 564-2489
1816 Highway 161
Montgomery City, MO
Services
Truck Auto Body,Truck Parts,Truck Dealers,Used Truck Dealers

Payless Auto Paint and Supplies
(417) 865-0226
2904 W Chestnut Expy
Springfield, MO

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Five Star Motor Co
(417) 873-9555
660 S Glenstone Ave
Springfield, MO

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Thompson Auto Sales
(417) 831-8030
1845 N Grant Ave
Springfield, MO

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Wholesale Car Co
(417) 725-6730
1407 N Massey Blvd
Nixa, MO

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Autobahn Motorworks Inc
(816) 474-2269
216 Southwest Boulevard
Kansas City, MO
Services
Brake Repair,Used Car Dealers

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Certified Used Cars

A few short years ago there were only a handful of used car dealers who offered "certified cars" for sale. Now almost every major automobile manufacturer's dealers offers certified cars and sales are increasing every year.

Why all the excitement? In short, it's about reduced risk. Most used car sales are sold "as is" and the buyer takes his chances. Certified pre-owned car programs offer less risk and greater peace of mind โ€” for a price.

What is a certified used car?
A certified used car has been inspected and repaired according to manufacturer specifications before being placed on a dealer's used car lot. Although manufacturer's programs vary in specifics, all are fundamentally the same.

Before a vehicle can be certified, it must be a late model, have low mileage, and have no major damage.

Then each vehicle is inspected according to a detailed checklist that may contain 150 or more points of inspection, including engine and transmission, lights, airbags, power equipment, fluids, exhaust system, suspension, brakes, battery, tires and wheels, paint, trim, windows, doors, belts, hoses, alarm system, and more.

Even less critical items such as wipers, mirrors, interior lights, radio, gauges, and carpets can be on the list. A road test is typically performed to make sure there are no noises, vibrations, and squeaks that need attention.

Certified pre-owned cars are typically offered with warranties, although ...

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