July 26, 2020 at 7:57 am #611991
in quick search on Google I have found this.
Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) cars are popular with buyers who want to minimize the risk of buying a used car. They get added benefits, such as a limited warranty, roadside assistance, and loaner vehicles. … Understandably, CPO vehicles often carry a higher price than a non-certified model. Many people feel comfortable paying that premium because of the peace of mind a CPO program gives them.”
GM Certified Pre-Owned car program says that.
WHY IS GENERAL MOTORS OFFERING CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED VEHICLES?
• We realize that you can shop for a good used vehicle at any number of sources. We also realize that many used vehicle
customers, like yourself, may be in the market for a new vehicle at some time in the future.
• Through GM Certified Pre-Owned, we’re trying to provide our customers with a “new vehicle” type of buying experience on
premium, fully reconditioned, and affordable used vehicles.
• It’s our way of saying “Welcome to the General Motors family.”
Now, I am asking, and I look forward to hearing any answers that might be comforting to me. I recently bought 2016 Cadillac CT6 3.0L TT Platinum from Cadillac authorized dealer with the condition that it has to be certified pre-owned and reconditioned.
The car’s wireless charging unit doesn’t work. they told me that the wireless charging unit doesn’t compatible with the new phones when I asked why it doesn’t work. It’s bizarre when you hear that, because 2016 make year car, if reconditioned the wireless unit should be working. Am I asking to much?
One thing I know for sure I expect that the car from authorized Cadillac dealer if labelled CPO should be fully functional.
Give me some thoughts and ideas what should I do?
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