Check Out Autotrader’s Roundup of the 10 Best Certified Pre-Owned Cars for 2018
You’re still reeling from sticker shock after looking at new cars, but you’re also not ready to buy a used car and take on the potential risk of repair costs. One solution: Check out Autotrader’s roundup of the best certified pre-owned car options for 2018 (and yes, there’s a difference between CPOs and used cars).
As certified pre-owned vehicles, each of these “good as new” models features up-to-date design and a manufacturer-supported warranty of up to 100,000 miles. Also, each one has an overall NHTSA safety rating of at least four out of five stars. Purchasing one of these is pretty much like purchasing a new car—except much easier on your bank account.
2015-2017 Chevrolet Tahoe
This full-size Chevrolet SUV was redesigned in 2015 and can be had for an average of $45,500 CPO.
2015-2017 GMC Yukon
Also redesigned in 2015, this full-size GMC SUV is available for around $48,800 CPO.
2015-2017 Ford Edge
This roomy Ford crossover will cost you around $27,800 CPO.
2015-2017 Honda Fit
New models of this Honda subcompact hatchback are on the costlier end of the segment, but a CPO model runs about $15,500.
2016-2017 Hyundai Tucson
You can find this high-tech Hyundai compact crossover for an average of $20,500 CPO.
2016-2017 Kia Sorento
CPO models of Kia’s 3-row midsize crossover are available for around $23,000.
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This midsize Mazda sedan, which comes in a number of luxurious trim levels, can be purchased for around $19,800.
2014-2017 Nissan Rogue
For around $19,900, you can find a CPO model of this small 3-row Nissan crossover.
2014-2017 Subaru Forester
CPO models of Subaru’s compact all-wheel-drive crossover can be had for around $23,400 CPO.
2014-2017 Toyota Tundra
You can find a CPO model of this full-size Toyota pickup truck for about $35,500.
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