Certified Car

Most major car manufactures have certified programs set up at a corporate level. They are all similar in requirements and most come with some kind of warranty. Certified cars are advertised as already being inspected and repaired. "an extra good car".

Be advised that no repairs get done on these cars without the approval of management. Sometimes depending on the cost and profits involved, managers will make a judgment call and not repair something thinking that the customer won’t notice or the mechanic is concentrating on quantity rather than the quality of the repairs. These and other reasons could lead to a certified car with problems that should have been repaired under the certified program.

An Auto Lemon Detectors inspection can detect these and other needed repairs or even safety issues before you buy, this gives you the power to negotiate and to plan for repairs in the future.

The fact is that sometimes we detect problems with a certified cars. It’s all in how good the inspection was done and what repairs were performed.

We are currently working hard on providing more information pertaining to certified vehicles. Check back with us soon.

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