What's the Difference Between Used Subaru Models and CPO Subaru Models?

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When shopping for a pre-owned vehicle at Irvine Subaru, you can choose one of two routes: used or certified pre-owned (CPO). What's the difference? Well, while all CPO Subaru models are used cars, not all used cars are CPO models. That's because CPO Subaru models have to meet specific criteria and meet strict standards of quality in order to earn certification. All the used models at our dealership are top-notch, but when it comes to CPO models, you'll find that we're particularly picky here in Lake Forest.

Here's an overview of the difference between used and CPO Subaru models:

  • Used Subaru models come in all shapes, sizes, model years, and price ranges to suit a wide variety of needs for drivers in Orange County near Irvine
  • CPO Subaru models are limited to late-model vehicles
  • CPO Subaru models offer warranty coverage and a host of other manufacturer-backed benefits
  • Used Subaru models without certification are typically less expensive

Buying a Used Subaru

If you're shopping on a tight budget, looking for a specific set of features for a low price, or hunting for a particular model year, then shopping used may be the way to go. Our pre-owned Subaru inventory near Anaheim presents a wider variety of models at affordable prices without the constraints set in place by the Subaru certification process.

Buying a CPO Subaru

If you want a like-new vehicle without the new-vehicle pratfalls, then buying a CPO Subaru could be the right choice. These late-model used Subaru vehicles have to pass a 152-point inspection just to qualify for certification, and they offer a factory-backed powertrain warranty alongside a robust list of other benefits aimed at helping you achieve peace of mind and enjoy more car for your money near Tustin.

Learn more about used Subaru vehicles and the Subaru CPO program when you stop by our Subaru dealership near Laguna Niguel today!

Categories: Pre-Owned Inventory

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