NIADA CPO vs Dealer CPO?
I'm looking at a Civic from AuctionDirect. It happens to be stated as a CPO
through NIADA. I had thought that only a franchised dealer could sell their make's
CPO cars - Honda dealer can sell Honda CPO; VW dealer can sell VW CPO.
Is the NIADA process a different option? Is it legitimate?
Related, per the CarFax, this car's basic warranty has expired but there's a good
chunk of time/miles left on the powertrain, corrosion, and emissions. I read that
Honda CPOs extend/transfer certain warranties. Anyone know if NIADA does
I personally have no experience with NIADA and would only consider a CPO vehicle through the manufacturer dealership. This would need to be a true CPO vehicle and not some 3rd party extended warranty BS.
Thanks. Yeah, I think it seems a little fishy.
I learned a little more about why AuctionDirect can apparently offer NIADA CPO vehicles: http://www.niadacertified.com/dealers/uploads/dynamic_areas/ hfgv2aOzAmvAPPQIacBf/32/NIADA_AuctionDirectUSAPartner_ OfferCertifiedPreOwnedVehicles.pdf
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