CPO vs Original manufacturer warranty

Asked by Oct 10, 2016 at 05:18 PM about the Honda Civic

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Hi,

I was looking for 2014-15 Pre-owned Honda Civic. I have shortlisted few
cars, based on the deals in Cargurus, that include few CPO units as well.
The CPOs are atleast 1000$ more than a non-CPO car.

Since many of the cars are still under original manufacturer warranty, do
you guys think if the extra 1000$ for a CPO car is worth it?

Thanks,
Vimal

3 Answers

247,015

Depends on the car, but your basically spending the money on an extended warranty. Up to you if you want the piece of mind.

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49,375

Yes, the additional warranty is well worth the extra grand.

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68,695

Yes, I'd get the warranty. The last thing I want is a repair bill while still making car payments! One or two repairs under the warranty could easily exceed the cost of the warranty. HTH. -Jim

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