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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-09-2019, 01:23 AM Thread Starter
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Help...CPO Certified Pre Owned

Am looking at a 2017 for $30,428
The dealership posted it is a certified used QX60. When I looked at the numbers they want to charge me an additional $1500 for the " certificate ".

Anyone know what the heck is going on?

None of the other CPO cars at other dealerships are charging that they say certificate included.

Are they trying to RIP me off?

Any info would be appreciated. I'm supposed to buy the car on Monday am wondering if I should walk away.

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i have seen that at one dealer where they listed it separate cost at it was around that price. they said they can add that to any vehicle. by charging you extra for CPO you are basically buying a warranty, and under that there is an inspection it needs to pass and anything not to spec they replace (tires breakes etc under the limit in thge list). you can find the CPO checklist online i believe. i think to 6 year 72k miles from original purchase date. then on top of that you can buy a more comprehensive warranty if you want. may want to see what they replace additional if its CPO
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yes, we had to pay extra for the CPO tag, which gave me warranty bumper to bumper for 6 or 7 years (unlimited mileage, which was amazing). But then I think I recall negotiating whatever their asking price was down by several hundred dollars before signing on the dotted line. Pretty sure you can get them to move off the $1500 price tag for that.
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I’ve personally never seen a dealer pass along the CPO costs separately at time of sale. Yes they pay extra to CPO it, but usually account for “some” of that cost in their asking price and eat the other half. Naturally a CPO is more than a non-cpo car. But I’d consider it a part of them doing business and they bear the cost; and negotiate it down.
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