How Does Toyota Certified Pre-Owned Stack Up?
Over the last few months, many car buyers in the U.S. are changing the way they approach purchasing a vehicle.
The good news for those that love the Toyota brand is that the Japanese auto manufacturer has a sterling reputation not only with its new cars, but also its pre-owned.
Toyota is offering its Toyota Used Car Certification program to buyers during these difficult times. The program has many options. They include:
- Limited comprehensive warranty for 12 months or 12,000 miles (whichever comes first)
- A 160-point quality assurance inspection
- Limited powertrain warranty for seven years or 100,000 miles (whichever comes first)
- Roadside assistance for one year
- Free Carfax vehicle history report
- Standard new-car financing rates
Toyota has committed that all its pre-owned vehicles under the certification program have quality innovation and durability. That’s been the foundation for the Toyota Certified Used Vehicles program, which started more than 25 years ago in 1996.
Roadside assistance is always very important to drivers and Toyota provides certified pre-owned vehicle owners with one year of roadside assistance. Divers get protection anywhere with a national network of roadside assistance providers throughout the United States and Canada.
Most importantly, Toyota’s Financial Services provides multiple financing plans including the option of vehicle and payment protection products for Toyota customers. These additional safeguards make owning a Toyota that much easier and not a financial burden.
The world has changed dramatically in these last six months and the automotive industry is no different. The good news for those wanting to get a car without breaking the bank, there are new and pre-owned options within the Toyota family. A great certified used car from Toyota with all the style a driver could want, and most importantly the safety and comfort that comes with owning a Toyota. Shop our certified pre-owned vehicle inventory at Jim Ellis Toyota of McDonough today.