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Why VW Certified May Be Your Perfect Option

Buying a car can be one of the most important decisions a consumer can make. From the moment you decide you want to upgrade your ride, you’re presented with two very different options: either invest in a brand new car or get a used car at a lower cost but run the risk of getting a damaged vehicle? The good news is that there’s a solution that may just be the perfect option for you. That’s Volkswagen Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles here at Nalley Volkswagen.

 

Certified Pre-Owned (or CPO) vehicles are the perfect choice if you want peace of mind in getting a car you can trust while also saving some room in your budget. It’s very easy to be drawn to brand new vehicles because of the famous new car smell, the novelty of something state-of-the-art and a killer warranty. Well with a VW CPO you can drive off the lot in something that smells, looks and drives like brand new for the price of you’d expect to pay for a used car. That’s what makes VW Certified an option you can’t miss! 

So what exactly does it take to qualify as a VW CPO? Only VW vehicles that are less than six years old with less than 80,000 miles can qualify to be VW Certified. That means you are getting some of the newest tech, features and parts. The style, performance and features that makes VW so great is what you will get with a CPO vehicle. 

But the features don’t stop there. You also get an enhanced peace of mind because not only does a CPO vehicle pass a 100+ multi-point inspection, along with ensuring all parts are Genuine VW, or VW approved. Even more importantly, it comes with a can’t-miss warranty! A warranty on a used vehicle? Yes, you can visit our website here to get more details.

The best part is we have plenty of options for you to choose from here at Nalley VW, and you are able to choose from an array of VW regardless of model or trim level. With all of these options you are sure to find a VW that will fit. 

What are you waiting for? Stop in today and test drive your next new vehicle! 

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