One of the biggest factors that is benefitting CPO vehicle sales, according to Autotrader,...

One of the biggest factors that is benefitting CPO vehicle sales, according to Autotrader, are the lower price tags that comes with used vehicles. As new-vehicle prices continue to climb, certified pre-owned vehicles are becoming a more attractive option for many buyers.

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Autotrader recently released its list of the 10 best non-luxury Certified Pre-Owned programs for 2019.

Hyundai topped the list, but the list also included Chevrolet/GMC; Dodge/Jeep/Ram; Ford; Honda; Kia; Mazda; Nissan; Subaru; Toyota.

The manufacturers were judged primarily on the warranty tied to their CPO programs. More robust warranty offerings ranked a brand higher, and a sparser offering ranked a brand lower.

One of the biggest factors that is benefitting CPO vehicle sales, according to Autotrader, are the lower price tags that comes with used vehicles. As new-vehicle prices continue to climb, certified pre-owned vehicles are becoming a more attractive option for many buyers.

Average new-vehicle prices are exceeding $35,000, and this is pushing more buyers toward the used market.

Average wholesale values through the middle of 2019 have been strong, in part due to this shift in consumer sales.

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