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Why Consider an NVCP Certified Vehicle?

    1) Quality and condition vary widely, and to get the most for your money you need accurate and complete information specific to any vehicle you're interested in. Because your satisfaction is paramount, your NVCP dealer or private seller has invested time and money to provide everything you need to make an informed decision.

    2) Certified Pre-Owned vehicles often maintain higher trade-in values, and are more reliable than traditional used cars and trucks. NVCP Certified Vehicles are the benchmark for quality, reliability and value. Our process provides independent, third-party information about the vehicle before you make a purchase. The CARFAX Buyback Guarantee™ combined with our exclusive NATIONWIDE warranty ensures you truly are protected.

NVCP has taken the guesswork out of shopping for a quality Certified Pre-Owned vehicle! When you choose an NVCP Certified Vehicle, you have these assurances:

    1) A 220+ point Physical Inspection performed by a Certified Independent Mechanic who is NOT employed by the selling dealer.

    2) A Scientific Fluid Analysis to ensure the internal parts of your vehicle's engine and transmission are not being damaged by wear metals or other contaminants, or on the verge of a breakdown requiring major repairs.

    3) Comprehensive written Reports to explain the Scientific Fluid Analysis, and the vehicle's current condition Physical Inspection Report.

    4) A Photo Folio, or photographic record of current condition inside and out, plus the Vehicle Identification Number and Odometer reading.

    5) Coverage under a Nationwide Warranty, and

    6) The peace of mind of the CARFAX Buyback Guarantee™

See How We Compare

National Vehicle Certification Program vs Others - Comparison Chart

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