A Guide To Certified Used Car Programs
Weve assembled this guide to help you understand the different options available. How Does a Car Get Certified? For a vehicle to be eligible for a CPO program, it must be within a certain age range (typically less than five or six years old) and have fewer than a specified number of miles on the odometer (the limit is anywhere between 50,000 and 100,000 miles), although Bentley has no mileage limitation. Vehicles with aftermarket modifications are generally excluded, and manufacturers also tend to look for vehicles with known dealer-service histories. Chosen vehicles are put through a multipoint inspectionthe magic number of points seems to be 150and anything that needs attention is supposedly repaired or replaced.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.caranddriver.com/features/a-guide-to-certified-used-car-programs

Sirius XM Guns for New Owners of 'Zombie Radio' Cars

A 2.5-liter V6 only made 164 horsepower and it's mated here with a four-speed auto, but this is a cruiser. You look like a grown-up in this. S I really expected to find a ton of late-model MX-6s on the Internet, but there's not a lot out there anymore. The person who had one of these classy MX-6s didn't necessarily wrap it around a tree, but these weren't cared for cars, either. This one has 158,000 miles and is definitely well, um, used. I like these MX-6s, but they don't excite me the way turbocharged, all-wheel drive goodness like the Talon does.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://jalopnik.com/used-car-face-off-the-sports-coupe-edition-1466059942

Used Car Face Off: The Sports Coupe Edition

( KMX ), to collect information on used-car buyers. Some dealers offer a 90-day free trial for the service. In other cases, Sirius XM will simply enliven the zombie radios by turning on the service a few times a year, and then follow up with a bombardment of marketing mailers. While the prospect of pitching satellite radio subscriptions to the second and third owners of a car has been part of Sirius XMs stated strategy for a while, it's only now becoming more relevant because the stock of cars equipped with satellite receivers and being unloaded by their initial owners is nearing critical mass. Sirius XM, created by the merger of Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio five years ago, is the only commercial satellite-radio provider, with more than 25 million subscribers who pay an average of $10 per month for hundreds of exclusive commercial-free channels and syndicated third-party stations. Most of the companys growth has come through new-car sales.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/michael-santoli/the-fight-to-enliven-millions-of--zombie-radios-205945476.html

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