Nissan Expands Certified Pre-Owned Program To Include 10-Year-Old Vehicles


Nissan today announced its second expansion to its certified pre-owned program this year. Now, the automaker will allow vehicles that are up to 10 years old with as many as 100,000 miles (160,934 km) to be sold through the program.

“As pre-owned vehicle sales continue to outpace those of new vehicles in the marketplace, Certified Select allows our trusted dealerships to offer more high-quality options for shoppers,” said Dan Mohnke, vice president, eCommerce, Nissan U.S. “And we’ve further committed to customer satisfaction by offering a seamless online purchase option and a complimentary maintenance visit.”

The higher-mileage vehicles will be sold under the “Certified Select” banner. Each vehicle will receive an 84-point inspection and will come with a six-month/6,000 mile (9,656 km) warranty and roadside assistance. Every vehicle will also get one complimentary maintenance visit within the first year of ownership.

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Nissan also previously offered its certified stamp of approval on vehicles as old as 6 years with as many as 80,000 miles (128,747 km). That program remains and offers a 167-point inspection, two complimentary maintenance visits, and a seven-year/100,000 (160,934 km) warranty.

Nissan is just the latest automaker to expand eligibility for its certified pre-owned program. Acura announced in March that it would similarly offer 10-year-old vehicles as part of its resale scheme, while Stellantis announced that it was expanding eligibility to vehicles with as many as 125,000 miles (201,168 km) earlier this month.

Nissan, meanwhile, announced in May that it would open its CPO program to vehicles from other brands. These vehicles get a six-month, 6,000-mile (9,656 km) limited warranty, and Nissan indicated at the time that it was a great way to get customers from other brands into its showrooms.

More to the point, though, these moves all come as demand and prices for used vehicles have skyrocketed. In the wake of the pandemic, supply chain issues have caused used vehicles to become hard to find and expensive to buy.


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