Latest Certified Pre-Owned Incentives by Automaker

If you are in the market for a used car, you may be able to get the best price by looking for special pricing and incentives. Many car manufacturers offer incentives when people purchase certified used cars from participating dealers. Certified pre-owned incentives are reduced-rate loans offered by manufacturers to qualified buyers of CPO vehicles. Taking advantage of these incentives is a great way to lower the overall price of a used vehicle. All financing offers listed here are available nationally at participating dealers unless noted otherwise. Not every buyer will qualify for this discount financing. If you are shopping for a used car, contact your dealer for details.

July CPO Incentives

Acura: $500 college graduate bonus, $750 military appreciation offer on select vehicles; offers end July 31

Audi: Not available 

Bentley: Not available

BMW: From 1.9 percent APR for 60 months on 2014-16 3 Series, 4 Series and 5 Series models, ends Sept. 3; from 0.9 percent APR for 60 months plus no payments for three months on 2014-16 i3 models, ends Sept. 3; $500 CPO loyalty credit on 2016 or older CPO vehicles; ends Dec. 31

Buick: 1.9 percent APR on Enclave or Encore SUVs; ends July 31

Cadillac: 2.9 percent APR on select models for 60 months; ends Aug. 31

Chevrolet: 1.9 percent APR on Cruze and Malibu sedans, Equinox and Traverse SUVs; ends July 31

Chrysler: Not available

Dodge: Not available

Ferrari: Not available

Fiat: Not available

Ford: Not available

GMC: 1.9 percent APR on Acadia and Terrain SUVs; ends July 31

Honda: 1.49 percent APR; see dealer for details

Hyundai: 1.9 percent APR; see dealer for details

Infiniti: 1.25 percent APR for up to 36 months on all 2013-18 models; ends July 31

Jaguar: 0.9-3.9 percent APR for up to 72 months on select models; ends July 31

Jeep: Not available

Kia: Not available

Land Rover: 0.9-3.9 percent APR for up to 60 months on select 2014-17 models; ends July 31

Lexus: Not available

Lincoln: Not available

Maserati: 1.9 percent for 60 months on 2014-18 models; ends July 31

Mazda: Not available

Mercedes-Benz: 1.99-4.99 percent APR for 48 to 72 months on select 2015-17 models; ends July 31

Mini: Not available

Mitsubishi: Not available

Nissan: 3.99-4.69 percent APR for 36 to 72 months on 2014-18 models; select cash-back offers; offers end July 31

Porsche: Not available

Ram: Not available

Rolls-Royce: Not available

Subaru: 1.49 percent APR on all 2013-18 models; ends July 31

Toyota: None

Volkswagen: 2.49 percent APR for 60 months on select models; ends July 31

Volvo: Not available

Editor's Note

For zero percent APR, monthly payment for every $1,000 financed is $27.78 for 36 months, $20.83 for 48 months, $16.67 for 60 months and $13.89 for 72 months.

For 0.9 percent APR, monthly payment for every $1,000 financed is $28.16 for 36 months, $21.22 for 48 months, $17.05 for 60 months and $14.27 for 72 months.

For 1.9 percent APR, monthly payment for every $1,000 financed is $28.60 for 36 months, $21.65 for 48 months, $17.48 for 60 months and $14.71 for 72 months.

For 2.9 percent APR, monthly payment for every $1,000 financed is $29.04 for 36 months, $22.09 for 48 months, $17.92 for 60 months and $15.15 for 72 months.

For 3.9 percent APR, monthly payment for every $1,000 financed is $29.48 for 36 months, $22.53 for 48 months, $18.37 for 60 months and $15.60 for 72 months.

For 4.9 percent APR, monthly payment for every $1,000 financed is $29.93 for 36 months, $22.98 for 48 months, $18.83 for 60 months and $16.06 for 72 months.

For 5.9 percent APR, monthly payment for every $1,000 financed is $30.38 for 36 months, $23.44 for 48 months, $19.29 for 60 months and $16.53 for 72 months.

For 6.9 percent APR, monthly payment for every $1,000 financed is $23.90 for 48 months, $19.75 for 60 months and $17.00 for 72 months.

For 7.9 percent APR, monthly payment for every $1,000 financed is $20.23 for 60 months and $17.48 for 72 months.

Specific details vary by consumer and automaker. Check with your local dealer for offer specifics.

 
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