In addition to the renewal of their contract with Experian, Mazda has also implemented an all-new three-year buyback program that is designed to help give consumers even more confidence when purchasing a CPO Mazda. If a driver purchases a certified pre-owned Mazda that shows no title brands on the AutoCheck Report, but then a title brand is found after the vehicle has been reported brand-free, then the AutoCheck Buyback Protection Program will cover what the driver paid for the vehicle. This payment will cover up to 110% of the NADA published value and even offers up to $500 coverage for aftermarket modifications. When combined with the availability of the AutoCheck Report this program gives drivers unparalleled peace of mind when it comes to purchasing a used vehicle.
This program is intended to help build trust between consumers and retailers as well as improving the overall quality of the vehicles on the road. Over the past year Mazda's CPO sales have increased drastically and are out-pacing the industry average on a yearly basis with sales of about 34.7% compared to the industry average of just 5.4%. These results show that consumers are readily purchasing CPO vehicles from Mazda, and the company is looking to improve these numbers even further by bolstering the confidence and peace of mind that drivers get from Mazda.
Those who are interested in purchasing a certified pre-owned Mazda are encouraged to visit Cox Mazda in Bradenton. They feature a wide selection of certified pre-owned options and offer friendly and expert service.