Subaru Certified Pre-Owned Program

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Program Overview

The Subaru Certified Pre-Owned Program has sold 33,882 vehicles in the first three quarters of 2014, an increase of 26% over the first three quarters of 2013. Subaru offers customers an additional 24 months/40,000 miles of powertrain coverage, which is transferrable to a new owner, and optional upgrades are available should buyers wish to extend the coverage period. Special financing through Subaru Motors is available to qualified buyers. Other benefits include roadside assistance and a coupon for $500 off your next new, previously untitled Subaru (good for up to four years after your CPO purchase date).

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Certified Pre-Owned Warranty

7-Year or 100,000 Mile powertrain plan standard with zero deductible and roadside assistance.

Certified Pre-Owned Warranty Deductible


Warranty Transferable


Benefits Beyond New Car Warranty

24-month/40,000-miles powertrain

Extended Warranty

Optional upgrades available

Manufacturer Inspection Points


Inspection Score


Vehicle History Report


Roadside Assistance

Full term of Certified Warranty

Return/Exchange Program


Dealer Participation

Age and Mileage Requirements

5 years or newer/less than 80,000-miles

Special Financing


Certified Pre-Owned Lease Term


Customer Service Number

Additional Benefits

Coupon for $500 off your next new, previously untitled Subaru (good for up to 4 years after your CPO purchase date).

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