When it comes to getting a car, many opt to buy used these days in the interest of saving some cash. A very-appealing option that weds the benefits of buying used and buying new into one delectable whole is the concept of “Certified Pre-Owned,” or “CPO,” vehicles.
One of the special benefits wrought by CPO is the automaker-provided warranty coverage that comes on the used ride. We’ve written elsewhere about the coverage that Nissan provides for CPO, and rest assured, it’s pretty swell. But many people still ask us: can the CPO warranty from Nissan be transferred to another buyer?
Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Limited Warranty Ownership Transferability
Yes, the Nissan CPO Limited Warranty is fully transferable. It can be transferred from the retail customer to one subsequent private owner. The transfer must be done in a “private party to private party” situation. The warranty will be good for the whatever duration remained on the original CPO warranty period.
The Nissan CPO program is available on used Nissan models up to six years old and with up to 80,000 miles on the odometer. Buying one provides the above-mentioned warranty, which is an extension on the standard Nissan warranty by two years or up to $40,000 total miles. It also features a $50 deductible.
How do I transfer the Nissan CPO warranty?
Nissan has a special form that individuals can fill out to request a CPO warranty transfer. Check that form out here.
What coverage does Nissan provide on its CPO vehicles?
The Nissan CPO warranty offers 7 years or 100,000 miles of powertrain protection dating from the car’s original sale date. It also includes a 3-month trial of SiriusXM radio, a free CarFax vehicle history report, and 24-hour roadside assistance.