Backed by outstanding warranties, our MPP Certified Pre-Owned cars at Trophy Nissan in Mesquite, give drivers peace of mind. Avoid hefty out-of-pocket expenses for vehicle repairs by purchasing an MPP CPO car from our dealership today!
Not all used cars that roll into our dealership get the MPO CPO badge either. First, it must have 60,000 miles or less on the odometer. Then, a car has to go through a robust 172-point inspection. During the inspection process, our highly-trained service technicians check out a vehicle's engine, powertrain, doors, locks, tires and brakes to make sure everything is working well. Only after a vehicle passes these inspections can it get the final stamp of approval to be MPP Certified.
The benefits of taking ownership of an MPP CPO car, truck or SUV are immense. Every MPP CPO vehicle we sell comes with a 3-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty from the date of sale along with a 12-month/12,000-mile comprehensive limited warranty from the date of sale. On top of that, if you ever have a flat tire, run out of gas or need a jump start, you'll feel good knowing that you're covered by 24-Hour Roadside Assistance, which covers you no matter where you are in the country. Plus, you get a full CARFAX report, so you'll have confirmation that your MPP CPO car has a clean record. As for safety, these vehicles are fully inspected to make sure they are also safe to go back on the road.
Purchasing a vehicle is a big investment, so don't you owe it to yourself to make sure that your next used car purchase is covered by these outstanding warranties? If you're in the market for a new set of wheels, please call us or stop by our dealership in Mesquite and learn more about additional benefits and perks of this exciting program!
172 pt. vehicle inspection; 24-hour emergency roadside assistance; vehicle history report; 12-month/12,000 mile comprehensive limited warranty from the date of sale, whichever occurs first; 3-year/100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty from the date of sale and up to 100,000 miles on the odometer, whichever occurs first.