New research shows the United States is a model for how used vehicles can be a profitable industry growth segment for other places in the world, including the use of certified pre-owned programs.
Certified pre-owned vehicle sales fell more than 3 percent in July, but year-to-date numbers still remain slightly ahead of the 2016 pace.
That’s according to numbers released Tuesday by Autodata Corp.
CertifiedCars.com has relaunched with a new website, the online certified pre-owned vehicle marketplace said in a news release.
It was a record half and a record quarter for Kia certified pre-owned
With consumers taking advantage of both pleasing gas prices and the time to shop around this summer, Autotrader has come out with its top picks for certified pre-owned deals in July, which include promotions by eight different automakers.
Certified pre-owned vehicle sales were down a bit year-over-year in June, but year-to-date sales still beat the first-half totals from a record 2016.
According to Autodata Corp., there were 221,853 CPO sales last month, which was down 0.8 percent from June 2016.
Kia Motors America leadership understood that the automaker surprised the industry last year when it topped the J.D. Power U.S. Initial Quality Study (IQS).
Kia Motors America has now gone 16 straight months of certified pre-owned sales records, the company said Wednesday.
Kia moved 7,008 CPO units last month, which beat year-ago figures by 10.2 percent and was its best May ever, according to Autodata Corp.