Join Date: Jan 2017
Location: Nevada and California
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As far as I am concerned, a low mileage CPO model is the way to go. I purchased my 2014 A5 Cabriolet as a CPO. It was coming off of a two year lease and was in super condition. The dealership brought everything up to specs to include changing tires and front brakes. As a CPO, the warranty was also extended out to 100K miles. The only noticeable difference between my A5 and a new model is the mileage on the odometer indicating 25K. It rides superbly and I saved a bucket of money.
I have taken advantage of the CPO program with other car brands and have had a similarly positive experience.