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Certified Pre Owned Program
Lincoln CPO Program
Lincoln Certified Pre-Owned Program
With 900 enrolled dealerships the Lincoln pre-owned program, Lincoln Certified Pre-Owned, has sold over 16,000 certified pre-owned vehicles in the first three quarters of 2013, an increase of 10% over the same time period in 2012. Based on our annual IntelliChoice Certified Program Analysis, Lincoln was the top Premium Brand in Used Car Ownership Costs for the last three years, as well as receiving a 100% Inspection Score, which speaks to the thoroughness of its program. For added peace of mind, consumers may opt for the available Extended Service Contract. Special financing rates and terms are available through Lincoln Automotive Financial Services on select models (see dealer for details and qualifying criteria). Roadside assistance is available for up to 72 months or 100,000 miles.
Certified Pre-Owned Warranty
Fully transferable 72-Month/100,000-Mile Comprehensive Limited Warranty from original in-service date.
Certified Pre-Owned Warranty Deductible
Benefits Beyond New Car Warranty
24-month/50,000-mile comprehensive coverage
Extended Service Contract option that offers extended length of coverage is available.
Manufacturer Inspection Points
Vehicle History Report
72-months/100,000-miles (Full term of Certified Warranty)
Age and Mileage Requirements
Current model year plus 5 model years/ less than 60,000-miles
Certified Pre-Owned Lease Term
Customer Service Number
All vehicles are displayed with a window label which includes original standard and optional equipment and warranty end date. The program website allows the user to find a participating dealer as well as search dealer inventory. Rental car reimbursement, travel expense reimbursement, destination expense assistance.
Buying Lincoln Vehicles
2013 Lincoln MKT Ecoboost
We were surprised by the Lincoln MKT's competence.
First Drive: 2013 Lincoln MKZ 3.7 AWD
Does one great car make a great new brand?
First Drive: 2013 Lincoln MKS EcoBoost
Baby steps on the way to becoming a big boy luxury brand
2015 Lincoln MKC Review
Lincoln earns itself a round.
2008 Lincoln Navigator
It's a scarce, Brachiosaurus-type SUV dinosaur, perhaps commanding too much attention in a world with $3.60 per gallon gasoline. But inside the vehicle, Lincoln did a tremendous job insulating passengers from an outside world that increasingly frowns upon such road thumpers.