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Mar 25 2020

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Certified used cars

Enterprise Certified™ Used Cars

Every car, truck, SUV and van must pass a rigorous inspection before being reconditioned and offered as an Enterprise Certified™ vehicle.

Advantages of Buying an Enterprise Certified™:

Rigorously Inspected

All Enterprise Certified cars pass a thorough inspection by an ASE-certified technician, who tests all of the systems listed below. Any necessary repairs and replacements are made and inspected again. If a vehicle fails any aspect of this inspection, it is not sent to an Enterprise Car Sales dealership.

Vehicle Check

Items reviewed prior to certification

Cosmetic

Inspect all for damage and cleanliness

  • Paint and panel condition
  • Panel alignment
  • Body trim and moldings
  • Bumpers
  • Headliner
  • Dashboard
  • All glass surfaces
  • Seating
  • Carpeted areas
  • Weather stripping

Test Drive

  • Listen for abnormal squeaks, rattles, noise
  • Driver assist features
  • Dash panel gauges/compass
  • Odometer/trip
  • Turn signals/hazards
  • Engine: startup, idle and sound quality, acceleration
  • Transmission: shift performance, shift interlock, AWD/2WD/4WD engagement
  • Alignment/drift/pull
  • Steering wheel alignment: centered, ease of turning
  • Brake function, anti-lock brakes, smooth stop
  • Cruise control
  • HVAC performance
  • Fan speed control
  • Climate controls
  • Recirculation
  • Defrost
  • Wiper operation: front/rear
  • Mirrors

Maintenance

  • Engine oil and filter – change/replace
  • Lube chassis

Inspect repair/replace as needed

  • Wiper blade condition
  • Air and cabin filter (if equipped)
  • All hoses and clamps
  • Drive and serpentine belt
  • Battery: voltage; clean and secure connections; tray, retainer and vent tubes

Check warning lights

  • Air bags and warning light
  • Check engine light
  • Antilock brake system (ABS)
  • Traction control
  • Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)

Fluids – check, top off

  • Windshield fluid
  • Coolant
  • Power steering fluid
  • Transmission fluid
  • Brake fluid

Exterior

Tires

  • Tread – more than 4/32” tread
  • Inspect for damage
  • Evaluate need of rotation
  • Wheel lugs (all) – check torque
  • Verify size, speed rating and load range according to manufacturer placard
  • Correct PSI according to manufacturer placard specs

Brakes

  • Verify front and rear have 50% or more of lining remaining and are worn evenly
  • Rotors – inspect for grooves and pits, measure thickness for adherence to mfg. specs; clean surface to remove dust and dirt
  • Calipers operate properly
  • Drums – inspect; measure inside diameter for adherence to mfg. specs, clean surface
  • Lines – inspect; check fitting for leaks
  • Parking brake operation

Under The Vehicle

Check for damage and operation

  • Steering system
  • Control arms
  • Rack and pinion
  • Springs/sway bars
  • Shock absorbers/struts/suspension
  • Transmission mounts, seals and gaskets
  • CV joints/boots
  • Axles
  • Differentials
  • Driveshaft/universal joints
  • Transfer case (4×4)
  • Oil pan
  • Exhaust system; incl. hangers and muffler
  • Fuel tank
  • Frame/unibody
  • Cooling system; radiator condition, condenser, cooling fan
  • Active grille shutter
  • Engine mounts, seals and gaskets
  • Ignition system
  • Alternator, starter
  • AC compressor
  • AC refrigerant lines
  • Fuel system

Interior

Check for damage and operation

  • Power seats
  • Sun visor, sun visor lights
  • Glove compartment
  • Courtesy lights
  • Horn
  • Rearview mirrors
  • Cup holders
  • Trunk cover
  • Accessory outlets
  • Seats belts; wear and operation
  • Infotainment system: navigation, radio, all video equipment, bluetooth function, CD player
  • Reset all technology solutions to remove all previous driver data ex: infotainment systems, driver preferences, MyKey, driver seat settings, lane departure etc.
  • Power mirrors
  • Power windows
  • Convertible top (if applicable)
  • Sunroof/sunshade operation
  • Power doors/sliding doors/hatches
  • Door locks
  • Child safety locks
  • Steering wheel; tilt, telescoping, touch controls
  • Hood, trunk and fuel lid releases
  • Spare tire, jack and tool kit or inflation device (if applicable)

Inspections

  • State emissions inspection
  • State safety inspections

Certified Manufacturer Vehicles

We have a large inventory of certified cars from a variety manufacturers, including Chevrolet, Ford, Hyundai, Jeep, Nissan and Toyota.

Used Cars with Warranty

Because Enterprise Certified cars are recent-model vehicles, many may still be covered under the manufacturer’s warranty. That means buying an Enterprise Certified car gets you:

  • The remainder of the manufacturer warranty, if applicable, plus…
  • The 12-month/12,000-mile limited powertrain warranty that begins on the vehicle purchase date, and…
  • All of the benefits that come with owning an Enterprise Certified car, including a free CARFAX Vehicle History Report™ and 12 months of roadside assistance.

Extended Service Plan

While many Enterprise vehicles are still under the manufacturer’s warranty, there’s a chance that you may need some type of repair that falls outside of what’s covered.

The Enterprise Mechanical Repair Protection plan can help you save money on unexpected repairs and keep your car running smoothly. Designed specifically for used vehicles, the plan offers “exclusionary” coverage, meaning unless a component or system is excluded, it’s covered. Ask your Sales Consultant for details.

Buying an Enterprise Certified car provides peace of mind knowing that your vehicle was thoroughly inspected and ready for worry-free ownership.

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Used vehicles were previously part of the Enterprise rental fleet and/or an affiliated company’s lease fleet or purchased by Enterprise from sources including auto auctions, customer trade-ins or from other sources, with a possible previous use including rental, lease, transportation network company or other use.

Certified used cars



Certified used cars

Certified used cars

Learn about the rigorous inspection every car, truck, SUV and van must pass before being reconditioned and offered as an Enterprise Certified vehicle.
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