172-Point Inspection and Reconditioning
Our detailed, 172-Point Vehicle Inspection and Reconditioning Process is one of the most comprehensive in the industry. Before any Chevy, Buick, or GMC used vehicle earns the title of Certified Pre-Owned, it must first meet all of our rigorous standards.
Our 172-Point Vehicle Inspection and Reconditioning Process is conducted only by highly trained technicians and adheres to strict, factory-set standards to ensure that every vehicle's engine, chassis, and body are in excellent condition. The technicians ensure that everything from the drivetrain to the windshield wipers is in good working order, or they recondition it to our exacting standards. The vehicles are road-tested, put up on a lift for a complete underbody and frame inspection, and then completely checked for any cosmetic flaws.
And we do check it all. From the engine block to the shocks, right down to the floor mats, no major system is overlooked. If it fails a single point, we completely recondition it—or it won't be Certified.
Vehicles are not eligible to be Certified Pre-Owned vehicles unless the dealer first performs any needed recall repairs. GM has instructed its dealers to check for recalls and perform any needed repairs before listing any vehicle as a Certified Pre-Owned vehicle. Because of timing issues, or because of dealer error, it is still possible that a vehicle listed on this website needs a recall repair. To check for yourself whether any vehicle on this website needs a recall repair which has not been performed, type in the Vehicle Identification Number at www.recalls.gm.com.
View the points of our inspection below.