Originally Posted by cultr3
Well, when buying a cheaper second-hand car, shouldn't expect a trouble-free experience, it's nice if it happens, but it shouldn't be expected, likely the previous owner ran it hard and didn't take care of the car, but it's his call as he paid for the depreciation hit. The dealer is fixing it for you so it's not like there's no hope.
I understand the risk of buying a second hand car. But when it's CPO I do expect a certain level of quality. That's why I chose to pay the CPO price.
But, like you guys mentioned, the bright side is that it's under warranty.