CPO or No? Electrical Problems?

Discussion in 'Electrical & Electronics (Interior)' started by khaneshwar, Jan 24, 2019.

  1. khaneshwar

    khaneshwar New Member

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    I'm looking at two 2015 RX 350s with roughly the same trim and packages. Both are about $30k. One is Certified Pre-owned and has 32k miles and the Preferred Accessories package. The other one is not Certified Pre-owned and has 22K miles. Per Carfax, both have had the electrical system checked and, on a separate visit, had the battery/charging system checked.

    Should I be worried about electrical problems with these cars?

    How important is the CPO (with a little over three years left)?



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    Zuffen Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I'd get the CPO.

    10,000 miles is nothing on a car that isn't run in until 50,000 miles.
     

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