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Don't Buy Blind – Get The Carfax!

Trusting the unknown can be the scariest part of buying a pre-owned vehicle. Where has the car been before? Has it been involved in any accidents? Could there be underlying car imperfections that will surface after you buy? All of these are questions that can be answered simply and within the first few minutes of finding a vehicle you love on the lot. That is, if you have a Carfax report.

Every certified pre-owned vehicle in our inventory has a Carfax report. Within every Carfax report you will find the following details.
  • Title information and previous ownership
  • Flood damage history
  • Total loss accident history
  • Odometer reading
  • Accident indicators, such as airbag deployments
  • State emissions and inspection results
  • Lemon history
  • Service records

Get Your Carfax Snapshot Before You Visit

Not only do we offer detailed Carfax reports on our vehicles, you can check our inventory listing to view a Carfax snapshot before you ever step foot on the lot. This information will include: accidents, number of owners, odometer reading and service history records. Once you find a vehicle that fits your needs, you can print the full report for free.

Buying a new-to-you vehicle shouldn’t feel like taking a risk, it should be an enjoyable experience. A Carfax report helps us create that experience by building trust and offering peace of mind. At Collierville Auto Center, your happiness matters to us!

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