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I've wondered about why dealers make some cars CPO and not others - I suspect that most of the time, it is an economic decision based on the market, and the condition of the car. If the car already has decent tires and brakes left (2 items they might have to replace to bring it up to CPO spec), and still has a fair amount of time/miles on the original warranty, then they may choose to sell it without the CPO (and the added $2-3K on the sticker). I'm pretty sure they would still sell you some sort of extended warranty, if you wanted it (though maybe not the CPO warranty).
 
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