Why wouldnt a 2016 Yukon Denali with less than 16,000 miles not be certified? Is that a warning sign?
It most likely didn't go through the recertification process, and it is not a sign of anything, make sure you have your own shop do a through check before purchasing it, and tell the dealer you would like a carfax on the vehicle.
With it being a 2016, it already has a warranty for a few years yet. Usually certified cars are 3 years old and certified to add another 2 years to the manufacturer's warranty.
Certified means an extended warranty and the cost is added onto the car price.
Certified means an extended warranty and the cost is added onto the car price. https://www.thrillist.com/cars/nation/certified-pre- owned-cars-are-bad-deals-you-should-never-buy
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