This may depend on dealership, but most CPO Fords I've seen, extend B2B by another 12 months and 12k miles (48 and 48 total) in addition to 7 year/100k mile drive-train so this could benefit some 16's and a lot of the 17's. Still not a deal breaker IMO, but it is some reassurance. I worked in new car sales a Ford dealership for a few months prior to moving to the service department and personally, I wouldn't buy a car strictly because it is CPO'd, but if you are looking at one that isn't certified versus one that is, the CPO car is likely a better car.That said, there are loopholes with CPO cars. Sure it looks sexy & gets buyers attention, but is it bumper to bumper? Nope, it’s not.