Ryder offers three new classes of pre-owned commercial vehicles

Ryder System announced that it is making it easier for customers to find a pre-owned commercial vehicle to meet their needs and fit their budget.  With the three new pre-owned vehicle categories – Ryder Certified, Ryder Verified, and Ryder Reclassified – customers can now choose from a range of over 5,000 commercial vehicles—from the highest-quality vehicle to even “As-is” options.

Ryder Certified allows customer to choose from the highest-quality pre-owned vehicles that have been maintained solely by Ryder. According to the company, the benefits of this class of pre-owned vehicles include:

  • 30-day limited powertrain warranty
  • Only one prior owner, Ryder
  • Full maintenance history
  • Rigorous 140-point inspection
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) compliant
  • Extended warranty options
  • Flexible financing

Ryder Verified enables customers to build their fleet with a road-ready, fully DOT compliant vehicle at a cost that works for them, according to Ryder. The company added that the benefits of a Ryder Verified pre-owned vehicle include:

  • Thoroughly inspected
  • DOT compliant
  • Extended warranty options
  • Flexible financing

Ryder Reclassified offers “As-is,” damaged, and scrap vehicles for customers interested in a fixer-upper option where customers have the flexibility to modify the Ryder Reclassified vehicle to fit their specific business needs, or utilize the parts.

“Ryder is committed to offering the greatest selection of pre-owned commercial vehicles for sale at prices that make sense for our customers,” said Eugene Tangney, vice president and global product manager for asset management.  “By categorizing our large inventory into three classes of value, customers can now clearly identify a vehicle that will serve their needs as well as meet their budgetary concerns.”

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