I agree. The condition of the brakes and tires must be up to a certain standard in order for the car to "pass" the CPO inspection. If your dealer knows what he's doing, all of this will be evident. After I took delivery of my Aero, I drive it directly to my local dealer for a set of steel wheels/snow tires.
While the car was in the shop, I asked the techs to go over it for anything that was out of whack, since the selling dealer didn't exactly inspire my confidence. (they replaced a couple of interior bulbs, didn't find anything else...)The CPO warranty is in force at any Saab dealer, so that was the last I saw of the selling dealer - who went under a year or so later anyhow.
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