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Used Cars in Lionville: Two Good Reasons to Buy Used

Steep decline in depreciation

A car's value in just the first year of the car's life depreciates rapidly — from 20 to 45 percent. Depreciation is a big key to used-car savings. A three-year-old vehicle has already taken its biggest hit in resale value. All in all, this means lower prices for used cars, which in turn mean lower finance charges and sales tax. Several factors determine depreciation, including the model's popularity, quality, supply, and whether or not the vehicle is of the current design. When a car model is totally revamped, especially if the name is changed, the older version usually drops in value more quickly. Those used cars are generally good buys.

Reliability on the rise

Used cars have automatically become more appealing, because of their improved reliability. As a result, buying a late-model used vehicle is not as much of a risk as it used to be, and this has helped the sector grow the way it has been. When properly maintained, today's vehicles should go well past 100,000 miles, and many could reach 200,000 miles without a major breakdown.

Finding Lionville Used Cars

Lionville-Marchwood is a census-designated place (CDP) in Uwchlan Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 6,298 at the 2000 census. Lionville is bisected by two major local highways, PA 100 and PA 113. The area contains residential neighborhoods, hotels, restaurants, and other businesses. While the official name is Lionville-Marchwood, the two names have different colloquial meanings. Marchwood typically refers only to the development south of the 100-113 intersection, while Lionville refers to the entire general area, and the vicinity of the 100-113 intersection in particular. Because much of the area falls under the Exton zip code, many Lionville-Marchwood businesses use the Exton name instead, especially if they do not have other locations in the area. Lionville-Marchwood is located in the the Downingtown Area School District and is home to three schools: Lionville Elementary, Lionville Middle, and Downingtown East High School.

Uwchlan Township is crossed by two Pennsylvania state highways, Route 100 and Route 113. Route 100 runs from the southeast near Exton in West Whiteland Township to the northwest, near Eagle in Upper Uwchlan Township. Route 100 is a four-lane divided highway from West Whiteland Township to Route 113, where it becomes a six-lane divided highway to Upper Uwchlan Township. Route 113 runs from the southwest, near Downingtown, East Caln Township and an interchange with US 30 to the northeast, near Chester Springs in West Pikeland Township. The two roads cross in the village of Lionville. Route 113 is a two-lane highway from East Caln Township to Peck Road, at which point it becomes a four-lane highway all the way to West Pikeland Township. The northern part of the township is crossed by Interstate 76 (Pennsylvania Turnpike) and is home to Exit 312 of the Turnpike, an interchange with Route 100.

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