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Used Car in Reading Information: Finding the Right Dealership

Going to a dealership while looking for a used car has many benefits. In most cases the dealership will treat you with respect and honesty.  There are dealer reviews on various websites where actual customers offer honest reviews.   J.D. Power and Associates maintains Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) and Sales Satisfaction Index (SSI) studies that give an overview of customer satisfaction ranked by manufacturer. The SSI study measures the overall dealership experience, dealership facility, salesperson, paperwork & finance, and the delivery process on a 1 to 5 scale. When you visit a dealership, what is your first reaction? Good dealers take pride in their showroom and their facilities. So, what are the benefits of going to a dealer?  To start with there are better inventory options, many dealerships are interlinked, so if your local branch doesn't have the car you want in it's current inventory there's a good chance that another branch will.  Dealerships also offer financing.  If it is a pre owned vehicle you are buying, many dealers offer Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles; these are cars that get an extensive inspection, and have a warranty similar to a new car.  Dealerships also have trained and certified service technicians who know the specifics of your make and model. This makes the world of difference in being successful at getting the right car at the right price.

Find Used Cars in Reading, Pennsylvania

Overlooking the Reading on Mount Penn is Reading's symbol, a Japanese-style pagoda visible from everywhere in town and referred to locally as "the Pagoda." It remains a tourist attraction. The Blue Mountain Region SCCA hosts the longest hill climb in the PHA series, the Duryea Hill Climb, which follows the same route the automaker used to test his cars.

The city lent its name to the now-defunct Reading Railroad, which brought anthracite coal from the Pennsylvania Coal Region to cities along the Schuylkill River. It is also known as "Baseballtown," after the Reading Phillies trademarked this moniker to market Reading's rich baseball history. Legendary left-handed pitcher Ty Sofflet led Reading to several fast-pitch softball victories in the mid-1970s.

Among the athletes native to the Reading are Brooklyn Dodgers outfielder Carl Furillo, Baltimore Colts running back Lenny Moore, and Philadelphia 76ers forward Donyell Marshall.

On October 31, 2005, Penske Racing announced after the 2006 IRL season, they would consolidate IRL and NASCAR operations at the team's Mooresville North Carolina facility; with the flooding in Pennsylvania in 2006, the team's operations were moved to Mooresville earlier than expected. Penske Truck Leasing is still based in Reading.

The book and movie Rabbit, Run and others of the Rabbit series were set in fictionalized versions of Reading and nearby Shillington, called Brewer and Olinger respectively. Six institutions of higher education serve the Reading area. The city's cultural institutions include the Reading Symphony Orchestra and its education project the Reading Symphony Youth Orchestra, the Goggle Works Art Gallery, the Reading Public Museum and the Historical Society of Berks County.

Reading is the birth place of artist Keith Haring, graphic artist Jim Steranko, poet Wallace Stevens, Guitar Virtuoso Richie Kotzen, and country singer Taylor Swift. John Philip Sousa, the March King, died there in 1932.

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