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Used Cars Trevose: What does the Certified Pre Owned Sticker mean?

Reputable car purchasing websites recommend buying either a manufacturer-certified vehicle or a dealer-certified one. Vehicles that have been certified by the manufacturer go through rigorous testing, and in many cases, offer similar benefits as those given to new car customers (e.g. roadside assistance, loaner vehicles). You should carefully check what the certification means and what the warranty covers. Certified used cars include only vehicles that are under 5 years and have a mileage of under 100,000. This new option for used cars is one of the reasons that has persuaded new car buyers to enter the used car realm. It is true that certified vehicles are more expensive than conventional used cars, but for many, well worth it.

Before a certified pre owned vehicle (CPO) ever hits the lot, it must undergo a multi point inspection, and if anything is wrong, it must be fixed. Still negotiate the price of the vehicle. Find out where you must bring the car for warranty work. Note whether the certification is transferable if you sell the car and, if so, whether there's a transfer fee. Most programs offer an extended warranty beyond the CPO warranty, but each program differs in cost and features. Certified used cars are part of the used car future, they give consumers an affordable option for warranties and financing, but most importantly, a peace of mind that is unique throughout the used car buying process.

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Trevose is a neighborhood of Bensalem and Lower Southampton in Pennsylvania. It is north of and borders northeastern Philadelphia. It shares a zip code with Feasterville, PA. U.S. 1 runs through the town as well as the Pennsylvania Turnpike, but Trevose's main road is Brownsville Road. Bucks County was one of the three original counties in Pennsylvania. It was named by William Penn in 1682 after Buckinghamshire, England, the county where he lived and from which his family originated. Bucks is the abbreviation for Buckinghamshire, and both names are used interchangeably in England. Penn's home, Pennsbury Manor, is located within Bucks County.

Bucks County was originally much larger than it is today. Northampton County was formed in 1752 from part of Bucks County, and Lehigh County was formed in 1812 from part of Northampton County. Many artists and writers based in New York City have called Bucks County home, settling mainly in the small stretch between Doylestown, Pennsylvania and New Hope and along the Delaware River. Notable residents have included Margaret Mead, Pearl S. Buck, Oscar Hammerstein, II, Stephen Sondheim, Moss Hart, James Michener, Dorothy Parker, S. J. Perelman, Stan and Jan Berenstain, Bob Dylan, Annie Haslam, and Jean Toomer. Bucks County is the home of writer/musician James McBride, academy-award winning, film composer, Joseph Renzetti ; musician Gene Ween of Ween, painter Christopher Wajda ; photographer Michael Barone (photographer) and was also home to furniture designer George Nakashima. James Gould Cozzens lived in Lambertville, New Jersey, just across the river from Bucks County, and used Doylestown as the model for the setting of two novels. He is considered a Bucks County artist.

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