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Provo is a city in and the county seat of Utah County, Utah. It is located about 45 miles south of Salt Lake City along the Wasatch Front. It lies between the cities of Orem to the north and Springville to the south. Provo was originally called Fort Utah when it was settled in 1849. It has grown to a population of 115,135 —making it the third-largest city in Utah, only about 3,000 people smaller than West Valley City. There are 29,192 households, and 19,938 families residing in the city, and the average household size was 3.34 and the average family size was 3.40. Provo is in the Utah Valley and has an elevation of 4,549 feet; there is a total area of 41.8 square miles, of which 5.14% of it is water. The Wasatch Range contains many peaks that are seen from Provo. One of these peaks, Y Mountain, towers over the city, and there is a large "Y" made of concrete half-way up the steep mountain (left over from a BYU sign). Interstate 15 runs along the west edge of Provo, connecting it with the rest of the Wasatch Front and much of Utah. US-89 runs northwest to southeast through the city, while US-189 connects US-89 with I-15, BYU, and Orem to the north. At the north edge of the city, US-189 heads northeast into Provo Canyon. Rail service provides service to Provo station. Provo has a wide range of businesses, and is home to many restaurants, and a few shopping centers. Within the past two years, a number of small shops, music venues, and boutiques have popped up in downtown, along Center Street and University Avenue. Provo is also home to Brigham Young University.

Information About Provo Used Cars: Certified Pre-Owned

Certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicles are more popular than ever. Anyone buying a used car is happy to take some of the risk out of it, and this is what a CPO does. CPO status does add an average $1,147 to the buying price of a used car. In return all CPO vehicles come with an extended warranty, lessening the buyer's fear of having to deal with problems. CPO cars are still cost much less expensive than new cars and they do not have the quick depreciation that new cars do. Manufacturer-approved CPO vehicles are usually two to six years old and have at least a 100-point inspection, sometimes more. You should always receive an inspection sheet with this used car, and it will list results for everything from wheel covers to the transfer case to engines. All vehicles put on the lot under this CPO name must have passed the inspection. If they don’t they are fixed before they are for sale. Certified pre-owned vehicles also generate more profit for dealers than other used cars. CPOs sell faster, and this increases the dealers level of success. Competition among CPO brands is a new and upcoming trend. In 2008, Volvo came in 1st, Jaguar tied with Cadillac for 2nd place, Saab was 4th and Lexus 5th. Competition should bring even better service. Dealers sell certified pre-owned vehicles from their own brand, but also sell vehicles that customers have traded in. CPOs do cost more than regular used cars, yet for many the value of ‘peace of mind’ is worth the extra expense.