Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM Car Dealer Near Newtown Square PA
All the best Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM models can be found at Springfield Chrysler Dodge Jeep. The friendly folks at Springfield Chrysler Dodge Jeep are happy to help the community of Newtown Square and would like to have the opportunity to earn your business.
For folks living in the Newtown Square area, we can help you find the right new or used vehicle to suit your needs right from our online site. Whether it's for a large or small family, or just for yourself, we're sure to have a vehicle on hand that can satisfy your needs.
Are you searching Pennsylvania for a used car? With our variety you won't need to shop anywhere else. Shopping for a used car that fits your needs and budget is a breeze thanks to our extensive variety of pre-owned vehicles.
Getting an excellent rate on a car loan near Newtown Square is easy courtesy of the folks at Springfield Chrysler Dodge Jeep. Our secure finance application form can help set you on the path to getting your car loan. When we receive your application, we'll look it over and one of our friendly staff will contact you as soon as possible.
Our expert mechanics have spent years working on Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM vehicles and will properly diagnose your car, truck, SUV or van's problem. Our friendly staff will assist you in acquiring even tough-to-find car parts and accessories. If you're interested in what our service can offer you then please make an appointment for your vehicle.
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About Newtown Square Pennsylvania
Newtown Township is a township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. Prior to 1789 it was part of Chester County. Including its history as part of Chester County, it is the oldest township in Delaware County. Newtown Square was the name used for the townstead with the majority of early settlers being Welshman. These Welsh "Friends" (Quakers) needed a road to facilitate their journey to meeting, the only established road at the time being Newtown Street Road, which ran north and south. As such, in 1687, an east-west road was laid out (Goshen Road) so the Friends could attend either Goshen or Haverford Meeting.