With the launch of CarSense Glen Mills in Pennsylvania, Penske Automotive Group welcomed a sixth used-vehicle supercenter in the U.S. and its 15th overall.
Penske’s six CarSense stores are all in New Jersey or Pennsylvania. Penske also has nine used-vehicle supercenters in the United Kingdom.
“We are delighted to open the new CarSense location in Glen Mills, Pa., delivering on our growth plan,” company chair and chief executive officer Roger Penske said in a news release.
“The Glen Mills area represents strong demographics which will help us scale the new location quickly while providing the opportunity to grow units in operation and services revenue and gross profit,” Penske said.
In the first half of the year, Penske’s used supercenters retailed 35,815 vehicles, versus 37,505 retail sales a year earlier. Revenue for the supercenters was at $626.5 million in the first half of 2019, compared to $677.8 million a year ago.