CarSense now open

The CarSense used car dealership in Concord Township is officially open for business. While the dealership on Route 1 — the former site of the Turf Club — had a soft opening in August, the grand opening was Saturday, Sept. 7.

CarSense is now open on Route 1 — where the old Turf Club used to be — in Concord Township.

Eric Rilee, the vice president of Marketing and Digital Operations for CarSense, said the Concord site has 300 vehicles on its lot and can hold up to 350. However, with five other facilities in Pennsylvania — three in the Philadelphia area and two in Pittsburgh — up to 2,000 vehicles are available.

He said CarSense offers no-haggle pricing and none of the salespeople work on commission.

“Their job is to find you the right car,” he said.

Rilee added that all cars are reconditioned and sold with a six-month, 6,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty on top of any factory warranty that might still apply.

“There are no dings, dents or scratches. They feel like new cars,” Rilee said.

The Concord location’s service can handle 15 cars at a time and they repair all vehicles, not just the ones they sell, according to Rilee. The dealership also works with 30 different lenders so customers can get the best deal on financing, he added.

The dealership is open Monday through Saturday. For more information, go to or phone 610-808-6200.

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