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Big-volume used car dealer CarSense to open in Cranberry

| Monday, Feb. 6, 2012

A used car business that says it's the largest-volume operation in the Philadelphia area is moving west, with plans to open a Cranberry location in mid-February.

CarSense advertises like-new, low-mileage cars with no-haggle pricing, and said today in its announcement that it will have more used cars on its Route 19 lot than "just about any car dealer in the area."

Customers will be able to return a car with no questions asked within five days of purchase. CarSense was founded in 1996 in Uwchland, near Philadelphia, and also has locations in Hatfield and in Mt. Holly, N.J.

"We're a Pennsylvania company, so we wanted to stay in state for our next phase of expansion," said Gene Niconovich, CarSense's CEO.

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