Penske expands used truck center footprint

Penske expands used truck center footprint

In response to continued industry demand for used vehicles, Penske has increased the footprint of its network of used truck centers with four recently opened locations in Kansas City, Missouri, Chicago, Miami, and Tampa, Fla. 

“While the majority of our used vehicle sales continue to take place online, our physical used truck centers also remain an effective channel and touchpoint with business customers,” said Jack Mitchell, senior vice president of Vehicle Remarketing at Penske. 

Penske Used Truck Centers are newly opened in: 

  • Kansas City, Missouri: Address is 3940 NE Great Midwest Drive; Call: 816-927-3904 
  • Chicago (Melrose Park), Illinois: Address is 2050 Mannheim Road; Call: 708-391-2103
  • Tampa, Florida: Address is 5302 N 56th Street; Call: 813-261-4717 
  • Miami, Florida: Address is 13000 NW South River Drive; Call: 786-792-3127 

Penske Used Trucks, a business unit of Penske Truck Leasing, is a leading seller of high-quality late-model used commercial trucks to retail, wholesale, used truck dealers, and corporate truck fleet buyers. Penske sells used sleeper and day cab semi-tractors, straight trucks, flatbeds, refrigerated vans, semi-trailers, box trucks, cargo vans, and more. 

Penske sells the top brands of light-duty, medium-duty and heavy-duty commercial vehicles including Ford, GMC, Hino, Isuzu, Freightliner, International, Volvo, and other leading brands.

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