Auto retailer Sonic Automotive, Inc. on Tuesday (Aug. 17) opened an EchoPark Automotive outpost in Las Vegas, continuing the expansion of the brand across the U.S. EchoPark customers can shop in person or pick up their cars at the new Las Vegas area location after shopping online. The used car dealership has more than 10,000 one- to four-year-old vehicles listed for sale.
“EchoPark Las Vegas is an important part of our growing omnichannel solution for consumers, and offers guests who visit in-store or shop online at EchoPark.com an entirely new way to buy cars,” said David Smith, CEO of Sonic Automotive and EchoPark Automotive, in the company announcement. “Our rapidly growing distribution network brings an exciting, seamless guest experience to another key market.”
EchoPark, which opened in 2014, expects to have 90 percent population coverage across the U.S. by 2025 and has a target of two million vehicles sold