Car Pros Automotive Group’s new state-of-the-art facility in Washington boasts significant investment in EV charging and repair infrastructure
Renton, Wash.—Car Pros Automotive Group announced on Tuesday the grand re-opening of its Car Pros Hyundai Renton, Wash., in a new, state-of-the-art facility. To mark the occasion, a celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony were held on June 28 with local community dignitaries, and representatives from Hyundai Motor America and the auto industry in attendance.
The five-million-dollar renovation of the 22,000-square-foot dealership features Hyundai’s a“shaped sky” design which wraps around the building and into the showroom reception area, as well as significant investments in its EV charging and repair infrastructure, including two new high-speed level 3 EV chargers. The dealership also features a gourmet coffee station, Wi-Fi equipped customer workstations and a large lounge.
“We are so excited to be in our brand-new home in Renton. The very first Car Pros new car dealership specialized in Hyundai back in 1999, so you could say that Hyundai is in our DNA, as is our commitment to offer the best customer service to the Renton and greater Seattle community in a beautiful, ultramodern dealership,” said Matthew Phillips, CEO of Car Pros Automotive Group. “Thank you to all of our customers, to Hyundai, and to our incredible Car Pros Renton team for all your support as we continue our mission to offer an unsurpassed car buying experience for every customer.”
The grand re-opening celebration of Car Pros Hyundai Renton included VIP guests and speakers including: Armondo Pavone, Mayor City of Renton; Valerie O’Halloran, President City of Renton Council; Vicki Giles Fabre, Executive Vice President Washington State Auto Dealers Association; Michael Orange, Regional General Manager, Western Region Hyundai Motor America; Shirley Jones, CFO Car Pros Automotive Group, and Phillips.
Ken Phillips founded Car Pros in 1993 as a small used car lot. Together, the Phillips family built it from two employees into an automotive group with over 500 employees and seven stores in Western Washington and Southern California, selling over 2,000 cars per month with annual sales of $1 billion.