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Reagor-Dykes Auto Group called 'used car powerhouse' by Automotive News

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Reagor-Dykes Auto Group is being called "a used car powerhouse" as they hit No. 70 on the Automotive News list of the Top 100 dealership groups in the country for used cars.

The report mentions data compiled by the Automotive News Data Center that show that Reagor-Dykes derives a whopping 57 percent of its total revenue from retail used-vehicle sales.

"All of our franchise stores are off the charts in sales efficiency. Our numbers look like we're in premium markets," Bart Reagor told Automotive News.

"We don't place our value in bricks and mortar," Reagor says. "We place our value in people."

You can read the complete article at the link below:

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS: The rise of a used-car powerhouse

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