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Carvana expands next-day delivery in Tennessee

BY Dan Berthiaume

More drivers in the Volunteer State now have a digital alternative to physical car dealerships.

Carvana, an omnichannel platform for buying and selling used cars, is offering soon-as-next day vehicle delivery in the Clarksville, Johnson City, and Kingsport markets in Tennessee. The retailer has operated in Nashville, Tennessee since 2014, when it opened its very first “car vending machine” there. These automated facilities are designed to offer customers a convenient pickup option for online purchases.

While Carvana’s newest Tennessee customers do not have access to a vending machine, in as little as 10 minutes, they can shop more than 15,000 vehicles on the site, finance, purchase, trade-in, and schedule as-soon-as-next-day delivery of that vehicle. All vehicles come with a seven-day return policy.

In addition, Carvana offers a two-minute real online offer for customers who want to sell their car to the retailer. Vehicle owners can enter their car’s license plate, VIN number, and state online, and receive an official offer which is guaranteed for seven days or 1,000 additional miles. If an offer is accepted, Carvana will pick the car up as soon as the next day and pay by check on the spot, after inspecting the vehicle. Customers can also enter a vehicle’s year, make, model, and trim to receive an online estimate.

“Tennessee has welcomed our easy, transparent online car buying experience since 2014, and we proudly launched the world’s first fully automated, coin-operated car vending machine in Nashville in 2015,” said Ernie Garcia, founder and CEO of Carvana. “We want to bring the new way to buy a car to as many people as possible and expanding as-soon-as-next-day delivery to Clarksville, Johnson City and Kingsport gets us closer to that goal in a state we have called home for nearly five years.”

Carvana now offers as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery in 141 markets across the U.S.

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