Automotive industry pioneer and first 100 percent online car buying company Carvana, announces it is expanding its service area to Athens, Georgia. By leveraging local brand relationships, physical infrastructure and technological advancements, Carvana will bring its diverse inventory to new consumers in the peach state.
“Our first 180 days in the Atlanta market have been a huge success,” says Carvana President, Ernie Garcia. “Thanks to our dedicated customer advocates and our ongoing investment to improve the customer experience, we have been able to scale our inventory to more than 200 cars and provide the Atlanta metro area with a stress-free alternative way to buy cars. We are excited to bring our services to Athens and surrounding areas and look forward to further expansion in the coming months.”
Carvana stocks more than 200 cars in inventory including mid-range to luxury sedans, trucks, SUVs and convertibles. All Carvana cars come with a 7-day test buy return policy, an Experian AutoCheck Vehicle History Report and a 100-day or 4,189 mile bumper-to-bumper Carvana Certified warranty. With customer ease, savings and transaction simplicity at the foundation of Carvana’s business model, the company seeks to leverage technology to bring a quick and reliable car buying experience to consumers’ fingertips.
“Whether it’s with our patent pending 360 degree imaging technology or our customizable pricing model, our goal is to shake up the car buying industry and offer customers an alternative from traditional brick and mortar dealerships,” continues Garcia.
An industry pioneer, Carvana is the first complete online auto retailer from search to finance to delivery. Through its relationship with DriveTime, Carvana is backed by more than $1 billion in revenue and more than 20 years experience in the secondary car market. Based in Phoenix, Ariz. and operating out of Winder, Ga., Carvana services the state of Georgia and plans to expand to cities throughout the southeast by the end of 2013.