Carvana Makes its Way to Augusta
Wednesday, June 7th, 2017
Four years after selling its first car in the Peach State, Carvana is growing its presence where it all began, launching free, as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery to residents in the Augusta and Macon areas.
Carvana, a leading eCommerce platform for buying used cars, launched in Atlanta in 2013, delivering customers a new way to buy a car. By visiting Carvana.com, customers can search 7,300+ vehicles, finance, purchase and trade-in a car, all online, in as little as 10 minutes – frustrating, stressful Saturdays at the dealership are now a thing of the past. With Carvana’s advanced, proprietary technology, customers are in control of their car-buying experience.
Once customers have completed the online purchase process, they can schedule home delivery of their vehicle as soon as the next day. Customers who want to see where it all began in Atlanta can also choose to pick up their vehicle from Carvana’s Atlanta fulfillment location. Through Carvana’s seven-day test-own policy, customers are given the time, convenience and peace of mind to ensure that their vehicle fits their life.
Carvana believes that transparency within all parts of the experience is paramount, so every vehicle in its inventory has undergone a rigorous, 150-point inspection, have no reported accidents, and have no evidence of frame damage. Additionally, customers can view all features, imperfections and updated information about any open safety recalls on the car’s vehicle description page.
“Georgia was the very first state we sold our very first car in, so our expansion into Macon and Augusta is really meaningful to us,” said Ernie Garcia, founder and CEO of Carvana. "We’re grateful to be able to expand our offerings where it all began, giving even more Georgia residents free, as-soon-as-next-day delivery.”
To date, Carvana has delivered cars to customers in 48 states. With this launch, Carvana now offers free, as-soon-as next-day delivery to residents in 29 markets: Atlanta, Austin, Birmingham, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbia (S.C.), Columbus, Dallas, Greenville (S.C.), Hampton Roads (Va.), Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Memphis, Miami, Nashville, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Raleigh, Richmond, San Antonio, St. Louis, Tampa, Washington D.C., and now Augusta and Macon, Ga.