Courtesy of Carvana.
Online used car retailer Carvana has expanded its next-day shipping to Albuquerque, N.M., the company announced.
People within 100 miles of the Albuquerque metro area will now be able to browse Carvana’s catalogue of over 7,000 used cars, and when they’re ready to purchase, they’ll have the option to have the vehicle delivered to them by the end of the following day.
“As the largest metro area in the state, Albuquerque gives us a great population to work with, and a beautiful city to launch our New Mexico presence in,” said Ernie Garcia, founder and CEO of Carvana. “We’re looking forward to being part of the community and showing them the new way to buy a car.”
This announcement marks the 38th market that Carvana has expanded its next-day delivery service to. Earlier this month, the company opened its newest car vending machine in Jacksonville, Fla.
Apart from offering next-day delivery for its vehicles, Carvana also offers buyers the option to fly to one of its seven car vending machines in order to pick up their vehicles. Buyers who opt for this option are given a $200 airfare stipend by the company.