Carvana has opened up its 10th vending machine in Washington, D.C.

Carvana has opened up its 10th vending machine in Washington, D.C. 

Courtesy of Carvana. 

Carvana has opened up a new car vending machine in Washington, D.C., making this the third vending machine the company has opened this year, and the 10th overall, according to a company announcement.

The coin-operated vending machine is eight stories tall and holds up to 30 vehicles.

Other cities that Carvana operates vending machines in include: Houston; Austin, Texas; San Antonio; Dallas; Nashville, Tenn.; Raleigh, N.C.; Charlotte, N.C.; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Tampa, Fla.

Carvana first began operating in Washington, D.C. in 2016, when it began offering next-day delivery to the residents of the city. Since then the company has expanded into various other cities, and has grown its inventory to more than 10,000 used vehicles.

Related: Carvana Gains Access to Manheim's Digital Markets

About the author
Staff Writer

Staff Writer


Our team of enterprising editors brings years of experience covering the fleet industry. We offer a deep understanding of trends and the ever-evolving landscapes we cover in fleet, trucking, and transportation.  

View Bio