Car buyers who are interested in purchasing a used vehicle from any of Carvana's vending machines follow the same steps as a typical Carvana online purchase.
 - Photo courtesy of Carvana. 

Car buyers who are interested in purchasing a used vehicle from any of Carvana's vending machines follow the same steps as a typical Carvana online purchase.

Photo courtesy of Carvana. 

Carvana has opened its 18th car vending machine in Kansas City, the company announced.

The company has also launched next-day vehicle delivery to Topeka, Kansas area residents.

The Kansas City vending machine marks the first vending machine in Missouri. The other 17 vending machines are located in cities across Tennessee, Texas, Florida, North Carolina, Maryland, Arizona, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois.

Car buyers who are interested in purchasing a used vehicle from any of Carvana's vending machines follow the same steps as a typical Carvana online purchase.

The first step is searching through Carvana's inventory of more than 15,000 used vehicles. Once a vehicle is selected and financing, trade-in, and final purchase is made, the buyer has the option to have the car shipped or pick the car up at a vending machine.

If pick up at a vending machine is chosen, the buyer receives an oversized commemorative coin to activate the vending process.  

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