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If you’re thinking about a vending machine right now, you’re on the right track…

Carvana was founded in 2012 and is a leading online auto retailer that has recently launched a Car Vending Machine in Las Vegas. Naturally, this has captured the curiosity of many…

Ready to hit the car slots?

 

Carvana is already known as a new and easy way to buy cars. Customers can shop over 20,000 used cars, finance, trade-in, and schedule next-day pickup or local delivery all from the convenience of their own home.

And Las Vegas wouldn’t be what it is if it didn’t offer some sort of crazy spin to their already exceptional car-buying process.…

After purchasing their used car online, buyers can pick up their vehicle in an 11-story glass building that holds about 39 cars at the Car Vending Machine.  

When they arrive, they will be met with a Customer Advocate who will hand them an oversized Carvana “coin” which the buyer will insert like a slot machine. This will then trigger the automated vending process (hopefully it doesn’t get stuck like a bag of chips).

The customers can watch as their car descends from the glass tower. That sounds more exciting than just being given a set of keys, doesn’t it?

Changing the car-buying process

 

Ernie Garcia, Carvana founder, and CEO stated, “We are ready to raise the stakes in Vegas with our iconic Car Vending Machine, giving customers a slot machine like they’ve never seen before.”  

The new Car Vending Machine is the first of its kind in Nevada and the 28th in the U.S. Many people are saving time and money by skipping the dealership and instead are buying cars online.

As for test driving, Carvana offers a 7-day return policy so drivers can immerse themselves in the car and see if it fits their lifestyle.

One of the most popular features about Carvana is that it doesn’t have hidden fees like “documentation” which can be added at the very last second at a normal dealership.

Also, they show full transparency by providing a full report of imperfections, safety recalls, and more important information for all vehicles.

So, would you use Carvana to purchase your next used car? Do you think they’re a big competitor to traditional dealerships?

Let us know what you think down below!

 

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