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Used car e-tailer rolls into Grand Rapids
A publicly traded e-commerce platform for used cars has opened up to Grand Rapids residents.
Phoenix-based Carvana (NYSE: CVNA) said today it is now offering online used car shopping, as well as “soon-as-next-day delivery” for buyers in Grand Rapids.
The online platform allows shoppers to browse 10,000 vehicles, finance, purchase and sell their current vehicles.
“Consumers in the Midwest are responding favorably to the new way to buy a car,” said Ernie Garcia, founder and CEO, Carvana.
Carvana also said today it expanded into Lansing, Flint and Fort Wayne, Indiana.
All Carvana vehicles undergo a “rigorous” 150-point inspection, have no frame damage and have never been in a reported accident, according to Carvana.
Features, imperfections and updated information about open safety recalls are listed on the car's vehicle description page.
Carvana, founded in 2012, branched out into the Michigan market by launching in Detroit in 2017, and with the four new additions, now serves 75 markets in the U.S.