Fast growing automotive portal Carvana.com has launched its services in Indianapolis. Local users will now be able to buy and sell used cars online.
Since launching in Atlanta in late 2013, the company has been rapidly adding metro markets across the United States. Indianapolis marks Carvana’s 20th market and the 11th to open this year.
“We’re growing very, very quickly,” Ernie Garcia, Carvana’s CEO and one of the company’s three cofounders told Indianapolis Business Journal.
Carvana has an inventory of about 7,000 cars in various spots around the country. Customers can browse the selection and purchase vehicles online at the company’s website, www.carvana.com.
The vehicles are then delivered to the customer’s home. Upon delivery, the purchaser has seven days in which to return the vehicle for a full refund. Vehicles also come with a 100-day/4,189-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.
The offering that we have is pretty unique in the marketplace,” Garcia said.