Of all products, cars might be one of the final things that customers aren't buying through the internet. A company out of Arizona that only sells used cars online will now allow consumers in Pennsylvania to start buying.
Carvana has launched operations this week in the Harrisburg, Lancaster, Allentown, York and Hanover areas. Delivery is free, and cars are delivered as soon as the next day, the company said.
More than 10,000 vehicles are available on Carvana.com, and customers can finance, purchase and schedule delivery in a short amount of time from their computer or mobile phone, the company said. The company will also accept trade-ins.
The website lists features, updated information about open safety recalls and other information on the car's vehicle description page. All vehicles have undergone a 150-point inspection, have no frame damage and have never been in a reported accident, according to the company. Carvana also has a seven-day return policy which the company points out is better than a 10-minute test drive.
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