Charlotte, North Carolina – a medium-sized and quickly growing city – is being as a market for upcoming online and digital consumer-facing startup companies. That’s why Carvana has focused in on Charlotte.
Carvana launched in the Charlotte market in 2014, delivering used cars ordered online straight to people’s driveways.
But since opening its high-profile “car vending machine” tower on South Boulevard earlier this summer, sales have more than doubled.
Carvana is now selling an average of 20 cars per day to the greater Charlotte region, company representatives told the Agenda.
The premise is that people don’t like working with car dealerships and suffering through high-pressure sales tactics. Carvana’s main selling point is that you can buy a car and retrieve it without having to deal with any people.
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