Carvana has grown its Oklahoma market presence with its latest market launch in the growing city of Tulsa.
“Tulsa has a metro population approaching 1 million people, yet maintains a warm and welcoming local culture,” Carvana founder and chief executive officer Ernie Garcia said in a news release.
The online used-vehicle retailer announced Wednesday that it has grown its Oklahoma market presence almost a year after its June 2017 launch in Oklahoma City — its first market launch in the state and 30th nationwide.
Tulsa residents can now join Oklahoma City customers, and shop more than 10,000 vehicles and schedule as-soon-as-next-day delivery on Carvana.com.
“We’re looking forward to expanding our Oklahoma presence into Tulsa and showing area residents the new way to buy a car, whether you’re a life-long resident or a newcomer, like us,” Garcia added.
Carvana’s nationwide footprint now covers over 75 U.S. cities.