It’s already been quite a 2020 for Carvana expansion.
The used vehicle e-commerce platform has already made at least 10 expansion announcements since the beginning of the year, with rollouts in states such as Wyoming, Wisconsin and Minnesota. On Jan. 30 and 31, the company brought its services to three markets in Central Valley and Northern California.
On Wednesday and Friday, the announcements continued as Carvana launched in Pueblo, Colo., and St. George, Utah.
With the Colorado and Utah moves, Carvana now offers as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery in 161 U.S. markets.
Regarding the Pueblo announcement on Wednesday, Carvana founder and chief executive officer Ernie Garcia noted that the company first launched in Colorado two years ago.
“In that short time, we’ve found customers have embraced the ease and convenience we offer car buyers,” Garcia said in a news release.
He continued, “We anticipate Pueblo area residents will agree, and we look forward to being a part of their community.”
Discussing the St. George move, Garcia mentioned the company’s rapid expansion across the West, “offering our easy, transparent, customer-centric approach to car buying to more and more customers.”
He added, “We look forward to now also bringing St. George The New Way to Buy a Car.”