Tennessee has been a location for Carvana’s online used car buying services since 2014 and launched what Carvana describes as the world’s first fully automated, coin-operated car vending machine in Nashville in 2015.
On Tuesday, Carvana continued its Tennessee history, bringing its services to customers in the Clarksville, Johnson City and Kingsport areas. With the Tennessee news, Carvana now offers as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery in 141 U.S. markets.
“We want to bring ‘the new way to buy a car’ to as many people as possible, and expanding as-soon-as-next-day delivery to Clarksville, Johnson City and Kingsport gets us closer to that goal in a state we have called home for nearly five years,” Carvana founder and chief executive officer Ernie Garcia said in a news release.
The Tennessee move continues Carvana’s recent busy schedule of activity, including the opening of a North Carolina inspection and reconditioning facility along with the unveiling of a car vending machine in the Los Angeles area and the launch of as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery to residents of Oxnard, Calif.