Carvana founder and chief executive officer Ernie Garcia said in a Thursday news release that the company had a “huge week in California.”
On the previous Tuesday, the company announced its launch in three new California markets: Stockton, Modest and Vallejo.
Two days later, on Thursday the 4th, Carvana said it launched in three additional California markets, offering as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery to residents in the Salinas, Santa Cruz and Visalia areas.
“We’re eager to grow here in the Golden State and look forward to bringing the new way to buy a car to Salinas, Santa Cruz and Visalia-area residents,” Garcia said.
With Thursday’s California launches, the online car buying and financing platform now offers its services in 13 markets in the state and 115 markets across the United States.