Carvana has entered four new markets in Pennsylvania and now has a presence in six Keystone State cities, the used-car retailer announced Wednesday.
This follows news from just last month that Carvana has also grown its Ohio footprint with the recent addition of four new markets and the state’s first car vending machine.
In Pennsylvania, the company now offers free, as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery to customers in the cities of Harrisburg, Lancaster, Allentown, York-Hanover, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.
“Since launching our free, as-soon-as-next-day delivery in Pittsburgh in 2016, we’ve continued to explore ways to grow our presence in the state,” Carvana founder and chief executive officer Ernie Garcia said in a news release. “Harrisburg, Lancaster, Allentown and York-Hanover are cities that are important to that growth, and we’re eager to show them the new way to buy a car.”
Following Carvana’s expansion in October 2016 to begin serving Pittsburgh area customers, the company more recently followed up almost a year later with another Pennsylvania launch in The City of Brotherly Love in March 2017.
Consumers residing in the six Pennsylvania markets can shop Carvana’s more than 10,000 vehicles and schedule free vehicle delivery, all online.
Carvana's 13th car vending machine located in Warrensville Heights, Ohio. Photo courtesy of company.
With the addition of its four new Pennsylvania markets, the company said that it now has a presence in over 70 cities across the county.