Carvana adds Louisville to growing footprint

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On Wednesday, Carvana expanded its growing footprint into Louisville, Ky., the company’s 31st market.

Louisville residents can now search through over 7,000 vehicles on and schedule next-day home delivery of their vehicle following a purchase.

“Our Louisville launch marks our presence in 31 markets in 15 states,” Carvana founder and chief executive officer Ernie Garcia said in a news release. “While Carvana is a new way to buy a car, we look forward to making it our ‘Old Kentucky Home’ and putting Louisville car buyers back in control of the purchase process.”

Louisville residents who wish to experience Carvana’s fully automated Car Vending Machine can also either choose to travel to Nashville to pick up their car or participate in the company's Fly and Drive program.

The program subsidizes $200 of airfare to any of the five cities with Carvana’s Car Vending Machines, such as Austin, Dallas, Houston, Nashville and San Antonio.

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