Carvana constructs 13th car vending machine in Northeast Ohio to add 4 new markets

Carvana's 13th car vending machine located in Warrensville Heights, Ohio. Photo courtesy of company.

A Northeast Ohio city just outside of Cleveland, in Cuyahoga County, is now home to Carvana’s 13th car vending machine.

With the help of a new Warrensville Heights location and eight-story-tall car vending machine, Carvana has expanded its Ohio footprint to include four additional markets, the company announced Thursday.

“We have been proud to give many Ohio residents a new way to buy a car since 2016,” Carvana founder and chief executive officer Ernie Garcia said in a news release. “We’re honored to now debut our newest car vending machine in Cleveland, as well as expand our free, as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery to four more cities in the state, less than two years later.”

Back in 2016, Carvana’s first launched markets in the Buckeye State included Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati.

The used-car retailer’s 13th car vending machine joins 12 others in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Nashville, Tenn., Raleigh, N.C., Charlotte, Jacksonville, Fla., Tampa, Orlando, Washington, D.C. and Tempe, Ariz.

With the new car vending machine, Carvana said that it can now provide as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery to customers in Akron, Canton, Youngstown and Toledo markets.

Meanwhile, Cleveland-area residents who purchase a vehicle on can choose to visit the newest Carvana car vending machine if they’re interested in a unique vehicle pickup experience.

Caravana's newest car vending machine is located at 4070 Interchange Corporate Center Road in Warrensville Heights. The location is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. ET to 7 p.m. ET and vehicle pickup is free for all Carvana customers.

Customers who would like to pick up their car at the new location, but live outside of the Cleveland metro-area, can ask for Carvana to subsidize $200 in airfare and set up transportation from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

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