Carvana expands into Albuquerque

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Albuquerque is Carvana’s latest new market, the company announced Wednesday.

Residents within 100 miles of the Albuquerque metro area can now shop the company’s around 7,000 vehicles online and get their car delivered, free as soon as the next day.

“As the largest metro area in the state, Albuquerque gives us a great population to work with, and a beautiful city to launch our New Mexico presence in,” Carvana founder and chief executive officer Ernie Garcia said in a news release.

“We’re looking forward to being part of the community and showing them the new way to buy a car,” he said.

Albuquerque customers who want to experience Carvana’s coin-operated, fully automated Car Vending Machine can sign up for the company’s fly-and-drive program to receive a $200 airfare stipend to fly to one of seven cites with Carvana Car Vending Machines.

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