Carvana has added another Arkansas City –Hot Springs – to its growing list of cities that can receive next-day vehicle delivery.
Just one day after expanding its delivery capabilities to Little Rock, the Phoenix-based vehicle e-commerce platform announced that it would be offering next-day delivery to Hot Springs. In total, Carvana offers “as-soon-as-next-day” vehicle delivery in 265 U.S. markets.
“As we expand our footprint in the southern U.S., we’re pleased to offer our easy, transparent, customer-centric approach to car buying to more and more customers,” Carvana founder and CEO Ernie Garcia said in a statement. “We look forward to Hot Springs area residents enjoying The New Way to Buy a Car™.”
Individuals looking to purchase a vehicle on Carvana can visit its website, view more than 20,000 vehicles that have been photographed in 360 degrees, and bury or sell a vehicle.
Carvana is opening a new inspection and distribution center in West Memphis. This $40 million facility, announced in 2019, is expected to create more than 400 jobs. The company held a job fair in October 2020.
According to an earlier report, this center will be where vehicles are inspected, photographed, reconditioned and stored.