PROVIDENCE – Carvana, an e-commerce car-buying platform, has launched its free car-delivery service in Providence, as well as parts of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. In addition to shopping for a vehicle online at Carvana.com, customers can handle financing, purchasing and schedule delivery on the site, as well as trade in their old car.
“As we grow our presence in the Northeast, New England is critical to that expansion,” said Ernie Garcia, founder and CEO of Carvana. “We’re pleased we can bring a tech-forward car-buying solution to the area.”
According to a Carvana press release, vehicle deliveries can be scheduled as soon as the next day. Cars come with a seven-day test period, and all have been through a 150-point inspection with no reported accidents or frame damage. Features, as well as imperfections, are listed on a vehicle’s description page, according to Carvana.
The company, based in Arizona, was founded in 2012. Along with Providence, the car-buying service includes Boston and Worcester, Mass., in the 61 markets it serves.
Susan Shalhoub is a PBN contributing writer.