The company launched in Hot Springs on Dec. 10 and in Little Rock on Dec. 9.
“As we expand throughout the state, we’re confident Pine Bluff area residents will appreciate the ease, convenience and transparency we offer,” Carvana founder and CEO Ernie Garcia said in a news release.
Regarding the Hot Springs news, Garcia said, “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. We look forward to Hot Springs area residents enjoying The New Way to Buy a Car.”
And about the Little Rock news, Garcia said bringing “The New Way to Buy a Car” to as many customers as possible was a company goal.
“And making our Arkansas debut in Little Rock brings us even closer to that goal,” Garcia said.
He continued, “We look forward to now offering as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery to Little Rock area residents and we’re confident they will appreciate the ease and transparency Carvana brings to car buying.”