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Carvana Adds Another Texas Store

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Carvana announced the opening of another one of its proprietary automated Car Vending Machines in San Antonio, Texas.
This launch marks the third signature Car Vending Machine in Texas, joining Austin and Houston.
Standing eight stories tall, the glass tower matches its Houston counterpart in size.
The San Antonio Car Vending Machine contains four delivery bays and holds up to 30 cars. Vehicles that have been purchased from the company’s website are loaded into the tower in advance of the customer’s pick up date. Carvana customer advocates are available on-site for support and to help facilitate a personalized and memorable pick-up experience.
The San Antonio Car Vending Machine is located at 5435 N Loop 1604 W.

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