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Carvana Moves into Two Markets

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Carvana has expanded into two more markets.
The online-focused used-car group now operates in Oklahoma City, Okla., and Louisville, Ky. These are Carvana’s first forays into these two states.
Carvana now has locations in 31 markets.

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