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Carvana Moves into LA

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Carvana Co. has moved into the nation’s largest car market.
The company recently launched operations in Los Angeles. This is Carvana’s 37th market.
Less than five years after selling and delivering its first car in Atlanta, Carvana has rapidly expanded its local market presence.

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