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Carvana Debuts Another Vending Machine

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Carvana launched its newest car vending machine in Jacksonville, Fla. Standing eight stories tall, the fully automated machine holds up to 30 vehicles. This launch marks Carvana’s first vending machine in Florida, and the seventh of its kind across the country – joining those in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Nashville (Tenn.), and Raleigh (N.C.).Carvana unveiled its Jacksonville Car Vending Machine a little more than a year after expanding into the area
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