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Carvana Loses Nearly $40 Million

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Carvana Co. retailed 11,719 used units in the third quarter for revenue of $225.4 million.
Total gross profit was $20.4 million. Total gross profit per unit was $1,742.
The company still reported a net loss of $39.8 million for the third quarter.

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