LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The online used vehicles company Carvana plans to open a $40 million complex in eastern Arkansas and create more than 400 jobs.
The Arkansas Economic Development Commission on Friday announced Carvana will locate an inspection and distribution center in West Memphis.
Customers can browse thousands of vehicles on Carvana.com, to finance, buy, trade-in an existing vehicle or schedule delivery or pickup via the company’s Car Vending Machines. Certification of the used vehicles includes inspections, such as making sure there’s no frame damage and that the vehicle has not been in a reported accident.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson says Arizona-based Carvana is changing the used car industry through technology and great customer service.