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Carvana Who? Asbury Cracks the Code to Car Buying Online in 15 Minutes

It looks like Carvana has some new competition. Those of you new to end-to-end online car buying: Carvana is a used-car retailer that sells vehicles strictly online. It handles many of the normal functions of a physical car dealer. Carvana buys and sells vehicles, accepts trade-ins, and offers financing for vehicle purchases. Auto retailer Asbury …
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Can You Negotiate a Car’s Price at Carvana?

The art of negotiation isn’t just reserved for white-collar business folks looking to strike deals with their competitors, it’s also a crafty art if you’re into buying cars and “win one over” on the poor car salespeople. But what if you don’t like negotiating? Then you can always shop for a car at Carvana, a …
A picture of one of Carvana's car vending machines.

How Do Dealers Like Carvana Make Money?

The new-car buying process has evolved a lot in the past decade. We went from having to walk into multiple dealerships and finding the right car in person to now simply being able to go online and sift through dealer inventories with the click of a mouse. What revolutionized the car-buying process, even more, was …
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Pandemic Forces Car Dealers to Adjust Sales Model

Online buying services such as Carvana and Vroom have been trying to disrupt the traditional car-buying process for years. The Coronavirus is also a disrupter. The outbreak of the coronavirus may play into a more robust and stable future for the online services as opposed to the traditional car dealerships, at least for the short-term. Get The Lead-In Traditional …