Automobile Industry Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road Online Auto Retailer Shows that Car Buying Doesn't Have to be a Game of Chance
ATLANTA, July 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The average consumer spends more than 20 hours and overpays roughly $3,500 when purchasing a car due to antiquated dealer sales practices. While other industries have embraced technological advancements to increase transparency, speed and customer control, the automotive dealer industry relies heavily on closed-door brick and mortar dealerships to generate profits at the expense of consumers' time and pocketbooks.
In this infographic, Carvana sets out to inform consumers of true car costs without cumbersome finance and insurance contracts, aftermarket add-on's and unnecessary dealer overhead fees.
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An industry pioneer, Carvana is the first complete online auto retailer from search to finance to delivery. Through its relationship with DriveTime, Carvana is backed by more than $1 billion in revenue and more than 20 years experience in the secondary car market. Based in Phoenix, Ariz. and operating out of Winder, Ga., Carvana services the state of Georgia and plans to expand to cities throughout the southeast by the end of 2013.