An Honest Review of Carvana

“Money may not buy happiness, but I’d rather cry in a Jaguar than on a bus.” – Françoise Sagan

I recently bought a car from Carvana and this will be my review and experience through using them.

Looking for a car

I have been without a car for quite a long time, my pervious car died before I moved to California which was back in March. In California not having a car wasn’t a big deal so I did not start looking at different cars until I moved back to Kansas in August.

Right away I started looking at Carvana, mostly because the wide variety of cars that they have, but also because who doesn’t want to buy a car from a vending machine. Through looking at cars on their website I gained a lot of knowledge about cars and was also able to identify what I wanted in a car.

Buying a car

I almost bought a from a dealership near me, but they wanted me to get a cosigner despite the large down payment that I had. I spent hours in the dealership and was an anxious mess.

Through Carvana, I was able to have buy a car without a cosigner. It was one of the easiest and coolest experiences I have had in a long while. If you would have told me two years ago that I would be buying a car from a vending machine I wouldn’t have believed you.

The whole situation was easy, it was clean, it was free from anxiety.

In conclusion

I cannot recommend Carvana enough. It made buying a car as easy as possible while still being informative and comprehensive. They have touch free delivery if you are not comfortable going into the store or if you are not in the area. You can get a loan by yourself as long as you are over the age of 18 and make more then $4K a year. How could it get any better?

If you are in the market for a car and have any questions they have a wonderful FAQ page or you can reach out to me.

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