Over a year ago, American online car retail Carvana decided to make buying a car fun again by introducing the first ever car vending machine at its dealership in America's music city, Nashville, Tennessee.
The online car retailer recently opened its second car vending machine in Houston, the largest city in Texas, the American state that abides by the rule 'Bigger is Better'.
To ensure that its new car vending machine lived up to state's unofficial motto, Carvana's second automated car dispenser is eight stories tall and can hold up to 30 cars. The one in Nashville is three stories shorter and can only hold 20 cars at a time.
Carvana allows its customers to search for and buy a vehicle online. The online car vendor allows customers to trade-in their old cars and even offers financing options for its customers.
Customers can ask for their new cars to be delivered to their homes or can take the fun option of the vending machine.
Those who choose the latter option get a special coin to drop into the slot. This starts up the massive car vending machine which then finds your car and delivers it to you.
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