Would You Buy Your Next Car From a Vending Machine?

Courtesy Carvana

Carvana's 7-story vending machine is "vending fresh cars daily."

Pizza, single malt whisky, fresh baguettes... Vending machines have come a long way since their invention. And now the state of Indianapolis is home to a machine vending "fresh cars". 

A seven-story, all-glass vending machine holding 26 vehicles has opened up in Indianapolis, letting new car buyers collect their vehicles by inserting a huge novelty coin and driving off within minutes. 

It comes as a signature move from Carvana, an online retailer that is a platform for buying, financing, and selling used cars. The structure is the first of its kind to hit the state. Joining its counterparts found in Texas, Tennessee, Florida, North Carolina, Maryland, Arizona, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.

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Customers can shop more than 10,000 vehicles on Carvana's website and quickly schedule to pick it up from a vending machine or have it delivered to their home. Those who choose the vending experience will meet a Carvana employee at the tower, who'll give them an oversized novelty coin which they insert into a slot.

Buyers can try out the car for seven days to make sure they want to keep it, before either getting a refund or swapping it for another.

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For those who live outside of the Indianapolis metro area but would still like to pick up their car at the Vending Machine, Carvana will subsidize $200 in airfare and arrange transportation from the Indianapolis International Airport.