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Carvana, in its first quarterly report as a publicly traded company, reported a sharply wider loss on costs related to its expansion even as revenue surged.
Who wants to buy a used car from a vending machine? Investors will get some answers on Tuesday when Carvana releases its first earnings report since going public.
Publicly traded dealership groups are proceeding with used-only store plans in the face of declining new-vehicle sales, despite shrinking first-quarter used profits.
Facebook has the potential to be a major force in used-car sales with a new feature called Marketplace, which eases concerns about dealing with strangers.
An online used-vehicle retailer specializes in an obscure but profitable niche — right-hand-drive Jeep Cherokees from Japan.
Facebook Marketplace ads only appear for vehicles within a 100 miles radius and any deals are likely to be done in person.
U.S. certified pre-owned sales at the largest automakers have risen just 0.2% through April, bogged down in large part by significant declines at 3 of the 4 largest players.
One reader chose cars over IT many years ago. Now it appears those two areas are aligning closer.
Mini executives want the brand's U.S. dealerships to pursue used-car sales with more vigor, so they're offering bonuses to dealerships that hit used-volume targets.
A deluge of lightly-used cars in the US is good news for independent dealers, auto auction houses and car buyers. Not so much for automakers.
Three people were killed at a Massachusetts auto auction Wednesday in what police believe to be an accidental crash.
Shares of used-car retailer Carvana fell 26 percent below the company’s initial pricing in their Wall Street debut on Friday.
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