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Carvana, a startup that lets people buy used cars online for next day delivery, launched this month in Austin and San Antonio.

Carvana is also in Houston and Dallas. Nationwide, it’s in eight markets including Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte and Nashville.

“With Carvana, you can buy a car entirely online – from financing, to trade-in to signing contracts to scheduling delivery, along with the peace-of-mind of a 7-day no questions asked return policy,” Ernie Garcia, founder and CEO of Carvana, said in a news release. “We’ve seen an incredible response to our offering and our mission is to give people everywhere a better way to buy a car.”

The company, based in Phoenix, Ariz., has raised more than $300 million since its founding in 2013. It plans to continue to roll out its service in new markets nationwide.

The company says it takes as little as 11 minutes to buy a car online through its service with an average savings of $1,681.