We remember being a little weirded out when those tech vending machines that sell iPods first showed up in airports, but we eventually got used to that. Now we have to get used to cars being sold in vending machines, because Carvana is open for business in Atlanta, is looking to open more locations, and is basically just a vending machine.

What makes it attractive is that the prices are quite cheap on account of not having a sales staff to pay. All the cars are inspected and certified to be in good working order, sold via the internet, and then either picked up by or delivered to the customer.

Sounds great.

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[via Carvana]