Walmart is getting into the car business — at least they’re testing the waters.

The retail giant will begin selling the cars through online car retail platform CarSaver and a partnership with auto groups, including AutoNation, according to Automotive News.

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Starting April 1, CarSaver will begin selling cars at select Supercenters in Houston, Dallas, Phoenix, and Oklahoma City.

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Shoppers will be able to pick a new or used car through CarSaver’s website or at a touchscreen kiosk, and staffers at CarSavers centers inside the store will explain the car-buying program to customers.

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If the launch is successful, CarSaver hopes to be in Walmart Supercenters nationwide.