It’s easy to drive away with your dream car

We’ll find you the perfect vehicle, no matter what your situation

It's easy to drive away with your dream car.

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Trying to buy a car with less than a perfect credit score can be a stressful experience.

Whether it’s divorce, bankruptcy or missing a few payments, bad credit can come back to haunt the best of people.

But don’t let the stop you from owning a car.

Let the staff at Cariboo Truck & Auto Sales make driving away with your dream vehicle much easier.

With 17 different lenders to work with, staff are experts at finding the perfect financing options. The dealership offers guaranteed auto loans, with some conditions applying.

Pawel Borys, the general manager, says the “one-stop used vehicle superstore” specializes in financing solutions that make purchasing a vehicle possible in almost any situation, from excellent to poor credit.

Customers with good credit can also take advantage of their knowledge.

Staff at the dealership can contact lenders and find the best financing options available, which are sometimes at better rates through the dealer group than by walking into your local bank branch. The dealership will often go through the same bank you use every day, but they can often get better approvals since they have big buying power.

Cariboo Truck & Auto Sales offers an easy online financing application form, or you can book an appointment with a helpful sales associate who can go through the process step by step.

With more than 300 used vehicles to choose from, Cariboo Truck & Auto Sales, located at 161 Marsh Dr. in Quesnel, is the place to go for your next used vehicle.

Most vehicles in the dealership’s inventory are new enough to be still be under manufacturer’s warranty. All vehicles receive a full safety inspection before leaving the lot and qualify for additional long or short-term protection.

Since opening in 2013, the team at Cariboo Truck & Auto Sales has been dedicated to providing quality service to the residents of Quesnel and surrounding areas.

Let the knowledgeable staff at Cariboo Truck & Auto Sales make your next car buying experience hassle free.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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