Yes, all vehicles we sell are safety inspected unless otherwise noted. Our website is very active and sometimes we list a vehicle online before we’re able to complete the inspection. No worries, inspection will be completed before you take delivery of this vehicle. Occasionally we sell vehicles at wholesale price “as traded”, these types of vehicles are sold “as is” and safety inspection would be buyer’s responsibility, these listings are clearly marked, and it’s written in the vehicle’s description page as well.

In some cases, yes. If price includes a warranty the listing will be clearly marked with warranty remaining will be mentioned in the description of the vehicle. In any other case, warranty is not included in the price.

Yes. Delivery can be arranged at a reasonable cost. We often ship vehicles outside of Province either by boat or truck carrier

Yes. We try to finance our customers with the lowest interest rate possible, currently starting at 4.78%. Rates change all the time. We can process the application in the office or even over the phone.

Yes and No. We do process all applications in-house and submit to several lenders on customer’s behalf, however we do not finance the purchase ourselves. In other words, lender must approve the buyer and pay us for the car, then buyer makes payments to the lender for the agreed term of the loan.

Yes, we do our best to provide reasonable financing for everyone. The interest rates or even qualifying for a car loan largely depends on customer’s credit rating, but our success rate is pretty high, so give us a call or email us.

Do you feel that you have lived life?

The first thing to remember about success is that it is a process – nothing more, nothing less. There is really no magic to it and it’s not reserved only for a select few people. As such, success really has nothing to do with luck, coincidence or fate. It really comes down to understanding the steps in the process and then executing on those steps.

  1. Making the decision.
  2. Clarity – developing the Vision.
  3. Focus – having a plan.
  4. Commitment – understanding the price and having the willingness to pay that price.