Bad Credit Car Loan Auto Financing

Getting a Bad Credit Car loan is the quickest and easy to repair your credit. At Auto Source our specialized lending consultants work with you to get you driving a new car and repairing your credit in no time.

Bad Credit Car Loan and Auto Financing

If you have bad credit and want to repair it, getting a car loan through Auto Source can actually help.

If you are in the market for a car, ask us how to get a car loan and better credit. Even if you have filed bankruptcy, we can get you back on the right track to start rebuilding or repairing your credit. Having a car payment you can afford will give you peace of mind that you are fixing your credit because you can finally make your payments. No more falling behind and hurting your credit even more.

Auto Source has a large network of dealers across British Columbia and in Fraser Valley to get you driving your vehicle as soon as possible bad credit or not. We have dealers for, trucks, cars, mini vans and SUV’s  including Mitsubishi, Honda, Toyota, Acura, Nissan, Mercedes, Infinity, BMW, Chevrolet, GMC, Ford, Volkswagen, Porsche, Audi, Volvo, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Buick, Pontiac, Saturn, Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, Ford and all other vehicle makes and models. Auto Source deals in all makes and models available in Fraser Valley British Columbia, Canada. Apply today for a Auto Source loan in Fraser Valley!

Fraser Valley Car Loan

The Fraser Valley is the Region

The Fraser Valley, also called “the Lower Mainland” extends east of Vancouver to Hope, and then outwards to the many smaller communities along the Trans-Canada (#1), the Coquihalla (#8) and the Crowsnest (#3) Highways. The western boundary of this area is generally conceded to be Langley. The larger communities south of the Fraser are clustered along the Trans-Canada Highway and Langley, Abbotsford and Chilliwack. The communities north of the Fraser are clustered along the Lougheed Highway (#7) and include Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge and Mission. The Fraser Valley has a population of about 257,000 (2006). The major industries in the Fraser Valley reflect that of the whole province