Thinking about buying a car but not sure where to begin? Stop by your Oklahoma City DriveTime Dealership and learn more about finding and financing your next used vehicle with us. At DriveTime, we work to help people find a vehicle that’s right for them regardless of their credit. Our goal is to get you into a used car by providing bad credit car financing.
At traditional dealerships in Oklahoma City, when you apply for bad credit car financing, the dealers often take your application and simply forward it to a bank, who evaluates your eligibility based on your financial past. At DriveTime, we strive to put you in a used car that you love and to find you car financing for your specific credit situation. As specialists in providing car financing for people of all credit types, our sales advisors are trained to work with you and strive to get you approved for an auto loan.
When you visit one of our Oklahoma City stores, you will find a large selection of vehicles. Each of our used cars are put through a multi-point inspection* before it ever arrives on the lot and each one is covered by a 30 day / 1500 mile limited warranty. You also have an option to purchase up to a 5 Year / 50,000 Mile Vehicle Protection Plan. We also provide an AutoCheck vehicle history report for each of our cars so you can have peace of mind about the vehicle you're interested in. Once you find your perfect vehicle, our sales advisors work with you to create a financing package that works for you, whether or not you have bad credit.
Don’t let your past financial hardships prevent you from owning a car. Drop in at your nearest Oklahoma City DriveTime dealer and find out more about our bad credit financing options. Since 2002 we have sold more than 1 million used cars to consumers of all credit types, therefore we are confident that we can work with you to find the perfect used car and manageable financing to buy it. You can also begin your application online in just two minutes, or you can call us toll free at 1-888-418-1212.
* DriveTime is not able to make safety recall repairs, so vehicles may be subject to open recalls. Visit http://www.safercar.gov/ for more information about recalls.