Shopping for a used car in Albuquerque can be an exhausting process filled with plenty of risks. At DriveTime, we want to simplify the process and bring back the excitement of purchasing a car. Unlike traditional in-house financing dealers that offer old, lower quality vehicles, at DriveTime, we have over 8,000 vehicles to choose from nationwide. We work hard to help people find and finance their perfect vehicle regardless of their credit.
Unlike at traditional dealers that offer in-house financing in Albuquerque, at DriveTime, we’re focused on not only providing you with an ideal used vehicle, but also finding the most appropriate loan terms to purchase your vehicle. We offer financing for all our vehicles and work to ensure that you are payments fit your budget. Our financial advisors examine each application individually with the aim of providing you with a reasonable financial package to help you purchase your next used vehicle.
With over 10,000 vehicles across more than 140 dealerships nationwide, we are confident that you will find the perfect used car, truck, SUV or van. All our vehicles are inspected* prior to arriving at the sales lot to ensure that they meet our preset vehicle standards. We also provide a vehicle history report for each vehicle, as well as an optional vehicle protection plan for up to 5 year/50,000 miles. We sell more than 100,000 used cars annually and are confident that you too can find your ideal vehicle in your nearest Albuquerque lot.
At DriveTime, we are committed to taking the hassle out of buying a used car. Gone are the days of endless haggling over aging, high-mileage vehicles at questionable in-house financing dealerships. Drop into your nearest DriveTime Albuquerque store where you can browse the available used cars and speak to an advisor about our in-house financing program. You can also start the process online by browsing our inventory and scheduling an appointment at your local Albuquerque DriveTime dealership, 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.