Shopping for a used car in Columbus Ga just got easier thanks to DriveTime. With more than 10,000 vehicles across 140+ dealerships throughout the United States, we are confident you will find the ideal used car. As the nation’s leading used car dealership helping people purchase used cars regardless of credit, we also offer financing options for all our vehicles.
Buying a used car is always a risk but at DriveTime, we aim to lower that risk by providing with a vast selection of vehicles. When you walk onto one of our Columbus Ga lots, all the available vehicles you find have been put through a pre-purchase inspection* process to ensure that our reconditioning standards have been met. Every used car is available with an optional vehicle protection plan for up to 5-years/50,000-miles and also comes with a history report detailing previous ownership and potential concerns.
DriveTime is the nation’s largest used car dealer helping people find and finance used cars regardless of their credit. We specialize in providing competitive financing options to purchase a new used car and truck. Unlike at traditional dealerships who are only concerned with making a sale, at DriveTime Columbus Ga, we’re more interested in providing you with a used car you like and a fair financing package. Our financial advisors will work hard to find the ideal vehicle with financing fit for your down payment funds and budget for reoccurring payments.
At DriveTime, we are committed to taking the hassle out of buying a used car. Gone are the days of high-pressure sales environments and car lots full of aging, high-mileage vehicles. Drop into your nearest DriveTime Columbus Ga dealership where you can browse the available used cars and speak to an advisor about financing your next vehicle with us. You can also start the process online by browsing our inventory, getting approved, or scheduling an appointment at your local Columbus Ga DriveTime dealership. If you’d rather call us, dial 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.