Looking for a used car in Indianapolis? Visit your nearest DriveTime dealership and experience the difference. As the nation’s largest dealership helping people purchase used cars regardless of credit, we have a wide selection of later model vehicles and a team of sales advisors ready to help you find and finance your next car. With over 10,000 used cars available nationwide, we are confident that you will find the perfect vehicle at DriveTime.
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 Indianapolis 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.
UUnlike at traditional used car dealerships in Indianapolis where the main concern is moving inventory, at DriveTime, we’re focused on not only providing you with more than just a new car, but financing that fits your budget. We offer several unique financing programs such as a rate buy down program that allows customers to buy down their interest rate for the first 30 days. Our financial advisors work with you with the aim of helping you secure a reasonable financial package to help you purchase the vehicle you desire.
Drop into one of our Indianapolis DriveTime dealerships and shop for your next car with us. With dozens of vehicles available to view and test drive, we are confident you will find one that you will love, without the haggling and high-pressure environment of traditional dealerships. You can also browse through our inventory on our website for vehicles near you. When you find a car you like, you can schedule your visit online or call us 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.