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Financing in Grande Prairie
If you're unsure if you can qualify for car or truck financing in Alberta or British Columbia, no need to worry when you come to a Revolution Auto Group dealership for your car loan needs!
Even if banks and lending institutions are turning you away, you'll find a positive response when you speak with a Revolution Auto Group financing and credit specialist. When you apply for credit approval, even if you have bad credit or no credit built up, we can find the right solution for your needs, and one that won't cost you an arm and a leg or have you on a budget you can't deal with!
Second Chance Credit to Rebuild Your Credit
No matter your credit history or if you are currently suffering through a divorce, bankruptcy or other situation, and no matter if you're self-employed or under-employed, we can get you approved! We work with our extensive network of lending partners to find you the best deal, so all you need to worry about is which vehicle to choose for your needs. Join the Revolution in car financing today!
Leasing Vs. Financing - How Do I Choose?
It can be difficult to decide between leasing and financing a car. When customers ask us whether they should lease or finance, there are a number of factors to consider. While leasing payments are generally lower than finance payments on a comparable vehicle, you will not own your leased vehicle unless you decide to purchase it at your lease-end.
When considering leasing a vehicle, remember that leased vehicles generally come with a yearly kilometer allowance. If you travel further than this distance you must purchase additional kilometers at the time you sign your lease agreement.
Most leases only require an initial payment of your first month's lease and a refundable security deposit, while a down payment may be required if you are financing a vehicle. At the end of your lease, you have the option of returning your vehicle and leasing a new one (great for people who want a new vehicle every few years), returning your leased vehicle and walking away, or purchasing your leased vehicle.