At Mississauga Kia, our team of finance experts has been using their years of experience to help Mississauga car shoppers afford a new or used Kia.
We take care of all your financing needs under one roof. Our goal is to determine a lease or a loan that works within your budget, regardless of your financial situation. We understand that our customers have various financial situations, so don’t be afraid to ask about loans and interest rates even if you have bad credit.
We use our extensive combined experience, buying power, and connections with banks to make sure you get the best possible interest rates. We help people with all types of credit, from good to bad, and everyone in between gets approved loans. We have on-site sub-prime financing options that can get anyone approved, and we use our strong relationships with automotive finance lenders to make sure you get a loan that works for you.
Low-interest car loans are available for customers with existing loans. We help you refinance your car loan or adjust the term of the current contract.
You’re just a step away from approved car financing and a new Kia! There’s no better place to start than at Mississauga Kia.
That’s the difference when you use Mississauga Kia’s in-house car financing, and that’s our promise to all our customers. Contact us today to see how our finance team can help!
Frequently Asked Finance Questions
Q: If I want to have my car appraised do I need to make an appointment?
A: There’s no need for an appointment. Simply enter your vehicle information in our free trade-in appraisal tool and get an instant valuation for your car.
Q: What does your credit score mean?
A: We depend on credit for many important things in life, whether it’s for buying a car, a house, or getting a student loan. A three-digit number, your credit score, can determine whether you can do these things and even how much it will cost you.
Your credit report contains a history of how you’ve paid your bills, how much open credit you have, and anything else that would affect your creditworthiness. Your credit score boils down to all of that information to a three-digit number. Using the credit score, lenders can predict with some accuracy how likely the borrower is to repay a loan and make payments on time.