Carville’s Auto Mart offers an inventory of over 120 pre-owned vehicles to western Colorado shoppers

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Drivers searching for a quality, used vehicle can turn to a Grand Junction-based dealership with an extensive selection of SUVs, sedans and pickup trucks

With summer approaching quickly, Colorado adventures are calling the names of many. Drivers in western Colorado who are searching for an affordable, quality used vehicle can turn to the award-winning Grand Junction dealership, Carville’s Auto Mart, for an extensive selection of SUVs, sedans, pickup trucks, hybrids and crossovers. Carville’s Auto Mart has more than 130 used vehicles in stock, and those interested in shopping from said inventory can do so by visiting the dealership or its website, where its updated inventory is displayed.

When viewing the dealership’s inventory online, the shopper can sort results based on criteria like price, odometer reading, body style, drivetrain, exterior and interior color, transmission, fuel type, price, make, model, trim and model year. Drivers can also view the CarFax of each model, look at photos and view similar vehicles while shopping online. Once the customer finds a vehicle they want to experience from behind the wheel, they can contact the dealership’s team by filling out a form online. Carville’s Auto Mart is also a “Buy Here, Pay Here” dealership, which means that it offers financing for customers with bad credit through an Independent Financing Company. Carville’s Auto Mart also works with 23 lenders to help craft a financing package for each type of shopper.

Individuals who want to learn more about Carville’s Auto Mart and its offerings can visit http://www.carvillesautomart.com, where they can visit webpages dedicated to inventory, financing, auto care and information about the dealership. Carville’s Auto Mart is located at 2507 Hwy 6 and 50 in Grand Junction. People with questions can direct them to the dealership’s staff by dialing 970-241-5370.

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