Auto financing and credit in Toronto | Golden Mile Chrysler

Not only is Golden Mile Chrysler Toronto's top destination for Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram vehicles--but we're also the top destination for vehicle financing. Thanks to our dogged in-house finance team, we stop at nothing when it comes to getting you quality vehicle finance rates regardless of your credit history. So whether you're looking for something new or used, let the team at Golden Mile Chrysler help you get approved.


Regardless of your credit history, the experienced team at Golden Mile Chrysler knows just how to score you an amazing deal on vehicle finance rates. Due to our years of experience, and close relationships with all the major financial institutions and lenders, we're confident that we can find you better rates than any other dealership in Ontario!

Serving the Greater Toronto Area for over 50 years, Golden Mile Chrysler has made a name for itself as being one of the top dealerships in the province, and our partnership with the Palladino Auto Group further cements our status as the top destination for all things Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram--and of course, vehicle financing!


Regardless of your needs, there's a vehicle in our extensive model lineup that is right for you. And just as varied as the needs of our customers, is the decision whether to lease or finance. Click the link below to explore the pros and cons of leasing vs financing, or simply give us a call and have us look at what might be best for your unique situation!

Buying a new vehicle is a major investment, and the team at Golden Mile Chrysler wants to ensure that you're comfortable throughout the entire process. Whether you're looking to lease or loan, or you're just looking for the lowest rates possible, Golden Mile has you covered--regardless of your credit history.

If you're considering whether to buy or lease near Mississauga, let Golden Mile Chrysler break down the difference for you:

  • You should finance (buy) if you're looking for a long-term solution. You'll get a loan, pay it off, build equity, then own the car outright at the end. You can also drive as many kilometres as you like and modify your car as you see fit. This option is perfect if you view your car as an asset to be held for the long run.
  • You should lease if you're looking to upgrade quickly. You'll pay less at the time of signing and over the life of your lease term, but you'll have to abide by kilometrage and modification restrictions. However, the lease term is shorter than most auto loans are, meaning you have a shorter upgrade timetable.

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