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Best Used Car Dealerships in Las Vegas, NV

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2105 Western Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102 Rating

Why choose this provider?

Vegas Used Cars has been selling a wide range of quality cars from its dealership and online since 2018. Its vehicles range from pickups, such as the Toyota Tundra, to SUVs, such as the Jeep Grand Cherokee. The company's website provides a comprehensive list of vehicles in its inventory, including photographs and critical details, such as engine size and mileage. It offers a range of financing options, specializing in financing customers with bad credit, no credit, and no driver's license.

1716 East Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101 Rating

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4.5 (20)
4.6 (11)
3.2 (5)

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Drive Motor Company is a car dealership located in Las Vegas. The company offers clients a wide variety of used and late-model cars from manufacturers such as Cadillac and Chevrolet. Its website displays its current stock of vehicles alongside information such as current mileage, stock number, and car transmission type. According to client reviews, the staff working at Drive Motor Company are knowledgeable about its inventory of vehicles and can recommend options based on the client's description.

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6755 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89146 Rating

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4.0 (24)

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CarMax is a large used car dealership with locations in Las Vegas and throughout the U.S. Customers can make an appointment or walk in to view its wide range of cars, SUVs, vans, and trucks, catering to the standard and luxury ends of the market. Its showroom regularly holds vehicles made by Chevrolet, Ford, Toyota, Lexus, Land Rover, and Lincoln. The company's services include home deliveries within a 60-mile radius, solo test drives, and curbside purchases.

4140 W Desert Inn Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102 Rating

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4.1 (92)
4.4 (17)

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Desert Auto Sales is a used car dealership in Las Vegas whose showroom regularly holds more than 2000 quality pre-owned cars, SUVs, vans, and trucks. Its inventory typically includes a wide selection of luxury German cars, such as Mercedes-Benz and BMW, and more regular vehicles built by Chevrolet, Hyundai, and Saturn. The company welcomes trade-ins and offers financing options to qualifying customers. Its website also has a loan calculator to help customers work out their monthly payments.

Las Vegas, NV 89118 Rating

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4.5 (159)

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The friendly, knowledgeable dealers and staff at Johnny Legends Las Vegas are committed to giving every customer the most comfortable, hassle-free experience in buying a quality pre-owned vehicle. The company's managers have more than 50 years of combined industry experience and strive to find only the highest quality of used cars, vans, trucks, and luxury vehicles, all expertly inspected and serviced to ensure a safe, reliable ride. Customers can stop by the lot to see an extensive range of sedans, crossovers, hatchbacks, and convertibles from brands such as Dodge, Mercedes-Benz, Ram, and Cadillac, all in a friendly, no-pressure environment. The company's website features helpful tools like a vehicle finder, loan calculators, credit applications, and an online repair service request form. Customers can call or visit the dealership to get more information or take a test drive.

Las Vegas, NV 89146 Rating

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4.5 (398)
4.6 (30)

Why choose this provider?

Charlie Cheap Car is the area's premier used car dealership for customers who enjoy friendly, knowledgeable, no-pressure service from a team of experts with years of industry experience. The company has a large, spacious sales lot full of high-quality pre-owned vehicles, all fully inspected and serviced by the company's certified technicians. Customers can see detailed listings of available cars, vans, SUVs, and trucks on the company's website, complete with CarFax reports and short videos that highlight accessories and interior and exterior features. Charlie Cheap Car also has a full-service repair center for any customer's needs, from oil changes and preventative maintenance to complete engine repairs and parts replacements. Additional services include trade-in valuation and low-interest financing options for approved customers. Customers can call or stop by the lot to see the latest selection of quality used vehicles.

Compare our Top Used Car Dealerships

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Vegas Used Cars
2105 Western Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Drive Motor Company
1716 East Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101
6755 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Desert Auto Sales
4140 W Desert Inn Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Johnny Legends Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV 89118
Charlie Cheap Car
Las Vegas, NV 89146


  • Introduction

    With the average price of a brand-new vehicle topping $40,000, the used car market can be an appealing alternative for many consumers on a budget. A car is considered used if it's had at least one former owner, regardless of the vehicle's age. Savvy shoppers can take advantage of this to buy a like-new model for thousands of dollars off MSRP. For buyers of classic and collectible models, the pre-owned market also offers the chance to score the car of their dreams.

    Aside from the cost savings, there are many smart reasons to consider buying used. Cars bought through a certified preowned program are reconditioned and usually come with a warranty and a detailed vehicle history report. Older cars depreciate less, and insurance rates for them are typically lower, too. If you can forgo that new car smell, buying preowned might be the best option for you.
  • Do used car lots do trade-ins?

    Many used car lots take trade-ins, and it's an easy way to get rid of a car without the hassle of selling it on your own. Depending on the dealer, however, not every vehicle will be accepted. Your car's trade-in value is largely based on its mileage, so if your car is high-mileage, you'll be offered less.

  • How many miles is a lot for a used car?

    In general, many people consider 100,000 miles to be a lot for a used car, even though modern vehicles can run for 200,000 miles or more. When buying used, compare the car's mileage with its age. The average car is driven 10,000 to 15,000 miles per year, so a five-year-old car with over 100,000 miles may have more problems than the odometer suggests.

  • How long do dealerships keep used cars on the lot?

    This varies by the dealership, but most keep used cars on the lot for 60 days or fewer. A car that sits on the lot for too long is taking up valuable space, so dealers are motivated to sell as quickly as possible. If a car has been on the lot for over 90 days, many dealers are usually willing to reduce the price.

  • What are some things to check when buying a used car?

    Even if a car comes with a warranty, it's important to inspect the vehicle inside and out before you purchase it. A few things to check for include:

    • Scratches, dents, and other body damage
    • Seat tears, odors, and cushion condition
    • Operational windows and doors
    • Air conditioner and heater
    • Tire tread
    • Interior and exterior lights
    • Belts, fluids, and other parts under the hood

  • What happens to used cars at a dealership that don’t sell?

    Cars that sit on the lot for too long, even after multiple price drops, are usually sold to auction houses. The auction house then sells the vehicle to the highest bidder in “as-is” condition. Cars in poor condition might instead be sold to scrap yards.

  • Is there a lemon law for used cars?

    Lemon laws are designed to protect buyers if a seller misrepresents the title, has tampered with the odometer, or fails to accurately disclose the car's history. All 50 states have a lemon law for brand-new cars. The only states that have a lemon law for used cars are New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Minnesota, Massachusetts, and Hawaii.