Vancouver Island Premier Used Cars, Trucks and SUV Dealer

Our commitment to you. We won't SELL you a vehicle, but we will definitely help you BUY one.

National Car & Truck Sales is one of the highest volume used vehicle sellers on Vancouver Island, and the reason why is simple; we don't have salespeople. For that matter, we don't have business managers, receptionists, or any additional full time staff, and that saves our customers, YOU, money.

What we do have, is one of the largest and most diverse inventories of pre-owned vehicles on Vancouver Island and a buying environment that is non aggressive and buyer focused.

We carry nearly every make and model, including Mazda, Hyundai, Ford, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Nissan, Toyota, Subaru, Mitsubishi, BMW, Mercedes and many more. Many of our used cars & used trucks are between six months and two years old, meticulously serviced, and come with the balance of the factory warranty.

The very best thing about buying from National Car & Truck Sales - our vehicles are often priced thousands of dollars less than the same vehicle new.

Please visit us, call or read what some of our previous buyers have to say and let us help you find the best vehicle for the best price.

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Used Hyundai Accent Hatchback Find New Home In Victoria

It’s been a great few weeks here at National Car & Truck Sales in Victoria as we continue to deliver some incredible value in pre owned cars for our customers. Take this used Hyundai Accent. One of our more recent customers Sara drove away with a beautiful smile in this nice 2013 Hyundai Accent hatchback. The Accent… Read more »

Pre Owned 2013 Hyundai Sonata To A New Home

A big congratulations to new Hyundai owner, Marguerite. Pictured below, Marguerite and her husband visited our used car lot in Victoria and found this impeccable, previously owned 2013 Hyundai Sonata. We know Marguerite will have many trouble free kilometeres ahead. If you’re interested in finding a used Hyundai Sonata for yourself, see our available pre owned… Read more »

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