Used Cars in Nanaimo

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The largest selection of used cars, SUVs and trucks for sale in Nanaimo and across Vancouver Island awaits when you visit Nanaimo Toyota! Whether you’re from Duncan, Courtenay, Port Alberni, Campbell River or Victoria, we have the right second-hand vehicle for sale at the right price, for your precise needs. Downtown or logging town, no matter: our large inventory of quality pre-owned cars and trucks for sale and our central location makes us the destination of choice for smart motorists from places like Qualicum, Ladysmith, Parksville and elsewhere who are looking for value and a warm, no-pressure welcome.

Browse our current inventory of pre-owned Scion and Toyotas and large number of quality second-hand cars and trucks from other makes, see detailed information on each in-stock model, and schedule a test drive of the pre-owned vehicle that interests you. You can also obtain a CarProof history report on any used vehicle in our inventory. And if you don’t find what you’re looking for in our listing, you can have us undertake a used vehicle search for you!

For your convenience, you can apply for credit online and get pre-approved without hassle or delay. Ask us as well about our great warranties and extended warranty options. Our family-owned dealership is committed to offering you top-rate customer service, every step of the way, so that you feel part of the family!

At Nanaimo Toyota, the following comes standard for your next purchase or lease of a pre-owned vehicle:

  • Huge selection of pre-owned cars, SUVs and trucks, the largest on Vancouver Island
  • Very convenient central location
  • Family-owned and -operated dealership
  • Fair prices on vehicles
  • Family atmosphere
  • Thorough safety inspections carried out by certified technicians
  • VSA-licensed and certified sales staff
  • Scion and Toyota Certified pre-owned dealership
  • All fine brands of vehicles available and in stock
  • Lease transfer and lease return services
  • On-site ICBC insurance
  • Finance and lease department, including 2nd chance credit services; contact us for more information.

Articles & Road Tests

  • The two Japanese automakers are moving away from V6 engines and jumping on the 4-cylinder turbo bandwagon.

  • In this price range, it's hard to find a better driver's car. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the Scion FR-S? Read on.

  • The Tundra is an honest to goodness workhorse and doesn't pretend to be anything else. You have to appreciate that.

  • Pictures of the redesigned 2016 Toyota Prius were posted a few days ago on Taiwanese website And interestingly, designers came up with a two-face approach where the regular hybrid is more conventionally styled and the plug-in hybrid model resembles the company's upcoming Mirai fuel-cell sedan.

  • Yay for subcompact cars! No, seriously! How else would we truly appreciate our Honda Civics, Hyundai Elantras, and Ford Focus (Subaru Impreza in my case)? Our “bigger” cars are classier, more high-end, and get many more amenities! Or do they?

  • Ford, through its Livio division, has announced a partnership with Toyota to equip future Toyota and Lexus vehicles with SmartDeviceLink (SDL) technology, an open-source version of Ford's AppLink.

  • I hate to admit it, but Toyota is often the answer. I’ve developed an allergy to Toyota products but only in one specific situation: When I’m not driving one.

  • If full-size pickups are the backbone of North American industry, then compact pickups are the pillar by which small businesses thrive. And by small I mean handymen, gardeners, and pool cleaners.

  • Toyota has announced that the new Mirai fuel-cell sedan will arrive at select Toyota dealerships from Los Angeles to San Francisco in October.

  • I love the occasional North American auto show, and by occasional, I mean the NYIAS. As I wandered the Jacob Javits Center, made my way to the North Hall and once I get over staring at Subaru’s incredible display of the Impreza and WRX race-bred cars, I bumped into the Scion iA.

  • Toyota is taking a jab at detractors like Tesla's Elon Musk, who made waves with his “fuel-cell cars are bull****” statement, by releasing a video titled “Fueled by Bull****” that lauds the benefits of its upcoming Mirai sedan.

  • As Furious 7 continues to rack up huge numbers at the box office, fans of the original movie can bid on the actual 1993 Toyota Supra that was used throughout The Fast and the Furious including the final race scene.

  • Toyota is about to move Corolla production from Canada to a new assembly plant in the state of Guanajuato in Central Mexico. The latter will require about a $1 billion investment and have the capacity to produce 200,000 units annually.

  • Toyota today began testing its Harmonious Mobility Network (Ha:mo) carsharing concept in Tokyo with a number of i-Road cars, following an experiment that's been taking place in Grenoble, France, since October.