Since 1977, Ocean Pacific Capital has been in the commercial loan business and has experience you can depend on to arrange the best car dealership financing for new or used cars. When you own a new or used car dealership, your financing needs are unique in the commercial world. We have loan products designed specifically for the car dealership owner, to keep your cash flow steady and your business growing. Need to buy new equipment or make improvements? Our experienced and friendly team can help and offer you a free consultation.
For investors all over the world, Ocean Pacific Capital provides customized car dealership financing solutions. Whatever your objective- we can help you structure the loan that meets your needs. We offer car dealership financing up to $200 million plus.
Our success is measured by our clients' success, and our mission is to be your source for the most appropriate and advantageous financing solution that helps you achieve your goals in your dealership. Call us at 1-800-595-1474 or fill out our online form so you can get the best help today.
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