PACCAR Financial Used Truck Centers facilitate the sale of pre-owned and off-lease trucks. We offer our customers the opportunity to choose from a wide selection of premium trucks with the equipment and features you want to run profitably and in comfort. Whether you're an owner-operator looking for a truck that suits your independent style or a fleet operator who needs several like-spec'd trucks for a growing fleet, our PACCAR Financial Used Truck Centers have trucks that will meet your needs.
Our two truck brands, Kenworth and Peterbilt, have loyal followers that know their trucks. When a trucker buys or leases a new Kenworth or Peterbilt through PACCAR Financial, he typically returns time after time for another one. Our fleet customers do the same.
Repeat purchases indicate how well these trucks perform on a consistent basis. Our PACCAR Financial Used Truck Centers are a source of high quality, well-maintained trucks for our used truck purchasers. Our used truck customers get the same world-class quality and endurance for thousands of dollars less than the purchase of a new Kenworth or Peterbilt truck.
Currently, we have four PACCAR Financial Used Truck Centers:
Salt Lake City, UT 855-373-2752
Minooka, IL 866-379-8673
Spartanburg, SC 888-782-5701
Fontana, CA 909-441-0696
PACCAR Financial offers a variety of financing options that may fit your business needs. We will work with you to develop the right mix of down payment, interest rate and term options, to best fit your business whether you operate one truck or 500.
Check out our Financing Options to learn about Special Offers, as well as information on financing versus paying cash, and different types of loans and their advantages. When you're ready to talk, we'll be here to help. Just call one of our closest Used Truck Centers and our sales professional will help you find the financing that best fits your needs.
PACCAR Financial, Kenworth, Peterbilt, PACCAR Engines, and PACCAR Parts are divisions of PACCAR Inc, our parent company. PACCAR Inc has been supporting the trucking business, through all economic cycles, since 1905.