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Huge selection of vehicles in stock and new arrivals daily!
Welcome to Car Factory!
We have been in business at our current location since 1999 – We are family owned and operated – We offer financing through several local banks and credit unions as well as national lenders for every credit situation – We take great pride in our inventory and recondition them to a much higher standard than the auto industry average – We are are thankful for the amount of repeat customers and referrals we see on a consistent basis – We offer complete history reports on all units in stock –
Questions please call 406-896-9833
Don’t take our word for it… see what our happy customers have to say.
Here’s a testimonial from one of our valued customers. Read more here!
- “Dru, I give you 10 stars! It’s so nice that we connected. Just think we almost didn’t stop. We are so glad we did and we will be back for our next veh… “
Jerri Lacquement, Billings
- “Both my husband and I loved the personable service that we were provided. Both Greg and Dru were great salespeople and overall just generally great pe… “
Lilly Ferreira, Billings
- “Really nice place. Called trying to get into something older with more miles so I wouldn’t owe so much. They got me in a vehicle 4years newer with les… “
Hannah Mclendon, Billings
- “I bought my personal vehicle from the car factory when i worked at another carlot…I liked the way they did business so much that i actually came to… “
Chad Maki, Billings
- “Such a great place! They made it easy and the staff was fun and made the whole experience worth my trip over. I found my car at a great price and I co… “
Sharee Gregory, Billings
Please contact us with any questions or comments you have, and we’ll get back with you right away.
Most car dealers who sell used vehicles must comply with the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC’s) Used Car Rule. In fact, car dealers who sell, or offer for sale, more than five used vehicles in a 12-month period must comply with the Rule. Banks and financial institutions are exempt from the Rule, as are businesses that sell vehicles to their employees, and lessors who sell a leased vehicle to a lessee, an employee of the lessee, or a buyer found by the lessee.
The Used Car Rule applies in all states except Maine and Wisconsin. These two states are exempt because they have similar regulations that require dealers to post disclosures on used vehicles. The Rule applies in the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and American Samoa.
This booklet defines the Rule’s requirements, explains how to prepare and display the Buyers Guide, and offers a compliance checklist.
You must post a Buyers Guide before you display a vehicle for sale or let a customer inspect it for the purpose of buying it, even if the car is not fully prepared for delivery. You also must display a Buyers Guide on used vehicles for sale on your lot through consignment, power of attorney, or other agreement. At public auctions, dealers and the auction company must comply. The Rule does not apply at auctions that are closed to consumers.
Previously titled or not, any vehicle driven for purposes other than moving or test driving is considered a used vehicle, including light-duty vans, light-duty trucks, demonstrators, and program cars that meet the following specifications:
- a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of less than 8,500 pounds;
- a curb weight of less than 6,000 pounds; and
- a frontal area of less than 46 square feet.
Exceptions to the Rule are:
- any vehicle sold for scrap or parts if the dealer submits title documents to the appropriate state authority and obtains a salvage certification; and
- agricultural equipment.
A disclosure document that gives consumers important purchasing and warranty information, the Buyers Guide tells consumers:
- the major mechanical and electrical systems on the car, as well as some of the major problems that consumers should look out for;
- whether the vehicle is being sold “as is” or with a warranty;
- what percentage of the repair costs a dealer will pay under warranty;
- that oral promises are difficult to enforce;
- to get all promises in writing;
- to ask to have the car inspected by an independent mechanic before they buy;
- to get a vehicle history report and to visit ftc.gov/usedcars for information on how to get a vehicle history report, how to check for safety recalls, and other topics; and
- to ask for a Spanish Buyers Guide if the sale is conducted in Spanish; and
- to keep the Buyers Guide for reference after the sale.
If you conduct a used car transaction in Spanish, you must post a Spanish language Buyers Guide on the vehicle before you display or offer