Browse the latest new and pre-owned vehicles from 10 licensed franchised dealerships, all at the Fraser Valley Auto Mall, then test drive your favourites on the convenient perimeter loop.

Why THIS is where you need to spring into your new vehicle!

10 dealerships, one easy-to-navigate loop a winning combination

With many vehicles currently driving local roads more than five or 10 years old, there’s a good chance you haven’t visited an auto dealership for years.

And rapidly changing technology also means the features in today’s new vehicles are likely vastly different from your current ride.

Both are key reasons why visiting the Fraser Valley Auto Mall before your next purchase is essential, says manager Steve Magown.

“The average person hasn’t walked into a dealership for up to 10 years,” Magown says, noting today’s vehicle shopping experience is a far cry from the high-pressure tactics of the past. “Today’s industry is relationship-based and it’s about feeling comfortable as you shop.”

Reaching beyond sales and into service, insurance, financing and more, the experts in all facets of vehicle ownership are in one location. “We’ve worked hard to get the right staff in place and the people we have are amazing.”

On the technology front, safety isn’t the only thing grabbing buyers’ attention.

Through efficient design and innovative new features, newer vehicles also offer huge fuel economy benefits – great news for those feeling battered at the fuel pumps right now!

“Just in fuel economy, a new vehicle will probably save you quite a bit on gas,” Magown notes.

And for those who prefer to buy pre-owned, with so many new vehicles driving off the lot right now, all those trade-ins mean you’ll find a great selection when searching your next new-to-you vehicle.

Why the Fraser Valley Auto Mall is the place to find your new wheels:

Reason 1: Choice. Browse the latest new and pre-owned vehicles from 10 licensed franchised dealerships, all with strong reputations to make it right for your buying or leasing experience.

Reason 2: Test drive made easy. When you step into an unfamiliar ride, the idea of pulling into hectic, Lower Mainland traffic is stressful. The mall’s convenient perimeter loop makes your test drive a breeze! And if you want to test your new wheels further afield, you can access city, highway and rural roads in minutes.

Reason 3: It’s your one-stop vehicle shop. You already love the vehicle selection at Fraser Valley Auto Mall, but did you know you can also get your insurance, financing, parts and servicing there too? The 10 dealerships together have more than 150 service bays, with licensed technicians providing warranty-approved service at competitive rates. There’s even a full-service auto body shop and various other tenants servicing the auto industry and its customers.

Reason 4: Local supports local. The Auto Mall employs well over 350 employees who live and work in the community. Its dealerships are also avid supporters of local community groups and initiatives on many levels.

Reason 5: They make it so easy! Visit the Fraser Valley Auto Mall on Automall Drive, immediately adjacent to Highway 1, Exit 83/Mt Lehman North in Abbotsford today. Learn more at

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