At Marshall Motors we have years of experience in Automotive Financing. We have special agreements with almost every major bank, over half a dozen finance companies and are affiliated with over 30 credit unions to get you the best available rates, terms and approvals. Every bank will look at every customer and every car loan differently. With our experience we can find the right match for you every time.
Your credit doesn't have to be perfect to get a used car, truck or SUV loan at Marshall Motors. In fact, if you have bad credit, no credit, been bankrupt, or even if you have had a vehicle repossessed we can still get you approved.
If you have at least one month on the job, your approval is guaranteed!
Simply complete the online application, we will access your credit and then match your information to the best possible financing source. A few short hours later we will contact you with a pre-approval. All you need to do next is to bring down your last two paystubs, a valid driver's licence and pick out your new vehicle.
Virden, Manitoba (pop. 3220) is a town in southwestern Manitoba. Oil was first discovered in 1951, and Virden has since come to be known as the "Oil Capital of Manitoba".
It developed as a farming community, but grew in the late 19th century as a result of the railway, and in the 1950s with the discovery of oil.
The town is located at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway (also known as Highway #1) and Highway 83 (the 'Palms to Pines' route) and is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Wallace. Virden is a regional service centre owing in part to its location, and it has a stable commercial sector, including a Tim Hortons, an A&W fast food restaurant, Subway, Chicken Chef, several other restaurants, gas stations, as well as body shop Virden Auto Body and several coffee shops,along with the Derrick Theatre.
Known as the "Victorian Home on the Prairies", the Pioneer Home Museum exists within a late 19th century home. With over ten thousand donated items relating to Virden and area, the Museum's collection is extensive. It is open May to September and offers guided tours by youth guides. The museum is located at 390 King Street West in Virden. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.