Used Cars, Trucks and SUVs for sale in Brampton

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At Canada Motor Car Cambridge, we recondition our vehicles beyond the Ministry of Ontario provincial standards including the Ontario DRIVE CLEAN PROGRAM. We provide all of our customers a CarProof and UCDA History Report.

We purchase our fleet of vehicles from authorized auctions that provide full disclosure on all the vehicles, so you are guaranteed a high quality pre-owned vehicle.

Proudly serving Brampton and the entire Halton, GTA, KW and Golden Horseshoe regions,

Brampton Economy: Companies with headquarters in Brampton include Loblaw Companies Ltd. Its current largest employers are Rogers Communications Inc., Chrysler Canada Brampton Assembly Plant, Loblaw Companies Ltd., Maple Lodge Farms, Canadian Tire Corp, Zellers (offices and distribution), Coca-Cola Bottling Company Ltd., Gamma-Dynacare Medical Laboratories, and Olymel L.P.. Loblaws, Maple Lodge and Zellers presence in the city includes their Canadian head office, national headquarters in the city include Bacardi, Brita, and Clorox. The city is home to Canadian Forces Army Reserve unit The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment).

Brampton Used Cars, Used Trucks Brampton, Used SUVs Brampton

Major companies in Brampton include: IKO Industries, Best Buy (and Future Shop), Brafasco, The Clorox Company, Ford, Rogers Communications, Nortel, Para Paints, Coca Cola Bottling Co., Nestlé, Chrysler Canada Ltd., Maple Lodge Farms, Sofina Foods Inc, Hudson's Bay Company (HBC), Frito Lay Canada, MDA Space Missions, Parkinson Coach Line and Canadian Tire. An automobile manufacturing facility was opened by American Motors (AMC) in 1960 as the Brampton Assembly Plant. In 1986, AMC developed a new, state-of-the-art operation at another location and called it "Bramalea Assembly".

After AMC was acquired by Chrysler in 1987, AMC's Canadian division and its plants in the area (Brampton and Bramalea) were absorbed with the older facility closing in 1992. The newest factory was renamed Brampton Assembly and it became one of Brampton's largest employers with over 4,200 workers when running at capacity. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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