Get Your Car History Report
You're already looking for your next ride. When you find one you're interested in, get the facts.
Get the facts!
Check out the CARFAX Canada reports for the vehicles you're considering. They’ll help you get the right car at the right price
Make the purchase, and drive away happy and confident that you found the best car for you.
We have run over 21,000,000 vehicle history reports.
Here's what they can tell you:
All the info you need for a smart transaction.
Buying or selling a used car can be intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. Trust CARFAX Canada to give you up-to-date, impartial information about everything that's happened in a vehicle's past.
1 in 5 Canadian vehicles has an unfixed safety recall. Does yours?
An estimated 1 in 5 Canadian vehicles has an unfixed safety recall, meaning it has been deemed unsafe to drive by its own manufacturer. CARFAX Canada can tell you if a car has any unfixed safety recalls, so you can be confident that you or your buyer will be safe behind the wheel.
45% of vehicles run by CARFAX Canada have a lien registered against them.
A car lien is an interest in the car that the owner grants to another party (such as a bank, financial institution, or other party), usually as security or collateral for a debt, until such debt has been discharged. If the person you’re buying from has a lien on the vehicle and doesn’t tell you about it, you could find yourself responsible for the remainder of their debt. Make sure there are no registered liens before you buy a used car. Don’t know what a lien is? You’re not alone.
Introducing CARFAX Canada badges, another chapter in your vehicle's story.
There are certain things you’re looking for in a used car, and we want to help you find them — easily. That’s why we’ve added badges to our vehicle history reports. Find out if the vehicle has what you’re looking for — at a single glance.
Want to know more?
Download CARFAX Canada's free used car buying guide
Learn how to finalize a private used car sale
View a sample CARFAX Canada report