Auto

The hub for auto sales is located at the Auto Park at Valley Center.

Located along Interstate 15 at the Roy Rogers exit, The Auto Park at Valley Center provides an unparalleled variety of new and used cars, including motorcycles. Comprising approximately 60-acres, the Auto Park has served the Victor Valley community since 1999 and is undergoing major expansion plans.

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A good place to park your business.

The City of Victorville's Auto Park at Valley Center includes eight premier dealerships for residents as the only auto mall in the entire Victor Valley. Built upon the former site of the Roy Rogers Museum at Interstate-15, the Auto Park boasts prime freeway frontage and high visibility in the center of Victorville. The Auto Park has sites available for new franchise development.

  • GMC
  • Honda
  • Toyota
  • KIA
  • Jeep
  • Nissan
  • SCION
  • FIAT
  • Harley Davidson
  • Mitsubishi Motors
  • DODGE
  • RAM
  • Chrysler
  • Buick

prime location.

The only auto mall in the entire Victor Valley, the Auto Park at Valley Center offers a central location with easy freeway access, is located off I-15, US-395 and SR-18 between Los Angeles and Las Vegas—just 40 miles from I-10 and I-40. Other nearby main routes include SR-58, SR-60, I-215, I-210 and SR-138.

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providing the right horsepower to businesses.

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The City of Victorville is actively involved in business development and retention throughout the city, with the ultimate goal of bringing jobs to the local community and creating a growing community. By providing a business-friendly environment and offering many incentives, Victorville focuses on providing an ideal business climate for new businesses to flourish and for companies looking to relocate to Southern California.

one of victorville’s economic engines.

In 2007, the City of Victorville partnered with several dealerships at the Auto Park to create the Auto Park at Valley Center Association. The purpose of the Association is to further promote recognition of the Auto Park and its dealerships through a collaborative effort. The Association worked with the City to construct two 65-foot freeway monument signs, once of which contains the Valley’s largest freeway LED display. New developments continue at the Auto Park at Valley Center and the surrounding area.

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Read about some of our most successful Auto Park endeavors.

Want to learn more about Victorville’s Auto Park plans? Please visit our site.