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Trading in Your Car? This Could Make You Thousands.

It’s 2015 and you’re still thinking about trading in your car?

We’ll I’ve got news for you – trading in a car in this day and age is ridiculous, and it’s costing you thousands.

It’s time to re-evaluate the way that you think when it comes to selling your car, because the future is here, and if you’re not onboard you’re losing money.

 

So how can you make more money for your car when you’re ready to sell? That’s simple.

 

-Consign it.-

 

Don’t trade it in, don’t sell it yourself — have a specialist consign it.

 

Here’s 8 reasons why you should consign your car rather than trading it in.

  1. You’ll make more money

We’re not just talking about a few bucks – we’re talking an average of $2000 or more.

  1. You don’t have to deal with paperwork

Consignment lots deal with all of the pain in the *** paperwork that comes with selling a car, so you can sit back and watch Netflix.

  1. You don’t have to find a buyer

Consignment dealers already have customers coming to their lots every day, so finding a buyer is a piece of cake.

  1. You don’t have to wash, detail, or service it

Consignment lots take care of all of that for you. They have mechanics and detail crews to make sure that your car looks clean and runs well.

  1. You get professional advertising

Not only do consignment lots get traffic to their business every day — many of them also have a number of high traffic websites where they post your car, so anyone searching for it online is going to be able to find it.

  1. It’s Legal

Most people don’t know that in many cities it is actually illegal to park your car with a “for sale” sign in the window. Consignment is 100% legal.

  1. It’s Safe

Dealers take special precautions to ensure that your vehicle is safe. They also have to abide by laws and regulations pertaining to vehicle sales, which gives the buyer some peace of mind.

  1. You’ve got nothing to lose

Most consignment dealers don’t charge anything for selling your car, they just add some money to the sales price to cover their expenses.

 

 

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Author: Tyler Reyes

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