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Top Five Factors that Affect the Trade-In Value of Your Used Car

One of the best ways to save money on a new car is to trade in your old one. A trade-in may be better than selling the car yourself because you avoid the paperwork needed, such as an inspection document and emissions test, not to mention proof of expenses on reconditioning the car, often presented by an individual seller. 115 more words


What to Know About Trading in Your Existing Car

The steps you should be taking as you head to the dealership
Are you thinking about trading in your current car for a new one? Before rushing to the dealership and signing any papers, there are a few things you should consider. 424 more words

Tips & Best Practices

How Do I Sell My Car? Use these Savvy Negotiating Tips to Find the Answer

“Not everyone can sell.” This is a common expression among salespeople. You may not be prepared to sell things for a living, but everybody has to sell something one day, and very often it’s their car. 156 more words


What Is My Trade Worth

It is one of the first questions that customers ask, but it is the wrong question. What customers should be asking is, “What is my trade really worth.” Sounds like the same question, but one word can make a huge difference. 510 more words

Car Buying

My 15 Seconds With Springsteen

It’s a little ironic that I ended up meeting Bruce Springsteen at a used record store. 

Last week I had the incredible opportunity to attend a meet-and-greet with The Boss at a store outside of Atlanta called 2nd and Charles – a place where you trade in used cds, records, books, movies and games… 1,257 more words


Trade In Value

We drive old cars.  No, I mean old—not vintage, not antique, not retro.  There is no moniker of dignity you can put on the age of our automobiles.  358 more words

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