Car trade-in: Worth the switch?
By Autocrisis.com ®
trade in a car when you sell your used car to a
dealer, and buy another car from them. Usually, you can get more money for your
used car by selling it yourself.
people prefer to sell used cars by trading them
in at car dealerships because of the convenience. The downside of this is that
car dealers rarely give you a trade-in value close to the value of your car.
Most of the time, dealers will offer you about half your car's worth in trade-in
you decide to trade-in your used car, truck or SUV, instead of placing a used
car for sale by owner ad , read the below tips.
- Never reveal to a dealer, your intention to trade-in a used car.
- To get a better deal at a car dealership, negotiate and settle on a price
for the car you're buying first. Then, let them know you want to do a trade-in.
- Find out your used car's wholesale and retail value before going to a
car dealer. Dealers normally give a wholesale value for car trade-ins, after
they have deducted the cost of reconditioning. So having this information
handy will help you in your negotiations, as you will be aware of what your
car is worth ahead of time.
- Some dealers may create a charge-back to you somewhere in your purchase
contract without your knowledge. Make sure you read and understand your
entire purchase contract before you sign it.
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