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Will car dealerships buy my car?
Car Loan

2020-12-15
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Whether you are looking to buy or sell a car, it is important to find the right dealership to work with you. You want to work with someone who can answer your questions, is able to work with purchasing your old car, and one who treats you well. At Hartland Automotive Sales, we are here to help you each step of the way. We are proud of serving our customers, providing them with the best deals on a new car, and assisting them with selling or trading in their old ride.

Will a Dealership Buy My Car If I Don’t Buy From Them?

Yes, most car dealerships will purchase your car, even if you do not purchase a new car from them. Keep in mind though that most of the time, you can get more for a trade-in of that same vehicle than a full cash offer depending on which dealership you choose to go with. If you just want to get rid of a car without all the hassle, visiting a dealership and selling to them, especially when their inventory is low, can be a good option.

How Much Will a Dealership Buy My Car For?

The amount that a dealership will pay for your vehicle depends on a few different factors. They will look at the make and model of the vehicle along with the features that are on the vehicle. They can look at the age, the shape it is in, and how many miles have been put on the vehicle. They may consider how much demand there is for that type of vehicle as well before making you an offer.

Is It Best to Buy a Car from a Dealership?

There are benefits and negatives to purchasing your vehicle from a dealer and from a private party. Knowing what these are will help you figure out whether purchasing from a dealership is the right option for you.

Many people enjoy going to a dealership to help them find their next vehicle. There are often more vehicles to look through and it can save a lot of time. Many dealers are also more willing to work with you to find the best car option and they will take your trade-in without having to worry about selling it on your home.

While the prices of the vehicles are often higher with a dealer compared to purchasing from a private party, you will find that it is often best to purchase from a dealership. They can answer your questions, they have more options that can save you time, and they check out the vehicle ahead of time so you know it is safe for you to use.

If you are interested in purchasing a new vehicle, contact us at Hartland Automotive Sales. We have many great new and used options to consider based on your needs. We are also happy to purchase your vehicle, whether you plan to purchase a car from us or not. Contact us today or come on down today!

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