To sell a used SUV for a good price it is best to not go through a dealer as they will most likely pay you much less than what you could get by selling it privately. To sell your vehicle on your own, you can list your SUV in classified listings in a local newspaper or Penny Saver. You might also try advertising the fact that your vehicle is on sale, on the vehicle itself.
It is especially wrong if you are not completely frank to the customer about the drawbacks of your product.
The Kelly Blue Book website can give you a basic idea of what you can expect for it. Bear in mind that the values given for an individual selling a vehicle privately are going to be less than what a licensed dealership will be able to sell it for. See related link for more information.
Corporations are less risky than privately owned businesses or sole proprieties because they have many owners and each owner is only responsible for a share instead of the whole business being the responsibility of one person.
Yes, you do need a medical card for a commercial vehicle that weighs less than 26000lbs.
less than 20% less than 20%
Yes, you can sell a vehicle that is still being financed. You will need to pay the loan company the balance of the loan with the sale proceeds in order to give the buyer a clear title. If you have to sell the car for less than you owe, you will be responsible for paying the balance out of your own pocket in order to transact a legal sale.
You can sell a car without a title. Most people will sell them as parts cars. If the car ever had a title in your name then you can go to the court house and get a lost title for it. If you never had the car in your name you will have to tell and buyers that it does not have a title. It will sell for less than if it had a title but you can still sell it.
Less than 1/4 mile
Impound will sell your car after the impound fees are higher than the value of the vehicle.
Sell it for much less than it is worth, to an Arab.
Yes, they will use less fuel but the fuel they use is more costly. A diesel vehicle also costs more than the same vehicle equipped with a petrol engine.
You cannot sell a vehicle with no buyers, Advertise to attract customers. Newspaper, internet, etc. Price the vehicle reasonably. be willing to take less than you ask. Make sure the car is as clean as possible, and do not lie about it. Tell any prospective buyer anything that is wrong with the car. Sell the car "AS IS" and have a written paper available that spells that out in detail. Have the buyer sign the paper and date it.
If you are using E85 fuel yes it will get less mileage. If you are using regular unleaded there will be no difference.
Sell something for that amount.
If you mean after a reposession, yes, you are liable for the difference. When a vehicle is repo'd they don't bother to try and get all they can for it because you are liable for the rest. Sorry. I've been there.
In most states, the lender will sell the car. If they sell it for more than you owed, they keep the extra money. If they sell it for less than you owed, they send you a bill for the difference.
If the vehicle is less than 10 years old, the dealer can sell you one. If the vehicle is over 10 years old and the dealer no longer carries that part, you can search the automotive salvage yards for a used one.
It depends. If the gameboy is new, you can sell it for the same amount you bought it for. If it is used, you should sell it for less than how much you bought it for.
As far as I know, there is no age requirement for the individual, but there are age limits for the vehicle. The vehicle, in most cases can be no older than 5 years, or have less than 85,000 miles. Some lenders may give you a hard time if the book value of the vehicle is less than the value of the loan you're trying to get.
$125 don't sell it for less than $100
i dont know. i asked you
it's less than a diamond but it depends on who you sell it to