If you’re thinking of selling your car let’s consider what’s involved. There are several different ways and methods to sell your car.
At the end of the day, all you want is the best price, for the least fuss. Sounds simple. Let’s look at what options are really available to you, and how this would affect the price you finally achieve for your vehicle.
If you find yourself in the unenviable position of having to sell your car regardless of price, in order to raise an amount of cash very quickly, this could leave you in quite a predicament, as you would be at the mercy of cash for cars companies. It is important that you offer your car to the right Cash for Cars Dealer Christchurch. For instance, dealers who buy BMWs, don’t buy Nissans & vice versa. By contacting Used Car Guys, you would be assured of receiving a competitive and fair price for whatever make and model your vehicle happens to be.
Selling a car is hard work! You could receive quite a number of phone calls from customers seemingly interested and wishing to make an appointment for viewing, sometimes at odd and inconvenient times. Frequently, these potential customers can be unreliable and very often will fail to turn up at all.
Negotiating a price for your vehicle with a customer can also be a very difficult and stressful experience. Generally speaking, when a customer does come to view your vehicle, they may have already viewed other vehicles that are of a similar price and age, and so they will be fully aware of what is available and will no doubt wish to negotiate a price that only they are happy to pay. Do not be under any illusions, a customer will expect a large and in some cases, very large discount.
For instance, when advertising a vehicle for NZD5900, you are quite likely to be offered approx. NZD4000 or less depending on condition. It is important to remember; the customer may have viewed and made offers on numerous vehicles similar to your own. Any prospective customer and their entourage will almost certainly expect to test drive your vehicle. Do they have a driving licence? Do they have insurance? Would you be happy to accompany them on a test drive? If not, would you be comfortable allowing them to test drive on their own?
After the sale, if the vehicle were to develop a fault, they may expect you to contribute or pay for the repairs. Finally, payment is another difficult aspect when selling your vehicle privately. All methods of payment can be risky, e.g. cash, cheques or even bank transfers. Cash can be counterfeit, cheques can bounce, and it may be potentially dangerous to give out your bank details. These are all things to consider when deciding which route to take you sell your car..
If you approached Cash for Cars Dealer Christchurch (Used Car Guys) Company with the intention of selling, your car what would you expect and what would the process be?
We specialise in buying cars, utes and vans from the general public. We are an independent, well established local business and have years of knowledge and experience within the motor industry. We buy any car or van, any make, any model and any condition.
We can offer you more than other dealers. We will buy your car or van and give you a fair price not just a dealer trade-in price, therefore you will get more. We are passionate about what we do and provide an unparalleled personal service when buying your car. Selling your car or van to us could not be simpler. Based in Sockburn, Christchurch we are also easy to find.
The most important question. We can pay any normal payment method e.g cash, cleared cheque, bank draft or electronic transfer. This can be discussed after we have agreed to buy the car.
We have just discussed three methods of disposing your vehicle.
As we have pointed out earlier, these three methods are all quite different. At the end of the day, if you are realistic with the price you wish to achieve, we also wish to be the most competitive car buyer. If a mutual price can be agreed, we could certainly simplify and take the stress out of selling your car. Put it this way, it is certainly worth an inquiry. It doesn’t cost anything to ask and there is nothing to lose. We look forward to hearing from you!