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If you trade your car in on a new or used vehicle can you get some of the cash given back to you?

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2008-08-28 10:31:22
2008-08-28 10:31:22

yes It depends on the value of the car that you are trading in, if the car that you are trading in has more value than the car you will be traded for then the dealer or private party may give you some cash to make the deal even.

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