Nothing is better. It depends on your cash availability. If you have low cash and you are unable to mend it up, then, you might sell it without mending. But, if you have cash, then it is better to mend it up, raise the selling price by adding up the mending price and your profits over mending price, and then sell it up.
You will get what they offer. You are always better off to sell your car at below retail and buy a car without a trade. The dealer will rarely give you more than wholesale for your trade in. Sell your car, and then go buy yourself a car. You have much more leverage when buying without a trade.
have a friend with a fast car push the tempo or just trade it in for a better car. have a friend with a fast car push the tempo or just trade it in for a better car. have a friend with a fast car push the tempo or just trade it in for a better car. have a friend with a fast car push the tempo or just trade it in for a better car.
You usually will want to get an estimate in order to determine if your car is worth fixing. Many times, if it is your engine, it is not going to be worth fixing.
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don't trade in the car for scooter sell the car then sell the scooter you'll get better deal on both of them they won't be linked and you will be able to negotiate with both
You don't...you trade it in for a better car.
Type your answer here... no law .do what you want its your car
Your answer depends on the damage and what the repair shop will charge you for fixing it.
No, make the best deal you can on a purchase without a trade and then tell the dealer you have changed your mind and want to trade your old car in. You will then know what he is really giving you for your trade in.
You cannot sell or trade a car without a title. Apply for a duplicate title at your local DMV.
You can only trade in a car that has clear title. Depending on the dealership, it may work to bring the owner of the car with you to sign off on its being a trade. Or, get the title changed at the DMV into your name before shopping for a car. If this is your wife's car, think twice about doing it without her involvement.
Yes, but be aware you will get at the most wholesale for each vehicle. Must better off to sell the cars and buy the car outright with no trade.
Jacob is fixing the 'Rabbit' which he saved from the scrap yard and he is fixing it for himself so he can drive it around
It is a requirement to have a driving licence to buy cars in some countries.
my car is being fixed by the mechanic
It's really not worth fixing even if you could. It's better to just buy a new one.
Yes, i am a dealer in sc, people do it all the time
Yes, as long as you have the title or transfer of ownership registration.
They will not take the no title car on trade.
You can fix a paint chip from a car by going to a near automobile fixing center. In addition, you can follow online video tutorials on car fixing on websites such as Youtube.
Only with considerable difficulty. You're probably better off to trade your car in for one with AC.
You can trade the cars all in for what you want. Trade for what is on the market
there is no answer to this without consulting the garage where you want to trade the car, sorry
Most likely a used car lot will give you more for a used trade in. New dealerships like to deal with new cars only and will pay far less like $200-$300 for every thousand you car is worth and if car has over a hundred thousand miles the new dealership will probably not even accept it at all as a trade-in. A used car lot however will most likely give you a better value from your used car and a better trade in value because they deal with used cars and they are most likely going to resale you car and make some profit which is good for him.
No, you can trade a used car for another used car