It’s 2017, and maybe you’ve made up your mind to sell your used car for cash in Honolulu. There are many reasons people choose to go this route; maybe you’re stationed at JBPHH and moving away from the island soon, or perhaps you could use some extra cash and you have a vehicle you don’t really use or need. Regardless of the reason, it doesn’t have to be a difficult, stressful, or drawn out process that goes on for weeks! If you’ve ever listed a vehicle for sale in the local newspaper or an online advertising site, you know there are lots of tire kickers and endless phone calls.
No matter which route you go to sell your used car, it’s a good idea to make any minor repairs and clean your vehicle up so it’s more attractive to potential buyers. If you’re selling to an individual or working with a dealer, you’ll want to gather all the documentation regarding maintenance of the vehicle such as oil changes, replacement of brake pads, tune-ups, etc. In many cases buyers will pay more for a vehicle when it’s clear the car has been well-cared for!
While tires aren’t cheap, if yours are obviously worn down to the threads you’ll want to replace them to make selling your vehicle easier. To get top dollar, you may also want to consider having your vehicle professionally detailed so that every nook and cranny inside and out is clean as a whistle, and the finish is shining like new.
There are lots of things to consider if you’re looking to sell to an individual or dealer, however when you work with a company who buys used cars for cash, you typically don’t have to worry so much about all of these details. At CarMark Hawaii, we purchase used vehicles that are in good condition, up to 10 years old, and that have up to 100,000 miles. While we don’t accept salvage titles, these are basically the rules! Simple.
If you’re in the Air Force or Army and being deployed, or simply someone who lives on Oahu and is looking to trade in your used car for cash, look no further. Fill out our online appraisal form, and turn your car into cash today!