Ready to say goodbye to your old vehicle but don’t know where to start? (Don’t worry—he’ll find a new home
There are essentially two routes to take to sell it: go to a dealership or find a private buyer. But which is the best option for you? Here are a few benefits of both.
In honor of Earth Day, I’d like to educate you — make you a little SMARTer!
Recently, a customer traded their 2008 Smart Car in for a new 2010 Chevrolet Corvette. As curious as I am, I had to take that bad boy for a little test-drive.
If you’re looking for an eco-friendly car, you gotta check this out. The Smart Car receives approximately 41 miles per gallon on the highway. If you’re looking for a fun, easy to park (anywhere), gas-saving vehicle … this may be right for you.
For more information on green cars, check out one of my previous posts
It's boat time!!!
1955 Bel Air
Most times, when a customer purchases a new or pre-owned vehicle from us, they’re trading in something, too. Being an auto dealership, you’d assume that would mean vehicles, right?
Not always! When I asked several of our longtime employees about the strangest trade-in offers they’ve received, I was blown away by their answers. Here are the top-10 craziest offers:
- A golf cart and snowmobile
- A 1955 Chevy Bel Air and 1957 Ford Country Sedan
- A boat
- An RV
- A computer
- A vacuum cleaner
- Two Peterbilt Semis
- A horse and buggy
Are you preparing to trade in a vehicle? And, what’s the craziest thing you’ve traded in?