How and what to fix, and how much it will change your asking price
In last months newsletter, we talked about selling your car, and the best way to go about it. Preparing your car for sale can be as simple, or as complex, as you choose to make it. Of course, first impressions count when selling or trading a car, and as such having your car look as clean and “new” as possible will significantly increase the likelihood of making the sale.
If you need some pointers on the best way to get your car as clean as possible follow the link at the bottom of the page.
As we go about our daily business, driving to and from work, or doing the shopping, or going for a drive on weekends, it’s not uncommon to pick up minor scratches and dents. Most of these little shopping trolley dents can be fixed fairly effortlessly with the right know-how. Check out the newsletter we wrote last year about these little dents and scratches here – Depending on the age of the car these little scratches can be forgiven although if you want top dollar for your automobile it certainly pays to have them fixed.
While little dents and scratches can be forgiven serious dents and deep scratches adversely affect the value of your car. Most buyers will use any reason to talk down price, and big cosmetic issues can give potential buyers leverage on price, or simply scare them off entirely.
If you have a car with dents and scratches, big or small, give us a call and let us help, you could see the value of your car increase overnight!
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