So you have decided to get a new vehicle, but you are torn between trading it in to a dealership or selling it yourself. In this case, you may want to choose the former.
By trading your car into a dealership, you will be assured of whom you’re dealing with. When you sell your car yourself, you might have to deal with random strangers and meet with people you don’t know. Plus, you won’t have to post your item for sale in a various listing or buy-and-sell websites, which can be confusing at times.
In addition, you will not deal with the financial transaction and the DMV registration paperwork if you choose to trade your car into a dealership. You just want to sell your car and get a new one, so you may want to save yourself from other stress.
Trading your car into a dealership can actually provide you some tax advantages as well, in addition to lowering your payments on a new car.
If you want to know what your vehicle is worth, you can check WestHerr.com. There’s a “Value Your Trade” tool there called Trade Pending. Just type your car make, model, and year. Within minutes, you will already know your vehicle’s worth.
If you still have a car loan balance, you can visit our dealerships to evaluate your vehicle and to provide options for your trade-in, including rolling your balance into your new car loan.