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Car myths exposed: Selling your vehicle

Car myths exposed: Selling your vehicle

Photo By  David Yamasaki

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Myth: AutoNation will only buy my vehicle if I buy one of theirs. False. At every AutoNation location, we’ll buy your car and you are not obligated to buy one of ours. That’s right; you don’t have to buy a …

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Today’s strange used cars market

Today’s strange used cars market

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Which vehicle do you think would cost more: A new Corvette or a used Corvette? If you said the new version, you’d be wrong. According to Edmunds.com a new Corvette costs $12 less a month than its one year old …

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Get the most for your trade-in

Get the most for your trade-in

If you’ve ever felt slighted by a dealer when you traded in your car, this video is for you. We’re giving you insider tips on how to get the most value from your trade-in when you’re ready to purchase a new vehicle. Following these suggestions will put more money back into your pocket the next time you’re ready to trade in. Let us help you through the new car buying and trade-in process. Visit your local AutoNation dealership or http://www.AutoNation.com.

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Getting the most money for your trade-in

Getting the most money for your trade-in

Photo By  Tracy Olson

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Trading in your vehicle has advantages that selling doesn’t. First is convenience. Most trade-ins can be done the same day. A retailer is willing to take your car as-is, meaning you don’t have to clean up your car before trading …

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Should I sell my used car myself or trade it in?

Should I sell my used car myself or trade it in?

There are some people who love the process of selling a car on their own. For them, selling is like a competitive sport. Who is better at negotiating, my opponent or me? If you’re not the competitive type, but still …

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