We will quickly get you a no obligation offer then provide you with a hassle-free selling or trading experience.
1) Tell Us About Your Vehicle —> CLICK HERE
2) Get your Offer
4) Apply the Value of your Trade-In to Your Chosen Vehicle
5) Complete the Transaction & Drive Away in Your New Vehicle
1) Tell Us About Your Vehicle
Simply answer a few questions about your vehicle. That information will allow our team to accurately estimate the value of the vehicle you’d like to trade-in. This can be done via the link above, chat, email, or phone.
2) Get an Offer on Your Vehicle
Whether in person or remotely, we will provide you with an aggressive offer for your vehicle. To do so, we will reference vehicle history reports, assess the over condition of the vehicle, & do comparative market research to come up with a cash based offer on your vehicle.
3) Select Your Next Vehicle from our New or Preowned Vehicle Inventory
At Whitten Brothers, we have an ever-expanding inventory of the best new and pre owned vehicles available to you. Take advantage of this selection when you are looking for your new ride and test drive every make and model that appeals to your needs and taste.
4) Apply the Value of your Vehicle Trade-In (less anything owed) towards the purchase of or down payment on your next vehicle.
Once you’ve landed on the car you would like to purchase, and have accepted the offer for the value of the vehicle you are trading in, you can apply that value towards the new purchase with one simple transaction!
5) Complete the transaction & drive away in your new vehicle!
It’s as simple as that to drive away in your new ride!
If you feel it’s time to upgrade from your current car to a newer vehicle, Whitten Brothers is here to help. Our goals for the trade-in of your car are to get you the best value possible for your current vehicle as well as make the process of trading in your vehicle easy & efficient. One of the easiest ways to do this, is to trade in your vehicle at Whitten Brothers, where you can purchase your next car in the same transaction. There are plenty of benefits of trading your car in with Whitten that we will get to, but first, let’s find out how this process runs at our dealerships.
Q: Can I use my trade in as a down payment?
Q: Can I trade in a vehicle if I owe money on it? If so, how does this work?
A: Yes! If you owe money on your vehicle, we will pay off your current loan on that vehicle, so you do not have to. If you owe less than your vehicle is worth, you can apply that equity as a down payment on your next vehicle. If you owe more than your vehicle is worth, we can work with you to help arrange financing & likely still get you into a new vehicle.
Q: What do I need to bring to trade a sell or trade a vehicle?
A: To sell or trade a vehicle, we need your Driver’s License & Registration. If no money is owed, bring your title. If money is owed, we will get a 10-day payoff from your bank with you.
Q: If my vehicle is broken or damaged, should I fix it before selling or trading it?
A: In short, no. The time, energy, & money you invest in repairing your vehicle will not by exceeded by the increase in value if you sell or trade it to us. You should sell or trade your vehicle as is & let us worry about the repairs.
Q: Why is it beneficial to trade-in?
A: When you trade-in you don’t have to worry about selling the vehicle yourself or any of the associated costs (advertising, showing the car, etc). A dealer may offer a price you could not get yourself as an incentive to purchase a new vehicle. If the trade-in has known problems that could plague you later (when the buyer returns complaining), selling the car to the dealer eliminates the bother. Trading-in a lease car may relieve you of, in the long run, monthly costs you cannot afford.
Q: How much can I expect to get?
A: Check used car values in guides issued by organizations such as Edmunds.com or the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA). Often both trade-in and private sale values are listed. Factors such as mileage, overall condition, damage and known mechanical problems heavily influence the trade-in value.