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Selling a pre-owned luxury or exotic vehicle can take a lot of time and cause all sorts of frustration. While there are plenty of people looking for a everyday used car, truck, or SUV, there are only a select few who are in the market for a used luxury vehicle or an exotic sportscar. It could take several months for you to find the right buyer for your vehicle and then you still have to haggle over a price.
Instead, let us purchase your luxury or exotic vehicle. With Luxur Fine Cars of Edmonton, selling your high-end used vehicle is a quick, and easy process.
We know exactly what we’re looking for: high-end, well-maintained luxury and exotic cars, trucks, and SUVs. We only carry the best luxury vehicles available and put all trade-ins through a rigorous inspection; when we find a vehicle we like, we’re willing to offer a generous appraisal value. We’re the leading pre-owned luxury vehicle dealer in Alberta and go above and beyond to ensure our luxury and exotic inventory is second-to-none in the Edmonton area.
Of course, you can always take advantage of our Park & Sell Program where we do the hard work for you. Leave your vehicle with us and we will go through our massive network of contacts to find a buyer for your luxury car, truck, or SUV. While we search our network, your vehicle will be on display for all of our customers to see. It’s a unique program anyone selling a luxury or exotic vehicle should consider.
Whether you’re selling your luxury vehicle privately or to a dealership, there are a few small things you can do to ensure you get the best offer possible. When you sell your vehicle, follow these tips to help get the maximum value possible.
Fix the Little Details
Repair visible flaws like broken tail lights, windshield chips, and dents.
Replace burnt out interior lights, put on new wiper blades, and make sure all options and features are in working order.
Visit Your Mechanic
Take your vehicle for an inspection before you hang up the “For Sale” sign.
Get the mechanic to give your vehicle a good tune up, checking your fluids and filters to see if they need to be topped up or changed. It’s also a good idea to check your brakes, hoses, belts, and tire pressure.
Address any warning lights. Did you forget to reset your oil change indicator or does your ‘check engine’ light always come on? Talk to your mechanic to see how the issue(s) can be resolved.
If you discover serious problems then you’ll want to weigh out the cost and benefits of fixing them—will it help you make the sale or does it make more sense to leave it as is?
For any issues you opt not to have fixed, get your mechanic to give you an estimate so you can pass this information along to potential buyers.
Gather Your Records
Compile your service or maintenance records; if you typically perform oil changes and tune ups yourself then be prepared to tell shoppers how often you serviced the vehicle.
Put together notes on how you used the vehicle including your highway and city driving habits, and the number of kilometres you drive annually.
Make sure you have the owner’s manual handy along with extra keys.
Clean Inside and Out
Have your vehicle detailed by a professional. Automatic carwashes can leave scratches, so go the extra mile and have an expert make your vehicle look like new.
Use an engine cleaner or degreaser to clean things up under the hood.
Vacuum under and in-between the seats, clean out the cup-holders, and clear out the glove box. Wipe around all the knobs, switches, and the gearshift, and give the dashboard a good wash. Don’t forget to clean all the windows on the inside as well.
A lingering odour in your car could turn off a prospective buyer. Avoid the traditional tree-shaped car freshener and consider using an odor eliminator or a light, fresh scent to give your car a pleasant new aroma.