Value Your Trade
Car and Driver Value Your Trade Tool
The Car and Driver Value Your Trade tool uses Black Book values — the same values dealerships use to fairly appraise vehicles — to give you a fair estimate of what your car might be worth before you even leave the comfort of home! Picture this: you’re shopping for a new vehicle. You need to know how much your trade-in is worth so you can apply that amount against your new auto loan. But you’re not yet ready to visit Bob Ross Buick GMC in Centerville just yet. That’s where our easy Car and Driver Value Your Trade Tool comes in! Use it now, then book your trade-in appraisal when you’re ready. It’s that easy!
Bob Ross Buick GMC Finance Center
Here at the Bob Ross Buick GMC finance center, we work hard to ensure that you have access to a car lease or loan that meets your budgetary needs. Plus, we want to be a resource to you with questions like “how much is my trade-in worth?” and “how much should I put down on a new car?”. If you have any inquiries, don’t be shy! Just reach out to us and we’ll happily assist.
How to Find the Trade Value of Your Car
How do you find the trade value of your car? To find the trade value of your car, first you need to know about estimated trade-in value vs. appraised trade-in value. The former is just that: an estimate. In other words, it takes things like vehicle condition, age, mileage, and more into account. An appraised trade-in value is what you’ll get when you bring your vehicle into a dealership, where your vehicle will physically be inspected. The appraised trade-in value is usually the same as the initial firm trade-in offer you get, which itself is open to negotiation.
Find the Trade-In Value of Your Car Now!
Ready to get the trade-in value of your car? Now that you know how to find the trade-in value of your car, all that’s left is to put our valuation tool to work!