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How to Sell a Used Car Springfield MO

Psychology is a powerful and important part of buying and selling cars. Perception can be reality. What a potential buyer thinks and feels about your used car is more important than facts and figures. Learn how to get the most money.

Springfield Freightliner Sales
(417) 862-5050
3020 E Division Street
Springfield, MO
Services
Truck Parts,Truck Dealers,Used Truck Dealers

Autorom.com
(417) 882-8124
3389 S Scenic Ave Ste A
Springfield, MO

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Payless Auto Paint and Supplies
(417) 865-0226
2904 W Chestnut Expy
Springfield, MO

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Compton Auto Sales
(417) 831-4232
1543 E Kearney St
Springfield, MO

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Dons Truck Towing Truck Wash
(660) 827-2970
4735 S Limit Avenue
Sedalia, MO
Services
Electric Car Repair,Trailer Repair,Truck Parts,Truck Detailing,Used Truck Dealers

Five Star Motor Co
(417) 873-9555
660 S Glenstone Ave
Springfield, MO

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College Street Car Sales Incorporated
(800) 433-3243
2600 W College Rd
Springfield, MO

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Thompson Auto Sales
(417) 831-8030
1845 N Grant Ave
Springfield, MO

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Wholesale Car Co
(417) 725-6730
1407 N Massey Blvd
Nixa, MO

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Montgomery Sales
(573) 564-2489
1816 Highway 161
Montgomery City, MO
Services
Truck Auto Body,Truck Parts,Truck Dealers,Used Truck Dealers

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How to Sell a Used Car

Selling a used car is preferable to trading. You'll receive close to full retail value rather than accepting wholesale value if you trade.

Prepare to sell your used car

Psychology is a powerful and important part of buying and selling cars. Perception can be reality. What a potential buyer thinks and feels about your used car is more important than facts and figures.

If a potential buyer sees your car is filthy inside and out, she is very likely to assume, rightly or wrongly, that you don't take any better care of your car in other ways.

The implication might be that you don't change your oil, don't perform regular maintenance, don't make necessary repairs, and don't take care when driving. So, the simple fact that you didn't take the time to clean up your car could easily kill a possible deal.

Although some savvy buyers might look past the dirt on your car and see it for what it really is, you really don't want to assume that this will always be the case.

On the other side of the coin, a beautifully immaculate car can cover up poor maintenance and serious problems. Buyers who are blinded by the glow and shine can make serious mistakes if they don't look further.

So, to maximize the possibility of a quick sale, clean up your car — good. Clean it inside and out, top to bottom, under the hood and in the trunk, under seats and inside cubby holes. Touch up paint scratches. Repair windshield dings. Pull out small dents. Balance the ti...

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