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Want to get the best value for your used vehicle? Whether you’d like to trade in your old car for one of our exciting new Buick or GMC models or have a vehicle you’re not using and just want to sell it, Capital GMC Buick will pay top dollar for your used car. Learn how easy selling or trading in your car can be at our dealership in Edmonton.
Selling a vehicle on your own can take weeks or months. You’ll have to deal with placing an ad, arranging times for prospective buyers to view and test drive the car, and preparing the necessary paperwork. A less stressful option is selling the vehicle to a dealership like Capital GMC Buick. We promptly inspect the vehicle and offer you the maximum trade-in value on the spot. We will handle all of the paperwork, as well, and finalize the deal in no more than a couple of hours. It’s a simple, quick, and hassle-free way to sell your used car, truck, or SUV.
No, you are under no obligation to buy a vehicle from us when you trade in your car. We are always happy to add well-maintained vehicles like yours to our used car inventory, and although we are a GMC and Buick dealership, we buy all makes and models.
Here are a few steps to take to help make the process of trading in or selling your used car as smooth as possible:
When you have completed the steps above, bring your car and required paperwork to our dealership near Edmonton. After you have informed the sales associate who greets you that you want to sell your car, you will be asked a few routine questions about the vehicle, and then our service team will perform a thorough inspection. We will also run a check on the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) to review the vehicle history. Once the inspection and VIN check are complete, we will provide you with an offer on your car. If you accept the amount offered, we’ll finalize the trade. The whole process can be completed in two hours or less.