Auto City Fredericton: Your Best Bet for Generous Trade-in Appraisals
If you’re looking to trade-in or sell your car, truck, van, or SUV, you’ve come to the right place. We’re always looking for quality, well-maintained vehicles for our inventory, so fill out our simple online form to get the process started today. Or, if you have questions about trading-in or selling your vehicle, feel free to contact us anytime. We’re here to answer questions and give you honest advice.
Complete our form
Fill out the basic details of your vehicle in the online form below. We’ll do some research and compare your vehicle to similar ones on the market.
We will contact you
We’ll contact you and give you an approximate value of what your car, truck, can, or SUV is worth.
If you like the offer, we’ll have you bring in your vehicle for a full inspection to ensure nothing was missed and you’re getting the right value for your vehicle.
Then it’s up to you. We’ll buy your vehicle even if you don’t buy one of ours. Of course, you’ll likely want to take the value of your vehicle trade-up to something newer, and more capable.
Questions and Answers
Is there a benefit to trading-in my vehicle versus selling it myself privately?
There are, especially when it comes to provincial taxes. You can actually save money by trading-in a vehicle instead of selling it yourself. Contact us anytime and we’ll explain everything in further detail.
How is the value of a used car vehicle calculated?
We use a range of factors for getting an approximate value of a vehicle – these include the Canadian Black Book value, market conditions and demand etc. Every vehicle has gone through a different set of circumstances, so the biggest factor is the condition of the vehicle.
Why shouldn’t I trade-in my vehicle for a brand new car?
You can, but that’s not always a good idea depending on your lifestyle and financial situation. Trading-up to a brand new vehicle will likely mean higher payments than a used vehicle, and a new vehicle begins to depreciate as soon as you drive it off the lot. In comparison, a quality used vehicle with similar features to the new car you’re considering will cost thousands less and retain its value better than the new car.