Kelley Blue Book Trade-In Values

What's Your Trade-In Worth?

-Kelley Blue Book Gives You a Fair & Unbiased Estimate of Your Vehicle's Trade-In Value!

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Follow these simple steps to get the most for your trade!

-Enter your VIN
-Be Thorough - This helps with accuracy of the appraisal value
-Please Give Us The Opportunity - We'll get you the full market value for your trade
-Complete the Information About Your Vehicle - Get the best value!

Benefits of Trading in Your Old Vehicle for a New One

If you need or want a new vehicle but are unsure what to do with your old one, consider the benefits of trading it in to Colorado Springs Dodge and using that to help finance your purchase or lease of a new, or a "new" used, vehicle.

  • It simplifies your life. Let's face it, selling your old car on your own is a hassle. You have to list it online or post it for sale, and maybe relist it repeatedly depending on interest, schedule showings, (potentially) take time off from work and/or miss other appointments to show the car, and then when/if you find someone to buy it, hope they actually do show up with the payment. If not, you have to start the whole process over again.

    When you trade in your vehicle at a dealership as part of purchasing a new car, it's a greatly simplified process. The dealer makes an offer for your vehicle on the spot, and takes it off your hands the same day. Some dealers will even offer to buy your car regardless of whether or not you're purchasing one of theirs.

  • Your old car can serve as a down payment. If you own your old vehicle outright, whatever the dealer offers you can be used as the down payment or initial payment on a new car (depending on whether the new car is being financed or leased). Even if the car is financed, if you at least owe less than the value of the old vehicle, that balance can also be used toward a down payment or initial payment.
  • Financed vehicles are accepted for trade-in. Even if you still owe money on your old car, truck or SUV, dealerships will still accept the trade. The dealer will simply contact the lender and pay off the balance. Then, you move on to your new car. Even if you owe more on the car than it's currently worth (based on Kelley Blue Book┬« valuation), a dealer will still accept the trade and pay off the loan. Any additional balance due will simply be added to the loan total of the vehicle you're purchasing.
  • You'll never have to worry about your old car again. If you sell your car privately, the buyer will probably be able to find you if something goes wrong with the car after the sale. Whether or not you want to assume responsibility, it can be unpleasant and expensive to deal with an unhappy "customer." On the other hand, once you trade in your car to a dealership, that's it. You have no further commitment to your old vehicle.
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