When one is looking to sell their car, it’s important to consider a range of factors. For instance, a private sale could earn you more money on your second hand car. If you want to buy a new car and you need assistance, trade-in assistance may be ideal.
What is trade-in assistance?
Trade-in assistance offers a convenient way of selling a car. The method is not entirely quantifiable, as many people have complained of undervalued cars. The dealer offers you an amount for your car.
When a car is sold, there are different values that may be assigned.
The retail price is the price of the car when someone buys it from a dealer.
The trade-in price is the price that the dealer will pay you for the car.
It’s important to keep in mind that the most desirable cars are those that are still under warranty and/or a motor plan.
On top of the trade-in value, you may be paid trading assistance, which is essentially a big discount on your new car.
Trading in a car that is not paid off isn’t as hard as you think these days. When you trade your car in what essentially happens is that you use the value of this car as a down payment on a new car. So if you haven’t paid your car off you can trade it in and get help from a dealership to pay it off. Once you’ve trade your car in, the dealership deals with your bank or financial institution to pay the loan off for you.
What trade-in assistance specials are currently available?
Audi Centre Durban has R30 000 Trade Assistance on Select Models.
Audi Centre in Umhlanga has guaranteed additional R50 000 trade-in assistance on the Audi Q3.
Lindsay Saker Fourways offers up to R20 000 trade assist on a VW Polo Sedan 1.6 Comfortline as well as up to R30 000 trade assist on a VW Golf GTI DSG.