While you look into your next vehicle, consider trading your current model in with us at Fraser Chrysler. At Fraser Chrysler, we’ll help you easily trade in your current car, truck, or SUV for a brand new model from our lot, so you can avoid the hassle of having to sell your vehicle on the market. We utilize CARFAX and current market value in appraising your vehicle, so you can be assured that you’re receiving a fair offer when trading in your vehicle with us. Explore trading in with Fraser Chrysler today by utilizing our online trade-in tool below, then get in touch with us to book your appraisal appointment.
Our Appraisal Process
While our Trade-In tool can help provide an accurate ballpark of the value of your vehicle, we need to bring it to our certified service department to undergo a full in-depth appraisal of the vehicle. During an in-person inspection, we’re able to make accurate assessments regarding the vehicle, from detailed exterior and interior inspections, as well as VIN number lookup. When you contact our dealership, our support staff will connect with you and help guide you through this process, get all the details we need, and set up the appointment to inspect your vehicle.
How to Improve the Value of my Vehicle?
We want you to get the best value possible for your vehicle in order to maximize the trade-in amount you can apply for your new Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, or Ram vehicle. That is why we have some key tips you can learn from to maximize your old vehicles return:
- Clean Inside and Outside: as simple as it sounds, keeping your vehicle in a clean and orderly condition is often overlooked by prospective vehicle sellers. Do your best to keep your vehicle as clean as possible.
- DIY Repairs: Low-cost repairs can have a big impact on your vehicle’s value. When possible, taking care of minor issues such as paint chipping or burnt-out lightbulbs yourself can save you in trade-in value down the road.
- Include Accessories: If you have approved accessories installed in your vehicle, that can help improve the value of your car, truck, or SUV. If you have optional additions like an extra set of tires, be sure to include those as well.
- Provide Documentation: While it should be common knowledge, it’s always best practice to keep documents of all the work history done on your vehicle, even if you don’t plan on trading it in anytime soon. Being able to determine vehicle history can help in determining its value.