Oh, that new car smell. For some, it’s one of the best parts of buying a car.
Oh no, that old car smell. You’re ready to sell, and you’re afraid the years of use will have buyers turning up their noses, and not just because of the price. So how can you maximize your car’s appeal?
The spring car buying season is actually two seasons, for at the same time as you are shopping for a car, you may also be looking to get the most value when selling your own vehicle. Two experts from AAA Northeast have some suggestions on both ends of the process: Vice President of Financial Services Shaun McGee, and Senior Manager of Traffic Safety and AAA Car Doctor John Paul.
Sell, Trade or Donate: Which Route is Best for Your Car?
Five Auto Features that Fail the Resale Test.
Buy with Resale Value in Mind
Low Mileage Top Priority for Used-Car Buyers
You’re Not just a Seller, but also a Buyer
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