Why you should never sell your vehicle on

  • Risky
  • High Exposure
  • Strangers
  • Time Consuming
  • Lowball Offers

By now, just about everyone knows of the very real and very horrific crimes that have been committed during transaction. When you post your vehicle on Craigslist, you open you door, literally, to anyone and everyone. This is not a safe practice and we strongly encourage you to avoid at-home transactions at all costs.

Beyond protecting your personal safety, you should also consider protecting your potential profit. Craigslist is a virtual flea market where shoppers are looking for the lowest possible price. List a vehicle that's worth $5,000 and you'll get hundreds of offers for $3,000. The buyers know they can wear you down and waste your time. Eventually, you'll cave and sell your car for less than it's worth just be be finished with the process.

Plus, it takes a lot of time to filter through and respond to all of those emails, not to mention meeting for test drives and endless negotiations. Who has time for that?

Well, here is some good news. You do have a better choice.

When you choose, there's always:

  • Safety
  • Top dollar purchase prices
  • Same day car purchasing
  • No strangers at your door
  • Enter your vehicle's details for appraisal
  • Bring the appraisal, and required documents to our buying center in St. Louis Park.
  • You get a check, we get your keys.