Get top dollar on your trade-in when you do business with Rome Pre-Owned - Proudly serving Rome, Syracuse, Utica, Cicero, and Oneida, NY
The way buying a car should be. That's our motto here at Rome Pre-Owned and it's a standard we strive to live up to every day and with every customer interaction. However, we'd like to add an appendix to that motto, because we're not just committed to delivering a great car buying experience, but also a great car selling experience as well. That's why we've included this online trade-in value tool right here on our website to help our customers to get the most out of their vehicle trade-in.
At Rome Pre-Owned, we're all about two things: pre-owned vehicles and our valued customers. In fact, many of the popular models that make up our extensive pre-owned inventory have come from drivers much like yourself around the Rome, Syracuse, Cicero, Utica, and Oneida areas. As such, we strive to pay our customers top dollar for their vehicle trade-ins. Of course, many drivers don't know what to expect from the vehicle trade-in process, so in addition to our trade-in value tool, we've also included some helpful frequently asked questions regarding the trade-in process and what you can do to get the most out of it.
Frequently Asked Questions about Vehicle Trade-Ins here at Rome Pre-Owned
- What's my car worth? This can depend on a number of factors but perhaps the most important contributors to your vehicle's overall value are model year, mileage, and condition. Lower mileage newer vehicles typically have the best trade-in value, but even later models will fetch a good price if they're kept in good condition.
- How much will I actually be able to get out of my car? Once we've determined your vehicle's market value, we'll make you an offer on it. As we said before, we strive to get you the best deal on your trade-in, and we'll make it a point to make an offer that's as competitive and in keeping with your vehicle's overall value as possible.
- What do I have to do to trade-in my vehicle? First and foremost, gather up all relevant documentation. Any literature or materials that came with your car when you first purchased will be useful, and if you've saved your receipts and kept track of your maintenance, that material will also be great to show. Additionally, giving your car a quick once-over cleaning is never unwelcome, so taking it to the carwash and vacuuming out the interior is a great idea. The more you can do before you trade-in your car, the better!