(PRWEB UK) 18 January 2013
Most new car dealers will be able to Part Exchange an existing car in order to help bridge the cost towards the new car. Getting the dealer to take an existing car will make the whole transaction a simple process and the buyer will not need to have to deal with the hassle of selling their existing car even if it’s to a used car buying specialist.
AutoeBid Managing Director Amin Saleem stated, “Clients are now able to Part Exchange their car knowing they will get the best cost to change figures even on special manufacturers offers such as 0% car finance.”
When obtaining offers from local dealers, clients will be informed what the cost of change will be; this is the difference between the new car or new van cost and the Part Exchange.
A common tactic used by car dealers is to offer client’s what’s called an over allowance on the value of the Part Exchange. So if the car is only worth a 4K they will offer you 5K; however, this will be against the cost of the new car at the full RRP (no discount). If the client walked in without a Part Exchange they could probably obtain a discount of more than the 1K.
Dealers are able to do this on new cars, as it's very time consuming for clients to drive to each dealership and have their cars appraised. That’s how AutoeBid come in with their new service.
Clients can place an order for any new car or van and include the details of their Part Exchange, dealers will then make offers to supply the new car and take the Part Exchange. In addition, for a cost of just £150, AutoeBid will contact local dealers to the client’s location and get the car underwritten by used car specialists in order to allow the client to compare offers from dealers on a Part Exchange basis and offers from local used car buyers who may well pay more for the Part Exchange.