how long does a used car listing last?

Asked by Jan 18, 2014 at 10:35 AM

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How long can I list a used car for sale and does it cost to list a used car?  What happens when a car is no long listed.  Would it still be at the dealership that listed it?

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Not sure on the how long the seller listing lasts, but you can renew it. The cost to list your car is free. When you no longer see the listing, it has either expired or sold. So yes, the dealer still might have the car.

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