I sold my car and need to remove my ad on CarGurus. Does it automatically delete if I don't renew it or do I have to remove it manually?

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Asked by Jun 30, 2015 at 10:44 PM about the 2008 Volkswagen Rabbit 2-Door

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Remove it manually. Go to your account, click on your listing on the left hand side of your screen. Go to remove listing, answer the questions and you're done.

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Thanks, Stanford. But I called up my account and didn't see any place to click on the left side of the screen. When I click on my account, it just comes up with "jbcousins' garage" with the photos and description of my car. I don't see the "listing" on the left hand side. Any additional assistance would be appreciated!

1,365

I don't see any active listings for your car for sale. I see it in your garage, which you can change the status from own to owned or remove it completely. If you want to do this, click the car, and then look to the lower right. There will be a gear, click it and select edit or remove car.

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Thanks! I think CarGurus took it off the active listings because a month had expired. And, of course, I got an email from someone who wanted to buy it AFTER I sold it on my own! :-)

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