How should i sell my 2015 Car?

Asked by Oct 22, 2015 at 11:00 PM about the 2015 GMC Terrain Denali

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Hey everyone. I'll keep this short. My credit is shot. My wife purchased a 2015
SUV for me under the guise she would match my payments (my wife makes a
lot more money than me) . I paid the  down payment and over the last year
subsequently paid the car off, 5k down and 12k first year (my wife matched my
12k) For several reasons we no longer want the vehicle. What is the most
effective method of selling or trading so i can maximize my $. My wife does not
car what i do at all i must add lol. Thanks you

2 Answers

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I would first of all check Kelley blue book value. then I would post it on craigslist and other apps or sites where you can sell the vehicle. adding lots of pictures from all angels always helps. just some friendly advise

65,575

In addition to the above take it by a CarMax dealer and get a free appraisal. Sometimes what they offer is surprisingly good and other times they will low ball you. It doesn't cost anything to find out. You can also trade it in at CarMax. If it is paid for quit whining and drive the damned thing, you purchased it. Good luck with it.

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