Land Rover Trade-In Calculator

How to Trade-In Your Car

If you want to reduce the amount that you’ll have to spend on a new or pre-owned vehicle, working with a car dealership that takes trade-ins is your best bet! And, if you’re located anywhere near Rumson or Colts Neck, our Land Rover trade-in calculator can make your next steps a whole lot easier. Here’s how to trade-in your car today:

  1. Start by entering some information into the form above. We’ve partnered with Kelley Blue Book in order to ensure that our Land Rover value calculator provides the most accurate assessment available. Best of all, our Land Rover trade-in calculator will provide a real, market-based estimate in a matter of minutes.
  2. Car dealerships that take trade-ins will always want to see a vehicle in person before they make you a final offer—and Land Rover Monmouth is no exception! This step allows us to eliminate the guesswork and offer you top dollar for your pre-owned car, truck, or SUV—and the whole process is likely to take an hour or less.
  3. Make sure to save any offers that you receive, and bring them with you when you visit the dealership! Since most car dealerships that take trade-ins will allow you to negotiate, having these offers on hand can be very helpful. You should also make a list of all the unique features that set your vehicle apart.
  4. If you choose to accept the offer you receive, you’ll be able to apply it to a new vehicle or take cash for your old car! That’s right: our trade-in offers are never contingent on whether you choose to buy a new or pre-owned vehicle off our lot.

Once you’ve found out how much you’ll receive for your trade-in, you’ll feel empowered to calculate your monthly payments and apply for financing online! You can even complete your purchase from your home in Eatontown or Red Bank!

Getting Your Money’s Worth When You Trade In a Car

Trading in a car at a dealership is much faster and easier than trying to sell it by yourself, but most drivers know that dealerships don’t necessarily pay market prices for trade-ins. Most dealerships pay wholesale prices, which are determined by deducting the cost of refurbishment from your vehicle’s true market value. Still, this is usually a small price to pay for a more convenient experience and a guaranteed return.

It pays to shop around if you want to maximize the return on your trade-in car, but this isn’t the only step you can take if you want to be sure that you’re getting a great price. Here’s what you should keep in mind:

  • It usually isn’t worth it to make major repairs before you trade in your car. You might not get back the money that you put in.
  • On the other hand, you can actually increase your return by fixing dents and scratches, topping off your fluid reservoirs, and thoroughly cleaning the interior and exterior of the vehicle.

Lastly, do your research to find out how much similar models are selling for at other dealerships near Rumson or Colts Neck. If your offer is lower than what you’re seeing, you may be in a position to negotiate.