KBB Instant Cash Offer
Get your Kelley Blue Book / KBB instant cash offer and sell your car to Mohawk Honda today! Our new and used Honda dealer knows that you’ll have a lot of questions when it comes to trading in your car and getting your KBB instant cash offer online. You’re probably asking yourself, “How much is my car worth?” Knowing the answers to all of your car trade-in questions can help make the entire experience of selling or trading in your car much easier. Plus, it’ll help make buying your next car, SUV, or truck easier.
Our vehicle trade-in experts are here to help you get the best deal for your trade-in. That’s why Mohawk Honda is the best place to sell your car in the Schenectady, NY-area. We also want to help you use your used car’s value towards your next purchase.
Ready to find out your used car’s KBB instant cash offer and car trade in value? Get started by filling out your vehicle’s information in the KBB trade value tool below.
KBB Trade In Value FAQs
Check out some of the most commonly asked questions customers have when selling their used car to Mohawk Honda or when getting their KBB instant cash offer. Did we miss anything? Contact us and we’ll answer your questions right away so you can sell your car easily and fast.
How does it work when I trade in my car at Mohawk Honda?
Before we can give you a KBB instant cash offer for your used car we’ll need to see the vehicle to determine how much your car is worth. This is called a used car appraisal. Using the KBB trade value tool below, fill in the correct fields, enter some information about your car, such as its make, model, and VIN, and you’ll receive a value estimate. When you bring your car to our Schenectady, NY Honda dealership, we’ll help you put the cash value of your car toward your next purchase. It’s that easy!
When you arrive our Mohawk Honda, we’ll check the condition of your vehicle by doing a complete walk-around and test-drive. During the vehicle walk-around, we’ll inspect items such as the body, bumpers, tires, and wheels. We’ll look for anything that may need additional work such as scratches and dings. Then, we’ll take a short test-drive to make sure the vehicle runs okay as well.
Is it a good idea to trade in my used car?
If you value convenience in buying and selling, then yes. Mohawk Honda can help you avoid meeting a car buyer you don’t know (at your home or other places) and selling to a private party (via a private sale) to exchange money or title. Plus, you can also eliminate any potential confrontation with the buyer down-the-road. Remove the risk of dealing with these problems by selling your used car, SUV, or truck directly to Mohawk Honda in Schenectady, NY.
How long does a trade-in appraisal take?
It usually doesn’t take as long as you might think. Our vehicle appraiser may ask you questions and consult some current market valuation sources, among other things. All these factors help you obtain a fair and accurate value for your vehicle.
How much does it cost for a trade-in appraisal?
Nothing! There is no cost for Mohawk Honda to determine your car’s trade in value and no obligation to trade-in or sell your vehicle after receiving your vehicle’s KBB instant cash offer.
What are the most important factors you consider when putting a value on a trade-in?
The general condition of the vehicle (including body and tires), overall cleanliness, history reports (including accidents), current engine light or emissions warnings, and whether there was a consistent history of maintenance. All of these items contribute to the value we placed on Honda pre-owned vehicles and other used cars.
I still have a car loan. Can I still trade in my vehicle that has an outstanding loan?
Yes, you can trade in your used car, truck or SUV. Be sure to bring all lienholder payoff information to the dealership at the time of your trade-in so we have all of the information needed about the auto loan.
Can you trade in a used vehicle that has issues?
Yes. The severity of those issues can affect its value. If your vehicle has a few light scratches or a minor dent, it shouldn’t impact its value too much. Serious engine issues or if it has been in an accident are more likely reasons why you may be offered a lower purchase price. We’ll review all of the issues from the vehicle appraisal.