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The Sum of the Parts are Usually Worth More than the Whole, Especially in the Damaged Vehicle World

Joseph Coupal - Monday, December 24, 2012

DamageMAX announces education series for consumer awareness.

The sum of the parts are usually worth more than the whole, especially in the damaged vehicle world.

Here are some great examples:

  1. The Engine from a 2006 Nissan Maxima is worth about $500
    • FALSE – an complete engine assembly sells for $1500 on average
  2. The Right Front Door from this car is worth:
    1. $250
    2. $500
    3. $650
    4. $850 – if you guessed $850 you are correct
  3. The transmission from this vehicle is worth:
    1. $500
    2. $750
    3. $1500
    4. $2000 – yes, on average the transmission will fetch $2000

2/3rds of all accidents are front end collisions which creates demand for those parts from the windshield, forward. That includes the engine and the transmission in almost all configurations. If your vehicle has a good engine and transmission and the miles are below 85,000 it has significant value left that you can convert to cash. Sell your wrecked vehicle to DamageMAX and get a head start on a replacement vehicle.

DamageMAX will buy your wreck and you keep the insurance check!

DamageMAX pays MAXimum value for your Damaged vehicle

Call 888-629-2137 or email info@damagemax.com for an instant quote!


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