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How Do You Sell a Vehicle with 200,000 miles?

Joseph Coupal - Friday, April 26, 2013

Who buys ultra high mileage vehicles? DamageMAX does every day!

Your 200,000+ mile vehicle is officially an ELV (End of Life Vehicle) and will be difficult to sell – even on Craigslist. When any vehicle accumulates 200,000 miles or more, guidebook values are useless. All that matters is condition, more specifically how the vehicle was maintained and cared for…

Was it garage kept? Oil changes every 5000 miles? Was it a city car or kept in the suburbs? If you frequent or work at shopping malls, your car will have significant excess wear & tear, including lots of door dings, scratches, bumper scrapes, etc. People looking for a car may consider a vehicle with 100,000 miles or even 150,000 to get a "better deal" but 200,000 miles means that vehicle will be expected to break down frequently and cost it's owner a great deal in repairs.

If you have a high mileage vehicle, selling it will take a lot of work and time. You also have to be concerned with liability and the buyer coming back to you if problems arise. Why take that chance? Take the fast & easy route to cash and sell your high mileage vehicle to DamageMAX. We have the worlds largest network of exporters, recyclers and parts buyers at our fingertips and they are looking for high mileage vehicles like yours.

Don't waste your time trying to sell your high mileage vehicle yourself, call DamageMAX for a fast, free, no obligation quote. It only takes a few minutes of your time to get MAX value for your end of life vehicle.

Please call 888-629-2137 or visit http://damagemax.com/contact-us.htm.


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