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How to sell cars in India with an online ad and expert tips?
As a seller, my goal was to sell cars in India and earn as much money as possible. At izydaisy, I met a buyer and was immediately surprised that they quickly got down to the business of acquiring my well-conditioned used car. My goal was to try and strike up a rapport with the buyer and know them better given the time we had. I used to ask them if they had a family and if the economy, as well as safety, was something they were interested in when it comes to transportation.
I made them feel comfortable speaking with me about things tangential to the car. It was important to me that they get to relax a bit and this strategy helps me learn exactly what their goals were so that I could use that information.
So whether you are trading up to something newer, scaling down to something smaller, or you have had a change in lifestyle and transport needs, at some point you are likely to sell cars in India. In most cases, you will want to maximize your return because you will be using that money to help buy its replacement but you may simply want to get shot of it as quickly and conveniently as possible.
There are an increasing number of different ways to sell cars in India and several steps you can take to ensure that you get the best price of it.
Five Tips for Selling Your Car
Before you start saving your ad, here are a few things you can do to maximize the appeal of your car.
1. Get the right price
You do not need to undersell your car so before you sign any agreement or ready to sell cars in India, search for similar models advertised online. Find models that are of similar trim level and age. This will let you understand what your car will sell for.
2. Gather your paperwork
If your car recently had an MOT then the buyer does not have to pay for a new MOT straight away, but your buyer can be more confident that the car is in a good state.
Make sure you have all the document prepared. Here is a quick paper checklist:
-> MOT certificates
-> V5C (logbook)
-> Service book
-> Purchased parts
-> Significant invoices and receipts
3.Find keys and accessories
Collect all keys of the car including the socket-style tool for unlocking alloy wheels. Also, re-fit parts or accessories you might have removed, such as a parcel shelf for the boot or a tool kit.
4. Wash your car
Before taking any pictures and before give it to anyone for a test drive, give it a good clean inside and out. Pay special attention to the parts such as the dashboard, steering wheel, seats, carpets and windows.
If you hold a relatively new car, it may be worth investing in having minor bodywork damage and paintwork scrapes repaired or renovating scuffed alloy wheels.
5. Delete your sensitive data
I know, you might be thinking about what data? But if you have transferred files from your phone book to your car’s memory, while the addresses of your home, work and friends all stored in its memory. This is not data that you want to share by accident, so delete it before selling it out.