Looking for feedback and reviews if you've ever just sold a vehicle to Carvana?
Well, I started the process. Their offer was far more than what I expected to get from a dealership. Also far more than what carmax offered me over a year ago. So I've downloaded the docs they wanted and I'm waiting on them to review now.Carvana worked out great for me - sold 2 cars to them for many $K above a dealer trade in. The entire process was seamless and fast. They didn't give me any grief about any dings or scratches etc. I can't complain.
In regards to the comment about low balling above - just realize you're not going to get private party $s selling your car this way. I got about 1/2 way between private party & dealer trade in. Benefit is you don't have the crazies trying to take your car for a joyride, and you have an offer within about 5 minutes instead of waiting days, weeks, or months.
Well if the deal gets done, I'll miss it before it gets loaded onto the truck. I've been planning to trade for an F8 SXT Plus but it's slim pickens here. I was considering a Frostbite too. But my story is that I can payoff my house in the near future if I can live without two vehicles. The offer from Carvana just made it worthwhile to sell. I will definitely get a sixth Challenger (seven if you count the '74 I had back then). It's just a matter of when. If I cross paths with one that I must have then I will trade my Grand Cherokee and get another truck or SUV later. But paying off the house became the priority for the short term.That sounds great and I'm not surprised. Good luck and I hope you get in another Challenger.
That's funny, I went back in earlier today to check the box for alloy wheels and my offer dropped $50 and no way to undo the new offer.Just for fun I got an offer for mine. Interestingly the price goes up when I note that it has mods. They have a negative local market adjustment in NorCal of $5K. Ends up being $30,480 for my 2017 Scat Pack Shaker with 20K miles.
Just for fun I got an offer for mine. Interestingly the price goes up when I note that it has mods. They have a negative local market adjustment in NorCal of $5K. Ends up being $30,480 for my 2017 Scat Pack Shaker with 20K miles.
I guess I was lucky, the market adjustment here was $1500.Same. Just for fun I put my car in. The offer was pretty good until they threw in a local market adjustment of almost $6K.
Their lesser known competitor Vroom gave me a much better offer but I didn't follow through.