Want to sell your car fast? Thinking about trading in?
Krietz Auto is a Kelley Blue Book partner dealership. If we are interested in purchasing your vehicle, we will do so without any obligation for you to trade or purchase a car from us!
At Krietz Auto, we use Kelly Blue Book’s Instant Cash Offer. Kelley Blue Book utilizes live market values from live markets and looks at what other dealers are actually paying for trade ins.
The Kelley Blue Book℠ Instant Cash Offer is a real offer for a specific amount to purchase a consumer’s car or apply the amount toward another car. The Offer is valid for 3 days (not counting Sundays) and can be immediately redeemed during business hours at a Participating Dealer, pending inspection. It is based on specific elements of the consumer’s car, like installed options, specific condition (such as dents and mechanical issues) and local market demand.
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After you fill out the form, you will receive an Instant Cash Offer from Kelley Blue Book. (It will look like the certificate below!) The next step is to bring your vehicle in for a visual inspection. The Instant Cash Offer is good for three days (excluding Sundays). Upon verification of your vehicle’s conditions, your final offer is good for a check or can be used to trade in for a vehicle on our lot.
How is my Instant Cash Offer calculated?
Your Instant Cash Offer is calculated using a proprietary tool that accounts for fluctuating market conditions and used car prices that may vary from day to day, like home or stock prices. The calculation includes multiple data sources and is based on factors that affect used car pricing such as:
Your Specific Vehicle DetailsOur tool factors in details that are specific to your vehicle and critical to its evaluation, including mechanical condition, options, interior and exterior, mileage, year, make and model.
Supply and DemandConsumers have a large role in determining a car’s value. When more buyers demand a particular vehicle, and its inventory is down, the value goes up. For example, when gas prices are at a premium, fuel-efficient vehicles may be in higher demand and sell for higher prices.
Historical TrendsHistorically, some cars hold their value and are in higher demand than others. Similarly, sometimes transaction prices for vehicles steadily increase over time, making those cars a more sought after commodity.
Regional DifferencesBuyers may be willing to pay sellers higher prices for the same vehicle depending on regional differences. For example, buyers in rural areas may consider large trucks more valuable than buyers in a city where parking spaces are tight.
Local Market InfluencesWe also take into account comparable vehicle sales in your area – this information may include dealer sales data, auction prices, and private seller prices from local advertisements.