4516 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd.
Directions Durham, NC 27707

  • New: 866-933-4213
  • Used: 919-490-1000
  • Service: 919-281-1468

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What Is My Trade In Worth | Trade In Value

In just a few minutes, you can receive an online appraisal of your vehicle! Using Autotrader's Trade-in Marketplace tool, Mark Jacobson Toyota makes it easy for you to find the true trade in value of your car right from the comfort of your home or office. Once you fill out this simple online form, you will be contacted shortly with a great trade in price on your vehicle! Autotrader.com is one of the most reputable companies in the automotive industry, and now our Durham Toyota dealership serving Raleigh and Fayetteville NC is teaming up with them to give you some of the best trade values anywhere. You can sell us your car, or you can trade in your vehicle for any one of our terrific new or used Toyota cars, trucks or SUVs, including the Prius, Sienna, Yaris, Camry, Corolla, RAV4, Tundra and more. 

Sell My Car At Mark Jacobson Toyota | We Buy All Makes & Models In Durham NC

Complete a trade-in value form now - we know you'll be pleased with what we can offer! The process is simple: accurately fill out the online form above, receive your trade in guarantee, and bring your vehicle into Mark Jacobson Toyota at 4516 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd. in Durham NC.,One of our specialists will verify your car's condition, then you can sell it to us for cold hard cash, or trade it in for a new Toyota or used car! Not happy with the trade-in price that other dealers have quoted you? Use the Mark Jacobson Toyota online trade-in form to get a used car value assessment that may offer you hundreds or even thousands of dollars more!

Trade-in FAQs

Why trade? Trading in your current vehicle towards another can partially offset the cost of the new vehicle. The trade-in's net value goes towards the purchase or lease of a new car. Conditions of a trade-in vary depending on who owns the vehicle. If you own the vehicle, trading-in means that you're selling the car to the dealer for some determined price. As a result, the price of the new car goes down, only. If you are leasing a vehicle and do not own it, trading-in means that the seller of the new car agrees to pay the outstanding costs associated with the lease. Depending on the financing of the new vehicle and the outstanding balance on the old one, trading-in can either raise or lower the new car's price.

Why is it beneficial to trade-in? When you trade-in you don't have to worry about selling the vehicle yourself or any of the associated costs (advertising, showing the car, etc). A dealer may offer a price you could not get yourself as an incentive to purchase a new vehicle. If the trade-in has known problems that could plague you later (when the buyer returns complaining), selling the car to the dealer eliminates the bother. Trading-in a lease car may relieve you of, in the long run, monthly costs you cannot afford. Sometimes people trade in lease vehicles because of poor gas mileage or lack of practicality.

Why decide against trading-in? If you think you can get a better price selling privately, and it's worth the time, money and effort, do not sell to the dealer. Some cars are of special interest and dealers will not always recognize those interests. Just remember the time, effort, and advertising costs. 

What happens to a trade-in? Some are kept by the dealer and resold as used cars. Many are sent to auction and purchased by other dealers for resale. Dealers know that auction prices often will not match the sum credited toward a new vehicle, but they absorb the losses as sales incentives.

How much will I get for my trade-in? Check used car values using online guides such as KBB.com or Autotrader.com above. Often both trade-in and private sale values are listed. Factors such as mileage, overall condition, damage and known mechanical problems heavily influence the trade-in value.