Sell My Vehicle

The Kerry team wants to be your go-to dealer for all of your automotive needs whether it is purchasing a new vehicle, automotive services, or even selling a car you no longer need. If you need a vehicle upgrade or just need to sell your car, we are here to help provide you with a hassle-free experience.

Get started by filling out the form or giving us a call at (888)392-1578. Our team is available and ready to help answer any questions you may have.

Will You Take My Used Car Trade-In When I Purchase A Used Vehicle

Enthusiastically Yes! Our dealership is interested in your used vehicle trade-in, whether you're looking to purchase a new car or truck, pre-owned vehicle, or are just wanting to get quick cash back for your used vehicle. Call us today get your trade-in valued online to get started.

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How Can I Find Out How Much My Used Vehicle Trade-In Is Worth?

You can get started on getting a price for your trade-in online through our website. To begin, head over to our Value Your Trade page or give us a call if you should have any questions. Luckily, the trade-in estimate process is fairly quick and simple, so you should get a response back in a timely manner on your value price.

Value Your Trade

What Are Some Advantages To Buying Used?

You can find many advantages to purchasing used at our new and used car dealership. To begin with, more affordable deals are a big advantage, which means you can save big and still find an exciting vehicle! The variety of vehicles in stock at our used vehicle lot means there is a vehicle for everyone. You can also trust that our used cars are also intricately tested and inspected, so can rest assured knowing that you're receiving a safe, reliable vehicle when you browse our dealership's used car inventory.

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Do Used Cars Depreciate?

Used cars depreciate a lot more gradually than new cars. Generally speaking, cars depreciate at a rate of 60% of their initial value five years after purchase and the bulk of this depreciation happens by the end of the first year. However, it's important to remember that different vehicles will lose value at varying rates. If you're interested in the resale value down the road, doing a bit of research on the depreciation curve of the vehicle you're interested in is a great place to start.

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