Sell Your Car the Easy Way
at Mercedes-Benz of Tuscaloosa

When you're on the hunt for a new luxury vehicle, you might be curious about what to do with your current model. You can certainly sell your through a private sale, but if you want to avoid the headache and backtracking that occurs, stop by our dealership and we'll help you sell your car with ease!

How Does the Car-Selling Process Work at Mercedes-Benz of Tuscaloosa?

There are three simple steps to follow when you start the car-selling process with our team. Our goal is to make it quick and easy to follow so that you don't have to spend forever trying to go through the process and walk away with a check in your pocket or a new Mercedes-Benz dealership.

  • Get Your Offer
    You'll only need to share a few vehicle details on your current model about its condition, and we'll extend you an offer that showcases the current market value for your vehicle. This happens quickly, and we'll ensure that you get fair value for it.

  • Trade-In or Sell
    Next, you can choose to either trade-in your vehicle or sell it for cash. We'll happily help you pick out a new Mercedes-Benz model, but we'll also gladly buy it right from you for a check in hand!

  • Get Paid
    Once you bring in your vehicle for a quick, on-site review, we'll cut you a check or help you find a new Mercedes-Benz model. We can't wait to put the check or keys right into your hand.

We'll Buy Your Car - Even if You Don't Buy From Us

There's no obligation to buy or trade from us. We provide our drivers with excellent deals and fair trade-in value, but you won't need to buy from us. We'll cut you a check, which you can pocket and walk away, without needing to commit to a new on from our Mercedes-Benz dealership. We're also happy to help you find the perfect option.

How It Works

We use "Market Based Valuation" when we review your vehicle in order to make you an offer. Market Based Valuation is an appraisal method that takes into consideration factors about your vehicle including the condition, equipment, options, history, current local pricing, availability and other data available to us by the NADA, KBB and other sources.

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