A new car is great but it’s even better if you have a trade-in to go along with it. Throughout the process of determining whether you need a new car, the question “why trade in my car” may have popped up a few times. Here at Two Rivers Ford, we have the answers you’re looking for.
Cars are lasting longer and longer thanks to advances in engineering, manufacturing, design, and materials. Eventually, the time will come when it’s time for a new car. One of the benefits of having a trade-in is that the value of that car can be negotiated separately or deducted from the new car’s price. The price you get for your trade-in can vary but to determine you trade-in car’s value, consult Kelley Blue Book.
Trading a car in for a new model at a dealership saves time and money. The other alternative to trading a car in at a dealership is to sell it privately. Depending on the car, price, and area you live, that could take months and that’s not time many drivers have to spare. To get a new car quickly, take your trade-in to the dealership and drive off the lot in a new car.
Welcome to the Two Rivers Ford Blog! We are located at 76 Belinda Parkway in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. We offer a fill lineup of new and used Ford cars, truck, and sport utility vehicles. Our inventory includes the ever popular Ford F-150, Explorer, and Focus. Along with a fully stocked new inventory, we also feature a loaded used inventory with popular makes such as Chevrolet, Jeep, Honda, and Nissan and a full complement of Ford Certified Pre-Owned vehicles.
We are the no pressure dealership with a non-commissioned sales team whose only goal is to get you into the Ford that best fits you! Along with that sales team comes an award winning service team that can take care of all your service needs. From large problems to minor maintenance, the service team at Two Rivers Ford is here to help you.
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