Everyone has an opinion about the most well-known website for buying and selling. It’s free, easy to use, and accessible to millions of people each day (60 million monthly in the US alone). There are some fraudulent and untrustworthy individuals on the site. However, this is the sole instance and not the norm. The majority of users on Craigslist are honest and trustworthy.
DO Provide Relevant Photos
The adage “a photograph is worth 1000 words” is especially relevant when selling your most desirable Taxi Toronto on Craigslist. However, I’m not sure about the number of ads I’ve seen that have pictures that aren’t there or just two or three photos of the vehicle’s exterior, and that’s it.
The majority of people own a Smartphone equipped with an HD camera. I suggest you capture at least eight car exterior and interior shots. I also recommend taking a picture of your Odometer (buyers want proof that the information you’re providing about your mileage is correct).
Do Reasonable and Fair Price
What is a reasonable, affordable price? Look at any appraisal websites like Kelley Blue Book, NADA, or Edmunds and ask for an appraisal. If you cannot finish this simple task, then you’ll not be able to sell your car. One guy living near Phoenix has been offering $4,000 more of the Jeep Wrangler than the current Blue Book price.
DO Include a Thorough Outline
Often find Jeep for Sale ads that offer only one sentence about the car, and that’s it. This is okay; it will aid in getting your advertisements released faster; however, it can reduce your chance of selling the vehicle quickly. Buyers require information to help them distinguish great cars from those that aren’t. Therefore, be patient and provide an extensive account of your vehicle’s history, the modifications or repairs you’ve completed, and any current problems.
DO Clean Your Vehicle
Some time back, we, along with my wife, were looking at a disgusting stinky, ugly vehicle that was covered in wrappers for fast food along with old French fries that had been laid on the floor in the back of the car. It was obvious that the vehicle had not been cleaned before the time the fool was sloppily presenting the vehicle to us. We didn’t purchase the car but instead bought another.
The Jeep I recently purchased was also not maintained well. The car was covered in bird droppings that hung over it, a shabby top dripping over it, a worn-out dashboard carpet that looked like glue everywhere on the dashboard, and a worn-out hard top, and dog hair snared within the carpet. I was able to look beyond these problems to see the positives. However, I’d have been a little more if the owner had taken the time to make the car more appealing.
DO Respond To Inquiries
A significant pet is my pet peeve. Be courteous and responsive to any questions you have regarding your vehicle. The responses don’t pose a problem for those using text messages. However, they can concern those who prefer conducting business through email. Sometimes you do not receive a response; even if you receive one, it’s usually a few days later. It’s incredibly frustrating. Most important is to promptly reply to all questions via phone, email, or text.
DO Offer A Price For The Service
It appears to be a simple option, but a person from Phoenix wants to sell his car without an amount. The advertisement says he spent more than $34,000 on the vehicle. Buyers have to guess the price, and who wouldn’t want to wait in vain for the match on Craigslist?
Don’t Put Your Salvage
This is similar to the first. I’m tired of people with Salvage or Rebuilt-titled cars trying to sell them for less than Blue Book and claiming it’s an excellent deal. IT’S NOT! According to Consumer Reports, vehicles with salvage or rebuilt titles may be sold for 50 % from Blue Book and sometimes less.
Do not lie or lie regarding your issues in Your Car
If you have any problems concerning this Jeep for Sale, You should include these in your advertisement. People appreciate honesty. Be honest with your concerns and aid in building trust. The trust factor is vital if you decide to sell your vehicle.
DO NOT Sell Your Car to A Buyer
Of course, the principle of first come, first served will apply. However, you must be aware of people traveling long distances to buy your product. This scenario came to mind some time ago when I was selling my KZ Frontier travel trailer to someone from Salt Lake City, a distance of approximately 650 miles.
Do Not Post Your Craigslist Advertisement Online until You’ve Sale the Car
It’s probably faced by us all at one time or another, and it’s one of my pet peeves. It takes an hour or so, and you come across what you’re looking for. You’re thrilled. You contact the owner of the gorgeous car, but you discover it was sold a few weeks back. What!! Look!