How Our Car Buying Process Works
We Buy All Cars in NJ has been New Jersey's #1 independent car buying service for over 35 years.
Over that time we've gained a reputation for making offers at an ABOVE MARKET value that always exceeds what you can expect from major dealerships. We’ll purchase your vehicle As Is. There’s no cleaning or repairs you need to make in order to leave our offices with a check in your hand. The process is easy:
REQUEST A QUOTE
You can contact us by calling (856) 248-0200 or by filling out our contact form to your right. Our team will contact you personally to answer any additional questions you might have, as well as generate a quote for your vehicle.
We know how busy your schedule can be which is why we offer appointments Monday through Saturday 10am to 7pm.
We work on an appointment basis as to eliminate any waiting period for you. Our whole appraisal process generally takes 20 minutes.
BRING IN YOUR CAR
Once you’ve set up an appointment with us, we meet in our Voorhees New Jersey office to complete a quick appraisal of your vehicle. After the appraisal we will then present you with a fair-market offer.
We understand the value of repeat customers and provide competitive quotes that always beat the trade-in value you would get from a dealership. We purchase any make or model no matter how many repairs the vehicle might need. For vehicles too damaged to drive or not running, we offer free towing.
Once our team has finished the appraisal and paperwork we will write you a check that very moment.
Additionally, we take over any payments on financed vehicles. You will need to bring a current payoff letter from the finance company showing the loan payoff amount. If the car is worth more than you owe, we will give you a check for the difference.
Don't Trade ItWe Will Buy It
Whether it's worth$100 or $100,000
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