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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Helpful Tips for Selling a Land Rover For The Best Price

Are you looking to sell your Land Rover? There are a lot of factors involved in selling a vehicle such as a Land Rover and some of these factors you can control while others you cannot. Selling your Land Rover will be like selling anything else – there is a combination of what the product is and the way you market it. There are thousands of different Land Rovers on sale, so how do you stand out from the rest and attract a buyer at the best possible price?

A Land Rover will hold its value relatively well compared to other cars, but there are some things that you can do to increase its value even more. A Land Rover in good shape will be snapped up quicker and at a better price. Here are some tips that you can keep in mind when it comes to selling your Land Rover:

Make Sure It is Clean as Possible

It might seem obvious that keeping your car clean will improve its selling price, but you would be surprised at how many people try to sell a vehicle that is filled with dirt and grime. Give it a thorough clean from top to bottom before you sell it and you will get a much better price. Although Land Rovers are meant to drive through the mud and get dirty, people will want to have a clean car to start with when they first purchase it.

Also, it’s a good idea to protect your interior when you are using the car so that it doesn’t get as dirty in the first place. For example, there are hatchbag car boot protectors that are designed to protect your boot and keep stains and smudges away. You can even find Land Rover car boot covers that are specifically designed for your make and model of car, so they will fit perfectly.

Keep it Well Maintained

Keeping up with the maintenance on your Land Rover is really important so that you can get a good selling price on it. Although Land Rovers are tough and built strong, they are not indestructible and they still need to be taken care of. They have more complex mechanics than most family cars, so servicing on a regular basis is crucial. Make sure that you have completed all scheduled maintenance and that you have the car inspected before you hand it over to the customer.

Sell in the Deep Mid-Winter

To everything there is a season and it is important to think about the time of year before you sell your Land Rover. One of the best times of the year to sell a 4x4 SUV vehicle like the Land Rover is during the middle of winter. People need vehicles like this when it is icy and snowy so your Land Rover will look more attractive to buyers and you will be able to get a better price for it.

Take a Lot of Photos

Most people shop online for cars these days, so this is the most effective place to advertise when you want to sell your Land Rover. When you are selling your Land Rover online you should take a varied set of photos and feature all of the important parts, including the engine, chassis, exterior sides, milometer, seats and any other angles you can think of. This will give buyers a great picture of what you have to offer and it will ensure that it doesn’t appear that you are hiding anything.

Make sure that the photos are of good quality and that they are not taken from too far away or too close. There should be good lighting and the photos should be in focus. Use a good quality camera and understand the settings, or ask someone who does to take the photos for you.

You might even want to take the photos somewhere that helps the buyer to visualize the fun they could have with their Land Rover. You could drive to a scenic spot in the countryside or a national park, so you are not only selling the car but also the idea of an outdoor adventure.
Keep these tips in mind and you will have a much better chance of selling your Land Rover quickly and at a great price. 

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