Cash for Cars Wants to Buy Your Car, Truck, Van, or SUV!
We take all vehicles, running or otherwise, and pay fair prices for them on the spot.
Whatever the vehicle’s condition, we assess its value and discuss whether our offer feels fair to you.
You are under no obligation to accept our offer. We just want to make sure used, wrecked, or abandoned vehicles are taken care of responsibly, ensuring that Beaverton properties stay beautiful and junk-free!
How does our process work?
When you call Cash for Cars 45, our junk car buyers ask you a few questions regarding the vehicle’s make, model, year, mileage, and condition. You may also offer information regarding any recent repairs or parts replacements that have been done recently that might increase its value.
Unfortunately, it being your first car doesn’t count towards its market value! But, nice try!
If it’s after our regular business hours, feel free to fill out our online quote form. We respond promptly, so expect to hear from us within 24-hours. Then, we will contact you, provide a no-obligation estimate, and set up a convenient time for one of our assessors to inspect the vehicle in person.
Bear in mind that our estimates are just that – estimates. And while we do everything in our power to benefit the vehicle owner, the final offer may be slightly higher or lower than the initial number.
After you accept the offer, we arrange to have the vehicle removed from the property at no cost to you. Our goal, again, is to keep Beaverton properties looking great, and residents worry-free.
Don’t wait for weeks, even months, for your car to sell on Craigslist or Ebay. If no one is biting after two weeks, you may have to look at other options.
Why Our Service is Your Best Bet for Getting Rid of Junk Cars
You have a few choices for selling your junk car in Beaverton.
Aside from sticking a “For Sale” sign in the rear window, you can try your hand at the online classifieds and field dozens of calls from half-interested low-ballers, donate it to charity, or sink a few hundred dollars into repairs to get it running, and still not increase its sale price.
- Online car shoppers typically want used cars in pristine or near-pristine condition. You may end up spending hours waiting for no-shows, haggling with reluctant buyers, and constantly being offered prices way below your asking price.
- Auto auctions are a great option, but they ask for about 12% of the final sale price. Plus, you are responsible for towing the vehicle across town to where the auction is held; often very early in the morning.
- Charities are a noble option, but they have higher standards for the vehicles they can take. Additionally, your tax deduction for the donation only applies to the final sale price once it’s sold at auction or bought by a used car dealer.