Sell Your Car to Step One Pensacola

What To Bring When Selling Your Car

  1. All keys, remotes and Owner’s Manuals – Any missing original keys, remotes or Owner’s Manuals may result in your offer being adjusted
  2. Valid state-issued photo ID – For all title holders
  3. Title or payoff information – All title holders should plan to be present. If there is a previously paid-off lien listed on the title you’ll also need the release from the lien holder
What To Bring
How It Works

How It Works

  1. Find out what your car is worth instantly online
  2. Visit our dealership to finalize the offer, no appointment is necessary
  3. We’ll inspect your car and give you a no-obligation offer in 30 minutes or less
  4. Use the value of your trade to purchase a new car, or simply sell us your car for cash

Do I pay taxes when I sell my car?

Maybe, ​​a buyer will not be required to pay taxes on the sale if it resulted in a capital loss. The state and federal governments consider selling your car for more than you invested as a profit. For example, if you purchased a used car from a family member for $1,000 and later sold it for $4,000, you will need to pay taxes on the profit. However, you won’t need to pay the tax immediately.

Can I sell my financed or leased car?

Yes, to sell a leased vehicle outright, a buyer must buy the vehicle for the amount specified in the lease contract before they can sell it, which sometimes involves taking out another loan.

Why should I sell my car to a dealership?

One of the best parts about selling your car to a dealership is that you don’t have to worry about locating a buyer, negotiating a price, or waiting to receive your payment. Our professional sales team ensures the selling process is quick, transparent, and easy!

What do I need to sell my car?

The selling process begins with gathering all documents related to your car, such as vehicle title, service records, and the original sales paperwork if it’s still in your possession. While you likely know the basics like the year, make, model, and current mileage, you also need to know your car’s trim level and the features that came with your specific vehicle.