According to the J.D. Power 2020 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study, the reliability of used cars continues to increase, rendering them a sound investment. To owners of clunkers waiting for the perfect time to get rid of vehicles taking up space and collecting dust in their garages, this sounds like music to their ears.
Introducing sign #1: Better than ever before
Put side-by-side with vehicles of previous generations, it has been found that vehicles manufactured after 2017 are just built better and therefore last longer. Across in-vehicle technology, vehicle type (SUVs, crossovers, sedans, and so on), makes, models, and performance, improvement is indisputable across the board in the used car market.
Get ready for sign #2: Read the room
Those going out into the world to work and onto the frontlines amidst the COVID-19 pandemic are still dependent on transportation and are understandably hesitant to use public transit, hail cabs, or order rideshares that would demand they share close quarters with strangers.
Enter sign #3: Supply and demand
Still not convinced? Listen closely, because globally, the production of new cars has come to a standstill, limiting the supply of cars available. While inventory has dried up, dealerships are following the boom and jumping on the used car bandwagon.
Sufficiently sold? Alright, it's time to sell that gas guzzling, hasn't-worked-in-probably-decades, ancient-mobile. Maybe it's an eyesore, a harsh reminder of past bad decisions, or just a means of getting quick cash to get their hands on that car that caught their eye on the street the other day.
Whatever it is, one inevitably approaches the car selling process overwhelmed at the sheer amount of resources available. Whether it be corporate, private, or shady too-good-to-be-true web sites, one ultimately comes to the conclusion as they fall down the rabbit hole: there has to be a better way!
Imagine quick cash, same-day top-dollar offers, free pick-up, all with little to no questions asked. Seems too good to be true, right? Wrong. Barry Barbee, founder of Auto Wranglers has perfected the formula of the car selling process.
Having been in the customer's shoes on more than one occasion, Barbee truly understands the frustrations that come with selling a car in every way, shape, or form. Streamlining the entire exercise has allowed Auto Wranglers to make room not only for constant improvement, but to improve their communities as well by donating vehicles to those most in need as well as to first responders extrication programs.
To hear more about Auto Wranglers and founder Barry Barbee, click here.
Put it all together, and Auto Wranglers is a brand that one not only wants to do business with and in whom they can trust, but is a brand that many want to stand behind in order to become part of their impact.
Bye-bye old car, hello brand new (used) car.