Jeeps, Jeeps and more Jeeps

Man! Do we love jeeps or what? No worries though. Cash for Junk Cars Chattanooga will pay you cash for ANY used, junk car  

Need some extra Christmas cash?  Call us and we'll buy your car today.
It's fast and easy. Why do you think this guy is smiling?
Call us today to get some cash for your car
 
Jeeps just happen to be our favorite vehicle of all time.  Whats your favorite car?
 
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How do you sell your car

How do you sell a car? Well, all you have to do is call us and we'll take care of the rest silly.

Seriously though we get a lot of calls from people who don't know how this works so here's the Junk Car Tip of the day.
What do you need to sell your junk car? We're glad you asked. Picture identification and proof of ownership are all you need to sell your car. (a key helps) oh, and by the way, don't look now but it's Junk Car Saturday again. So who wants to go first today?
 
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Cash for Junk Cars Chattanooga 171208

Its Friday and we want to buy your car. Christmas is getting closer and Cash for Junk Cars Chattanooga would love to put a little extra cash in your pocket this year. Sell us your junk car today.

We're here all day unless we're coming to you.
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Used Car News Alert

Used Car Sales Set to Increase in 2018

Used Car Sales Set to Increase in 2018 Featured

 
  The National Automobile Dealers Association predicts a slowdown in new-car sales next year, but an increase in used-car sales for franchise dealers. The NADA expects sales of 16.7 million new cars and light trucks in 2018.   “We expect 2018 to be a robust year,” said NADA Chairman Mark Scarpelli, a multi-franchise dealer near Chicago. “NADA’s 2018 auto sales forecast is indicative of a stable, healthy market for new vehicles.   “Every dealer in America, myself included, would be thrilled with a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of above 16 million.” Scarpelli said 2017 sales are on pace for 17.1 million new cars and light trucks, in line with NADA’s original forecast of 17.1 million, which would mark only a slight decline from the back-to-back record setting years of 2015 and 2016. NADA senior economist Patrick Manzi said rising interest rates, ever-increasing loan terms and higher vehicle transaction prices will likely lead to a slower but still strong sales pace in 2018. In addition, NADA forecasts that new-car dealerships will retail 15.3 million used vehicles in 2018, compared to an expected 15.1 million used sales in 2017. The total used-vehicle market will exceed 40 million retail sales in 2018. “The influx of off-lease vehicles returning to dealerships is likely to put pressure on new-vehicle sales,” Manzi said. “However, the mix of these late-model vehicles will favor light-trucks more than past years and should be more in line with present consumer demand.”  
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