We Will Buy Your Car!

Ver Hoef Automotive wants to buy your clean, late-model used vehicle, either for cash or as a trade-in on one of our new or used vehicles.

We want to make car buying as easy as possible for you. One way we do that is by offering a hassle-free way to sell your quality, late model used vehicle to us. Selling your vehicle yourself can be a huge hassle, that’s where Ver Hoef Automotive comes in. We’ll buy your car, so you don’t have to worry about posting ads or showing buyers. Then, we’ll help you put your car’s value toward your next vehicle.

What’s the Trade-In Value of My Car? 

If you’re wondering, “What is my used car worth?the answer is just a few clicks away! Use our handy value your trade-in calculator to get a quick estimate of the value of your current vehicle. Keep in mind, there are a few factors that affect trade-in value, including: 

  • Mileage 
  • Mechanical condition 
  • Car features 
  • Exterior/Interior condition 
  • Market landscape

How Do I Sell You My Vehicle?

After you’ve received your trade-in estimate, it’s time for us to appraise your vehicle! Stop by our dealership and we’ll examine your vehicle, and be sure to bring your trade-in estimate! Once we’ve examined your car, you can negotiate or accept our offer and finalize the sale. We pride ourselves on offering the fairest possible offer on trade-in vehicles anywhere in Souxland!

Selling Your Vehicle FAQs

Q: What do I need to bring with me?

A: You will need to bring your vehicle’s title, current registration, state ID, and all keys and remotes.


Q: What does it mean to be “upside down” on a car loan?

A: Being “upside down” on a car loan is the same thing as having negative value. If, for example, you owe $30,000 on a car that’s worth $25,000, you have negative equity.


Q: Can I trade in my car for a cheaper car? 

A: If you still owe money on the car, you can trade it in for a cheaper one. If, for example, you owe $15,000 and the car is worth $20,000, we can purchase the car as a trade-in, pay off the loan, and put the $5,000 toward your new auto loan as equity. If you don’t owe money on the car and own it outright, there’s nothing stopping you from trading it in for a cheaper car; you can do what you’d like with it.

Do you still have questions about our vehicle purchase policy? Get in touch with our team to learn more!