Trading in

Asked by Jun 29, 2018 at 06:48 AM about the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze

Question type: Car Selling & Trading In

I got a call about trading in my car to someone who
wants mine, I’m exchange for a newer version of
mine. I am very interested in the, however, a couple
years ago someone sideswiped my car, and didn’t
try to contact me to fix it, so it’s just been like that
ever since. I never got it fixed because I figured it
would cost an arm and a leg. There’s a scrape and
a tiny denting, but those really don’t look bad, and
honestly have to be easy fixes. There is however a
small indent or gash in the side, thatbis bery small,
but would not be an easy fix. My concern is, will
this be something they expect me to pay to get
fixed before trading, will they decide they don’t
want the car, will it not be a huge deal, it really
doesn’t look that bad. Aside from this, the car is in
great condition. It runs well, looks good, great tires,
the mileage isn’t bad, it doesn’t smell.. Should I be
worried?

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