Public Notice

NOTICE is issued in the interest of consumers planning to buy used cars and want to fulfil their dream of owning a car. Please be aware while buying used cars compulsorily keep three basic parameters in mind i.e. quality, precise price and clear documentation of the car, with a great deal of Trust and Transparency.

Please do not give into the deceptive look and feel of used cars anywhere and everywhere as trust is paramount when you buy and sell your car which even though is a used car, it is YOUR CAR… may be the 1st one and we understand it…

Mahindra First Choice Wheels Limited – One of India’s leading Multibrand Used Car Company fulfils all used car needs and is a Subsidiary of Mahindra Group - A USD 16.9 billion multinational group trusted by millions of consumers with varied interests ranging from Automobile, Farm Equipment, Technology, Hospitality, Aerospace, Defence and many more spheres touching consumers globally.

This notice advocates all your used cars related needs, and requests you to explore your options with Mahindra First Choice Wheels which is a pioneer in creating the organised used car industry in the country. Today, it is a company with network of 600+ dealers in more than 290 cities servicing all your used cars needs from buying, selling and exchanging used cars of all brands, doorstep finance, documentation and insurance along with a great Consumer Satisfaction on Trust, Quality, Precise Price, Car health, and widest choice.

With Mahindra First Choice Wheels you get the following advantage:

• Transparency and trust
• Hassle free documentation with clean papers of the car
• Certified quality cars
• Widest choice
• Assurance on every car from roadside
assistance to comprehensive warranties
• Insurance
• Finance options
• Buyback facility
• Available near you

For more details
SMS BUY or SELL to 567678

Toll Free no

1800 419 4800

SMS Buy / Sell


How to Sell Your Car to a Dealership

When selling off their used car, not all people have the time to set up meetings with potential car buyers or the urge to negotiate deal, verify payment, or work with a purchaser trying to get financing. In such cases they may want to sell their old car to a dealership. But will they buy it if we do not trade it in for a newer model from them? Let us see.

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Sell Your Car to Dealership

Typically, several car dealerships will be interested in buying your car irrespective of the condition, mileage and other factors. Some large dealership chains have policies to buy any vehicle you are willing to sell them, while others may make an offer on a car even when you are not going to buy anything in return. There are a few pointers which you can keep in mind.

Firstly, before you ask a dealer to buy your car, consider what kind of car you have. If it is an older model with issues such as parts that are not working, bad tyres, dents and scratches, then you might have to face trouble getting an offer from most new car dealerships. You can check the trade-in value of your car on the Internet and then with that info, visit a dealership that might show interest in buying your vehicle. Be realistic about the condition of the car once the dealer looks over it. Remember, you probably will have very less negotiating scope in this situation because you will not be trading in your car for a new one.

Also Read How to sell your car to a dealership in Chennai

Secondly, it is strongly suggested that you choose a car dealership specifically based on the condition and maker of your car. Find the dealership that shows most interest in selling it since they would be more likely to give you the most money for it. You should first visit a car dealership that sells your brand of car. For example, if you are trying to sell a 2006 BMW, take it to a BMW store to see what they can offer you. If you do not like the offer, try a different BMW dealer before visiting an off-brand car dealership.

Also Read How to sell your car to a dealership in Delhi

If your car is slightly older, you may want to try and visit a dealer that specializes in used cars. For example, a 1990s Ford is likely to fetch less value to a Ford dealership, which mainly wants to sell new and recent Ford cars. It might be desirable to a go to a used car dealer that sells inexpensive pre owned cars and does not focus on a single brand.

It is better to just be prepared to accept a trade-in deal that may be slightly less than your car's retail value.

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