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What is New Car Sell Off?

A site that specializes in deeply discounted new vehicles.These vehicles are typically unsold past model inventory or excess current models that need to be liquidated regardless of loss. We also help these dealers promote their premium used vehicles. We do this because a majority of you shoppers would consider a good used vehicle if the savings were big enough and the quality of the vehicle were high enough.

Who sells these vehicles?

Franchised new-car dealers.

What is considered “new”?

Any vehicle that has never been registered to the retail public.

What can I do if I can’t find the car I’m looking for?

You can stay informed using the “Sell Off Alert” option which will notify you immediately once a vehicle meeting your requirements is posted.

Why are the prices so low?

The dealers are extremely motivated for various reasons. They can only post vehicles with a maximum of 3% markup but many are at or below cost resulting in liquidation pricing.Remember to do your homework.

Are dealers negotiable?

The vehicles are very aggressively priced but if the vehicle continues to sit,anything is possible.

What’s involved in shipping?

We have teamed up with a shipping company that will give you an immediate quote to get your new vehicle home. Depending on how far away the vehicle is from you, shipping can take anywhere from 1 day to 2 weeks. Sometimes the dealer can facilitate delivery.

Can I buy out of province?

Out of province shopping is encouraged. Sometimes vehicles sold in one area are less popular than in another, making for great deals.Remember, if you have provincial tax you will be taxed at that rate when you register the vehicle. Also, in the case of Alberta residents,even if the province has a sales tax, you will be exempt from paying it as long as you register the vehicle in Alberta. If you’re financing the vehicle through the dealership, they will be able to collect the tax you owe and submit it to the respective government and include that amount in your payments.

Is it safe to buy over the internet?

Every day countless items are bought sight unseen over the internet.A recent stat says that every 60 seconds someone is purchasing a vehicle on Ebay with over 2 million cars sold to date. Ebay focuses on used vehicles that can be in various state of repair and provides the buyer with a higher level of risk. New Car Sell Off advertises only new vehicles from bonded franchised new-car dealers. Any deficiency that the vehicle may have will be listed. The dealer is obligated by the factory to insure complete satisfaction with your purchase and will do what it takes so that you are.But as in any purchase, either over the Internet or in person, do your due diligence. The chance of not getting what you’ve bargained for is negligible.New Car Sell Off advertises only new vehicles from bonded franchise new car dealers. Any deficiency that the vehicle may have will be listed.The dealer is obligated by the factory to insure complete satisfaction with your purchase and will do what it takes so that you are.But as in any purchase whether over the Internet or in person, you should always do your due diligence. The chance of not getting what you’ve bargained for is negligible.

What are add ons?

These are things that were added on after the factory shipped the vehicle to the dealer such as a canopy,running boards, pinstripes etc…

What is retail price?

It is what the manufacturer suggests the vehicle should be sold for – or the price that all dealers use as their benchmark for listing the vehicle’s price.

How do factory warranties work?

Warranties are issued by the manufacturer and can be used anywhere in North America as long as the vehicle is registered in Canada. The vehicle,unless it’s a demo, will come with whatever the full factory warranty was at the time of delivery to the dealer. If the vehicle is a demo the warranty may have started, limiting the amount of time or mileage you receive coverage for. Ask the dealer for the “in service date” in orderto find out how much warranty remains.