Online Value Your Trade tool available from Nissan of Victoria

VICTORIA, Texas (PRWEB) October 21, 2020

When it comes to buying a car most individuals want to know how much money they would receive if they sold or traded in their current vehicle to a dealership. Nissan of Victoria has made this process easy with their online Value Your Trade tool. After completing the form, individuals will be sent a quote generated by a real person rather than a computer.

The Value Your Trade tool only takes a few minutes to complete. Some of the basic information asked include year, make, model, trim, body and style, engine, driveline and current odometer of the vehicle. Individuals will be prompted to rate the current condition of their vehicle from “Clunker” to “Nicest One Ever.” Nissan of Victoria also wants to know if you purchased the vehicle new or used and if it includes any appealing features such as Bluetooth, navigation, sunroof, heated or cooled seats, rear seat tv, leather interior, factory wheel upgrade, keyless entry and/or parking sensors.

If individuals feel the Value Your Trade tool left something out, there is an area to include any other information Nissan of Victoria should know before issuing a quote. The individual is then prompted to fill out some personal information that will be used to contact them. This information includes the individual’s name, mobile number, zip code and email address. If an individual has a favorite salesperson they can select their name from a list or the individual can opt to not name a salesperson.

Once this information is completed the individual can click the “Show Me the Money” button. This will send the information to a representative at Nissan of Victoria who will then create a customized quote.

Individuals that are interested in giving the Value Your Trade program a chance can view the application on Nissan of Victoria’s website at Staff members at Nissan of Victoria can be reached via phone by calling 361-578-5000.

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