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STEP 1: GET YOUR QUOTE

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STEP 2: ACCEPT YOUR OFFER

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STEP 3: SCHEDULE PICKUP

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STEP 4: TRADE KEYS FOR CASH

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Sell a Toyota Online Today

Toyota vehicles are known for their quality and how long they last. But every vehicle has a shelf life. When your Toyota has reached the end of its – for whatever reason – it can be difficult to know what to do with it. This is especially true if your vehicle needs extensive maintenance or has been in a recent collision and may never be driven again. Needless to say, but the used car dealer probably isn’t going to be making you an offer that’s more hassle than what it’s worth, and good luck getting any sort of trade in toward a new vehicle. That’s where we come in, because we’ll buy your Toyota regardless of the circumstances that it has faced or the condition that it’s currently in.

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It doesn’t matter whether your Toyota is in mint condition, if it needs $5,000 worth of repair or if it’s so totaled that tires and body parts look like they’re about to fall off of it – we’ll make you an offer to buy it from you. What’s more is that we won’t discriminate. We’ll buy any Toyota model from any model year. Read on to learn more about our process and the benefits of working with us to sell used Toyota.

Why Work With Us to Sell Your Toyota?

As if what we mentioned above isn’t enough of a reason to want to work with us, there are several more. Here’s a look at some of the qualities that differentiate our business from most other vehicle purchasing businesses:

  • We make our offers fast: How fast? Think minutes. Yes, we respect your time, and one of the ways we demonstrate this is in how fast we make our offers to buy your car. All you need to do is log on to our website, enter in some basic information about your Toyota and we’ll make you an offer within minutes. There’s no test drives, there’s no having a mechanic check it out, there’s no hours of investment into selling your vehicle to us – just a few minutes and some basic information is all we need to get things rolling. It really is that easy.
  • We’re hassle free: If you decide that we’re not the best fit for what you’re looking for, no worries. We’ll never pressure you into working with us, we’ll simply wish you good luck and hope that you think of us again in the future if the need to sell your vehicle were to arise. When our process is this fast and this hassle-free, what have you got to lose by just logging onto our website and giving us a shot?
  • We’re fair: We’re not going to try to rip you off. We make our proposals based on current market values, and we peruse a variety of industry resources to come to the offers that we make. Don’t believe us? We’re completely transparent with our customers about how we reach the price in the offer that we proposed. We’ll even show you the resources we utilized to get to the price we offer.
  • We buy junk cars: Just because it’s worth noting again, we’ll buy your Toyota regardless of the condition that it’s in. It really doesn’t matter how much of a mess it is, we’ll make you an offer. Not everyone does this, but we’re proud to specialize in it. So quit Googling "sell Toyota for parts" or "Toyota salvage yard near me" - you've found your one-stop resource for selling your old, broken down Toyota right here.

When Should I Sell My Toyota to You?

There’s never a bad time to sell your Toyota to us, though we do offer some advice for those looking to maximize the offer we propose. Here’s a look:

  • Fall through the end of the year are typically the best times to sell, as the auto industry resources that we use are typically updated around this time. Because older cars are typically valued at less, it can pay (literally) to sell your vehicle before the resources are updated when the car is likely to be valued more. It's certainly something worth considering.
  • Soon after a collision: We advise you not to wait long after you’ve been in an accident to work with us. That’s because other components are likely to fail and the car will just depreciate more in value the longer you wait. Acting fast can typically get you a better, higher offer.

Just because it’s worth repeating again, we’ll buy your old Toyota regardless of its condition, model or model year, so there’s never really a bad time to sell. The above points are just a few things to keep in mind if you're looking to maximize the offer we can propose for your old vehicle.

Toyota Models We’ll Buy (Hint: It’s All of Them)

There’s a common theme with us, and it’s that we’ll buy any Toyota model from any model year in any condition. But just in case you need a little bit more inspiration, here’s a look at some of the common Toyota models that we’ve purchased recently. Perhaps yours can join this list:

  • Yaris: Toyota's most compact vehicle is high on fuel economy and on style. It comes in both hatchback and four-door sedan versions.
  • Corolla: Toyota's best selling compact car is one of the best selling vehicles in the world. Introduced in 1966, it became the most popular vehicle worldwide a short eight years later. It's currently in the midst of its twelfth generation of development. It's available in a four-door sedan version and hatchback version.
  • Prius: Toyota is largely credited with being the early developer of hybrid vehicles. It still holds a reputation as being one of the auto developers most dedicated to making sustainable vehicles, and this largely began with the making of the Prius.
  • Camry: A step up from the Corolla, the Camry originally started as a compact sedan before becoming more of a mid-sized car. It's also currently available in a hybrid version.
  • Avalon: Just as the Camry was a step up from the Corolla, the Avalon is a step up from the Camry. It's a full-size vehicle that entered its fifth generation of development in the 2018 model year. It's been in development since 1994.
  • 86: This two-door sports car is ideal for the adventurer out there. It has a both a sporty look and feel, and it's small enough to zip in and out of traffic.
  • Sienna: Not many automakers are still producing minivans. Toyota is one that's still making a van, though, in its Sienna. In fact, the Sienna has been in development since 1997. It's currently in the midst of its third generation of development.
  • RAV4: Just like every other automaker, Toyota has dedicated a good portion of its manpower to the crossover segment, and the RAV4 compact crossover is proof of this. It's been in development since 1994 and is currently offered as a five-door SUV. The RAV4 is also available in a hybrid version.
  • Highlander: If the RAV4 is too small for you, the Highlander is your next best bet. It's technically described as a mid-size crossover SUV, but it's got a much bigger presence than the smaller RAV4 vehicle. It's been in development since 2001. Like the RAV4, it's also available in a hybrid version.
  • 4Runner: Originally a compact SUV, today the 4Runner is built as a mid-size SUV.
  • Sequoia: The Sequoia is Toyota's full-size SUV, and it packs a lot of punch. It's offered with up to a 5.7 liter, V8 engine that's capable of generating more than 400 horsepower.
  • Land Cruiser: Toyota's Land Cruiser has been in production since 1951 - and it's still going strong today. The automaker's longest-running vehicle series is a full-size off-road SUV.
  • Tacoma: The Tacoma was originally developed as a compact pickup truck, eventually moving onto exist as a mid-sized pickup truck. It's been in production since 1995.
  • Tundra: Toyota's full-size pickup truck. the Tundra, is available as either a two-door or four-door cab today. Though its production got off to a rocky start with safety recalls on 2000-2003 model year versions, the Tundra is currently still being produced.
  • MR2: The MRS sports car was in production from 1984 to 2007.
  • Supra: Another Toyota sports car, the Supra was a two-door coupe made from 1978 to 2002.
  • Celica: From 1971 to 2006, Toyota made its Celica sports car.

Obviously, there are a lot more Toyota vehicle models that we haven't mentioned above. But if your car is a Toyota model - regardless of the model name or year, rest assured that we'll buy it.

Contact Us Today for More Information About Our Toyota Buying Process

For more information about our Toyota buying process, we invite you to contact us or log on to our website today. Remember, it’s fast, easy and the only thing you have to lose to get started is a few minutes of your time. To get started, log on to our website and tell us about your Toyota!