You can find out how much your ATV is worth in a number of different ways. While the blue book value of four wheelers a pretty good indicator of how much you can get for it on the open market, there are many other things you must keep in mind. In tough economic times, like the ones we’re facing now, there are many more factors that go into determining the actual value of ATV. In this article, I will show you some of the things you must take into account when you try to figure out exactly what your four wheeler is likely to sell for. This is important to know when you try to sell your own four wheeler. If you are selling, consider using a free printable four wheeler bill of sale form.
Blue book values
NADA and Kelley blue book values are both a pretty good indicator of how much a four wheeler should sell for, or be purchased for. You can look up the values online through both company’s websites free of charge. You must take the overall condition of the unit into consideration in order to get accurate value. The main problem with using blue book values to determine how much are ATV is worth, is that it does not take local market conditions into account. To do this you need to take a slightly different approach.
When you try to find out just how much your ATV is likely to sell for, you must take the current market conditions into account. In order to do this you must find out when other people are selling their four wheelers for, and make a reasonable comparison based on their selling price. When you do this, it is important to keep in mind that selling price and actual sale price can be very different. For example, I can do something for sale at $5000, but I may end up only selling it for $3500. Here are some of the places you should look to find out how much you can expect to sell your quad for.
Ebay: online auction sites represent a good opportunity to find out how much people are asking for their four wheelers. Since most online auction sites will allow you to check completed auctions for the sale price, and allows you to see how much the vehicles were actually sold for and not just the asking price.
Online classified ads: another good source for finding out how much your four wheeler is worth our online classified ads sites. Most have a sophisticated search system where you can sort by brand, location, and selling price. This can be used as a guide to determine how much you are likely to get when selling your quad.
Local markets: in each city there are different economic factors take into consideration. If you live in an area with high rates of unemployment, or an area with low income levels, and will be hard to get full asking price for your four wheeler.
Now you know how you can find out how much your ATV worth go out and try to sell it.