Sell My Junk Ford Explorer
How Much Cash Will My Junk Ford Explorer Get Me?
With a curb weight of 4,443 pounds, the Ford Explorer is a heavyweight that reliably commands a good price on the junk car market. We’ve seen these cars go for anywhere from $500 to $6000, depending on a number of factors. You can get up to $10,000 for selling a running Ford Explorer to us, so call today for a quote.
When buying a junk car, auto recyclers like us tend to look at these factors before making an offer:
• The condition of the car;
• The age of the vehicle;
• How many miles it has;
• The car’s curb weight;
• Local scrap metal prices.
While the age, condition and mileage of your car varies, the curb weight remains the same and offers a significant advantage when it comes to selling this junk car for cash. Scrap metal prices change frequently, but rarely in unpredictable ways. When prices are high, a Junk Ford Explorer can make a very lucrative sale.
Why Do We Buy Ford Explorers?
Ford’s flagship full-size SUV is the successor to the heavy Ford Bronco II. It began production in 1990 and consistently led the way in terms of features, accessories and value. In 2011, the model was named North American Truck of the Year, and remains a very popular choice among families and commercial buyers alike.
Between the years 1996 and 2003, the Ford ranger enjoyed consistent US sales of over 400,000 units per year. These sales tapered off during the last half of that decade before resurging in 2011 with the release of the fifth generation model.
Should You Sell Your Junk Ford Explorer for Cash?
If you own a damaged Ford Explorer, you should consider how much repairing the vehicle costs. If the estimate for repairs is greater than the value of the vehicle on the used car market, you’re better off selling it to a competent and highly reputable scrap dealer for immediate cash.
You could earn more money if your Ford Explorer has working components that are in high demand. For example, many of these vehicles have a faulty intake manifold that requires frequent replacement. If yours has a working intake manifold, that will help boost its price. The same goes for timing chains and automatic transmissions for models built in the 1990s.
We are always happy to buy old, damaged and worn our Ford Explorer vehicles. Contact us today and get a quote on yours.
Call (855) 437-9728 or request a quote online to sell your Ford Explorer.