Sell My Junk Nissan Sentra
What Can I Get For Selling My Junk Nissan Sentra?
Say you've owned this car for years and it finally reached the end of its life. You ask, "can I still sell my car for cash? Will anybody even be interested?" If you own a junk Nissan Sentra that doesn’t run, you can expect to get anywhere between $100 and $700 for it from a scrap metal yard. While the vehicle’s curb weight of 2,832 pounds gives it a certain value on the scrap market, there are other factors that go into selling a junk Sentra
If you own a damaged, worn or old Sentra that you want to sell, junk car buyers are going to look at a few different factors when deciding how much they are willing to pay for it:
• The car’s age;
• Its condition;
• Its mileage;
• The curb weight;
• Local scrap metal rates.
Between all of these, condition is an important factor that varies widely from car to car. We are prepared to pay up to $10,000 for a used car in decent condition at JunkCarMedics.com, so if your car runs and offers value on the used car market, you may be able to see a major payoff by choosing us. Auto recyclers like us are interested in more than the curb weight of a vehicle.
Why Sell Your Junk Nissan Sentra?
The Sentra is one of Nissan’s flagship lines, being one of the company’s best-selling vehicles since it came out in 1982. While the Sentra is historically a compact car, and typically fulfills this role when compared to the Altima and Maxima, it is in fact rated as a mid-size sedan as of 2007, thanks to its spacious interior.
Starting the 1995, the model’s fourth-generation underwent a change from independent rear suspension to a torsion beam setup, improving its performance and safety ratings. Additionally, Sentra’s built after this period have better timing chains. Compatible Sentra timing chains can be valuable on the used market, so have a reputable junk car buyer like us appraise your vehicle.
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How Can I Tell If My Nissan is Ready To Junk?
If your Nissan has mechanical issues or physical damage, the main factor you’ll want to keep in mind is whether repairing it costs more than the value of the vehicle itself. A qualified mechanic can do this for you, or you can get a quick and accurate quote from us.
Your Nissan may be more valuable than you think. Faulty crankshafts and camshaft sensors are a common failure for these types of vehicles, meaning that yours can benefit from increased value if it has these components in proper working order. The same is true of Nissan Sentra fuel pumps and engine control units.
To find out how much you can get for your junk Nissan Sentra, give us a call and find out from one of our experienced appraisal experts!
Call (855) 587-0227 or request a quote online to sell your Nissan Sentra.