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Get an instant offer to
sell or trade your car

Get an online offer in minutes. If you sell to us within 48 hours of receiving our offer, we'll tack on an extra $250, and if not, our offer is still good for 7 days or 500 miles, whichever comes first.*

* Vehicle must be in the same condition as described.

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With some quick information, you’ll get a real offer shockingly fast.

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You bring it to us

Next, we make sure our online quote matches your car on-site.

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Leave with a smile

Get a check for your car or trade it for a new ride.

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Questions about selling or trading?

Can I sell my car to EchoPark?

Absolutely! Get an instant offer online through our Sell/Trade page, or bring it in to your nearest EchoPark Experience Center or Vehicle Buying Center for an on-site appraisal. We’ll test drive and verify the car’s condition when you arrive, and cut you a check on the spot.

How do I get an extra $250 for my car?

It’s simple! Just bring us your car within 48 hours of receiving your offer email. Yes, we make it that easy.

Please note: Car must be in the same condition as described.

How long is my offer good for?

An offer on your trade is good for 7 days or 500 miles, whichever comes first. Sell us your car within 48 hours from the time we send your offer email, and we'll add an extra $250!

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