When describing your vehicle, always include the following (when, and if, they apply).
1. "Original Owner"- Everyone likes to buy from the first and only owner.
2. "Service Records Available"- If you've been diligent about keeping your records, it's time for your attention-to-detail to pay off.
3. "Dealer Serviced"- Folks like to buy cars from people who paid the extra $$ to have their vehicles serviced by "the dealer".
4. "Non-Smoker"- The first "test" a potential buyer will give your car is the "smell test". Non-smokers will usually only buy cars that haven't been smoked-in.
5. "Garage Kept"- Should be obvious if the paint, dash and interior is still in nice condition.
6. "Priced Below Blue Book"- You may have done your research by now to determine a fair asking price for your vehicle. If not, click the link below. In our experience, the blue book "private-party" estimate is a little high. Whenever possible, begin with a price a little less than the stated value and always leave yourself some room to negotiate. www.kbb.com
7. "Adult Owned"- When we were young(er), we didn't always have the money or the "persistence" to thoroughly maintain a vehicle. Advantage goes to the "adult" seller.
Include any other personal information about your vehicle that is not immediately apparent by looking at the photos.