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Other than sales tax and DMV registration fees, we only charge a $70 doc fee on top of the price of the car. Ex: a car listed for $10,000, will not be more than $11,500.What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept personal checks, cashier’s checks, cash, wire transfers, and bank deposits. We also take credit/debit cards and mobile apps (Venmo, zelle, Apple Pay, PayPal, cash app, or bitcoin-not) up to $2,000 with no fee, any amount over $2,000 will be charged a 3% fee.Is your dealership a member of CUDL?
Yes! We’re part of CREDIT UNION DIRECT LENDING. We can access your pre-approved status at the dealership. However, some credit unions (Patelco, Golden One, Provident, and a few others) require you to get a direct loan with them, in which case we provide you with a purchase order that you can submit to them to complete the loan.How much down payment do I need and what’s my rate?
It all depends on your credit and employment history. With good credit, you decide how much to put down to make your payments comfortable. Credit unions offer the best rates, starting at around 3% APR. For not-so-good credit, banks will require a larger down payment and rates will be higher. This requires a case-by-case analysis.Can you help with shipping/delivery/export?
Yes, as a member of a national transportation brokerage, we can post any vehicle for shipping anywhere in the US at wholesale prices. We don’t mark up the rate. You pay the transporter directly on delivery. We can also help set up export to any country.
In some cases if you’re close by in SF, Oakland or the Peninsula, we can deliver to you.Can you pick me up from BART?
Yes, we can pick you up from either the Colma or Daly City BART stations.Can you come to us for a test drive?
Unfortunately, we are a small company and don’t have the resources to deliver cars for test drives.Why can't you price match?
Each used car is unique, even if it’s similar in miles, color, options, etc. More often than not, the lowest priced cars in the market have either damage/accidents reported on Carfax, frame damage reported to a dealer when bought at auction (but not reported on Carfax and undisclosed to a buyer), or poor prior repairs that may not be noticeable at first glance to a consumer. Therefore, the lowest price may not always be the best value. We encourage consumers to read business reviews to make sure they are buying from a dealer with ethical business practices.Why is your price different than online pricing tools (such as KBB, CarGurus, BlackBook, Edmunds, Carfax suggested values)?
Each used car is unique. Also, within each model, markets may vary greatly based on supply and demand for certain options and colors. Here’s an example... a 3-year old grey Fiat 500e with 25k miles is worth $7,800 per KBB. The identical car in white and steam interior and a moonroof package is valued at $8,000 per KBB. In reality, the grey Fiat will sell closer to $7,200 due to the abundance of availability in the market, while the white Fiat will sell closer to $8,800 due to its rarity. These suggested values are even more distorted for older models with exceptionally low miles. For example, KBB values an 8-year old Toyota Highlander Hybrid with 40,000 miles at $19,000, even though this car will sell for upwards of $23,000. Therefore, while online valuation tools work well for the most common models with basic options, they should not be the sole guide for valuing cars with unique features.Do your cars come with 2 keys, floor mats, or owner’s manual?
Please ask in advance. Sadly, some of our vehicles may not come with all of the above items.Do all of your cars have clean titles?
Yes, of course. We don’t sell any branded title vehicles (such as salvaged, flooded, lemon law buyback, true miles unknown, grey market, etc.).