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We give you direct access to tens of thousands of repossessed and salvage cars, trucks, and SUVs from banks, lenders, and insurance companies. Find the vehicle of your dreams now while saving thousands of dollars.
Our speciality is seeking out quality, reliable low cost cars for sale around the USA.
About Repo Cars For Sale USA
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Every year we connect thousands of consumers with the dealers and liquidators of repo cars and trucks.
Usedcarsclub.com was established in early 2019 to connect consumers directly with sellers and brokers of bank and other lender repossessed vehicle assets.
We enable people to save thousands of dollars and in some cases tens of thousands of dollars on the purchase of their next vehicle, whether its a passenger car, truck, SUV or RV. We connect you right to our partners’ database of listings, which is often used by dealers as well as mechanics, so you know you’re getting the best possible pricing.
We do not process any payments for vehicle purchases, or sell any vehicles, or parts directly. We are not an auto broker. Instead we focus on connecting buyers to sellers through the power of the internet and its vast advertising networks.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Repoed Vehicles
What does cheapcarsnova.com offer?
Unlike most auto dealers that carry very limited amounts of inventory, we offer consumers direct access to a nationwide database of repossessed vehicles. A repo (for short) is a car, truck or SUV that was taken back from the bank, lender, or dealer because the owner could not afford to make payments on it. Perhaps they were late paying or didn’t pay at all. We don’t focus on why the previous owner couldn’t pay, but instead how to stretch your dollar to get the best car for the best price.
Is a repoed vehicle safe to drive?
Yes! A repossessed vehicle in most cases isn’t any different than a normal, regular clean title vehicle. All this term means is that the vehicle was taken back, often by a bank, from a person that was unable to make the agreed upon payments for it.
Of course, we recommend having any vehicle, repo or otherwise, inspected and certified by a mechanic before getting it put on the road, to ensure it’s mechanically sound to drive, but being a repo vehicle doesn’t necessarily mean it’s not mechanically sound.
I see a vehicle I’m interested in, but I’m in a different state, what do I do?
If you are keen to see the vehicle in person before purchase, then the only thing to do is travel to the location of that vehicle. You will want to make arrangements from the dealer, or broker first as many of these vehicles are not stored in open retail outlets.
However, if you are simply interested in purchasing a car, truck or SUV based on the information and photos provided online you can have it shipped using nearly any commercial auto carrier.
It’s always best to get in touch with a transport company before agreeing to purchase the vehicle you are interested in, to ensure the car can be affordably shipped to you.
Is a repo vehicle the same as a salvage or rebuilt vehicle?
Not at all. They are completely different things. A salvage or rebuilt vehicle refers to vehicles that have “Salvage” or “Rebuilt” as their title, often due to an accident, theft, or flood. Most repo vehicles are “Clean Titled” vehicles, meaning they are without a brand on their title. Lenders and banks don’t usually finance vehicles with a salvage or rebuilt title, so the vast majority of repoed vehicles would have normal, clean titles.
Do you offer financing on these vehicles?
In short, no, we do not offer financing. We are not a vehicle seller, dealer or broker ourselves. Instead, we connect you to the database of repossessed vehicles, of which there are many hundreds, if not thousands of brokers and sellers listing their inventory.
Most of the brokers do not offer financing, and normally if the vehicle is being purchased through a bank who has repossessed it, they are primarily interested in liquidating that vehicle asset and getting full payment for it.
You can, however, arrange financing through your own bank, often they just need to know the VIN, model, mileage, and condition of the vehicle to get you an approval.
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