These winners will be given the opportunity to win a cash prize that is equivalent to the selling price of their used car. If the winner has sold his car for around $92,000, that means the person will receive another $92,000.
“Our group performance and the used market in general has been very strong in January and February for the dealer and fleet sector as the Hatfields and Wakefield performance has reinforced,” explained Neil Hodson, Aston Barclay’s group CEO.
Car owners sign up, upload their vehicle information and documents to be approved, and then list on the site for free. Travelers can sign up, search for available vehicles in their desired location, choose a pickup location, and then book.
Facebook Marketplace has quickly become the favorite classifieds site for car buyers and sellers. Car buyers love it because it’s easy to use and navigate. It also gives them more control over their safety and privacy.