Sell GMC Acadia
As a crossover SUV that made its for-sale debut in the United States during the 2007 model year, the GMC Acadia has only seen two generations of productions so far. The second generation was introduced in 2017, and the Acadia at that time became a mid-size crossover SUV rather than a full-size.
If you own a GMC Acadia and are looking to part ways with it, you may consider trading it, trying to sell it yourself, selling it to a salvage yard, or if it’s no longer working, perhaps you’ll let it sit there and collect dust. Although the latter option might be the easiest, it doesn’t help your pocketbook in anyway, and these days, we could all use some extra cash.
There’s a good chance you’ll get the most money for your vehicle with the littlest effort involved on your part if you sell it to a reputable auto salvage company like Cash Auto Salvage.
When a salvage yard prepares an estimate for your Acadia, there are a few main things they’ll take into consideration:
- The interior and exterior condition of the Acadia
- The current market rate of scrap metal (if the vehicle is determined to be in “junk” condition)
- The mileage on the vehicle
- If the title is clean
- The model and year of the Acadia
No matter the condition of your GMC Acadia, whether its gently used or no longer in working condition, we are interested in buying it.
With a curb weight close to 4,000 pounds, this vehicle is worth a decent price in scrap metal if it’s in junk condition. Regardless of the condition of your Acadia, however, there are other features that can affect the value of the vehicle.
The first-generation Acadia was GMC’s first crossover utility vehicle. It had seating for eight, and it was available in front-wheel or all-wheel drive. Optional features included leather seats, wood trim, 20-inch wheels, chrome accents, exhaust tips, and more. The first generation offered four trim levels.
The value of your vehicle will depend not just on its condition, but the trim level, what features you have, and whether these parts are salvageable.
Selling your GMC Acadia is a great way to earn fast cash for a car you’re not using anymore or looking to get rid of with zero hassle. We value your time and customer service. Receive a free, instant offer in 90 seconds for your Acadia here or call (855) 540-4649.
No, every vehicle that we buy we pick up for free!
We pay our customers with cold hard cash, on the spot when we pick up the vehicle. We can also make arrangements to pay you with a money order or check.
The value of each car is based on the year, make, and model. The more information you give us such as mileage and if there is any damage to the vehicle help us come up the highest most accurate price possible.
In most cases, yes! Cash Auto Salvage is a nationwide car buyer that offers vehicle buying and towing services 7 days per week in some areas. Call us at 855-540-4649 to get a free offer and to find out if our location near you is open on Sunday.