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I have a 2006 navigator in great condition. 24" custom rims, 4 high performance new tires low miles mid 30k. I have only had this for truck for 1 yr. My spouse was paying the note. I'm about to go through a divorce and can not afford the note. Therefore what would be the best way to sell it for the balance that's owed 34k. Help please!

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Barbra Einsohn , Customer Relations Manager  at David McDavid Honda of Irving Dear Quel, Thank you for your inquiry. To get the most money for your vehicle would be to sell it directly to another individual. You eliminate the middle man by selling the vehicle direct and right now you need as much money as you can get for the car. The down side is the time frame it may take to sell the vehicle, and if you under the gun to sell quickly, then this may not be the way to go. However, if you can afford to wait for the right buyer, then I would encourage you to sell the vehicle outright. If this option doesn

Heather Conary, Founding Partner  at ID Communications, a division of Illumination Design Sorry to hear about your divorce! Trying to sell the Navigator outright yourself is usually the best way to get the most money. Make sure you have the vehicle in tip-top condition (interior, exterior and performance), and use all the resources available to you. The appearance is particularly important for you, selling a custom vehicle. The performance modifications, low miles and new tires will be great selling points! Take a peek at my articles on "How to Sell Your Car Private Party" at http://askpatty.typepad.com/ask_patty_/2007/03/selling_your_ca.html You can also listen to my Womanar podcast of the same name at http://www.askpatty.com/womanars.php Scroll about halfway down and you

Marnie Kramer, Owner and Creator at EverythingCarz.com Thank you for visiting AskPatty.com. To get the highest dollar amount for the vehicle you would want to sell it on your own.

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