Public Car Auction Held Twice Weekly
BUY LIKE THE DEALERS DO! - EVERY WEDNESDAY 6:00PM & Saturday 10:00AM
New Hampshire's premier car auction has hundreds of luxury and economy vehicles to be auctioned this week!! Interstate Auto Auction is an auto auction open to the public located in Salem, NH. We sell dealer trade-ins, repossessions, lease ends, donated cars and more. Full auction catalog available here.
Interstate Auto Auction invites YOU to attend our next auction, this Wednesday night at 6:00PM. You can Buy Like the Dealers Do. The general public is welcome to come and pre-view, test drive and purchase vehicles at auction, JUST LIKE THE DEALERS DO!!! you'll have the advantage of purchasing at true wholesale prices!!!, we sell more vehicles in a month than most dealerships sell in an entire year!! We own NONE of the inventory we sell. We are truely a liquidation source for dealerships, banks, rental fleets, wholesalers and other institutions with an interest in motor vehicles!! These institutions use us to process them and liquidate them, traditionally auto auctions are open only to licensed dealers. NOW IT'S YOUR TURN
At Interstate Auto Auction we want you to buy with confidence. You may TEST DRIVE any of the vehicles before the auctions!
Important Information Before You Bid
If this is your first time buying a car at Auction please pause and imagine yourself buying like a Dealer. The excitement of bidding in the crowd combined with lower prices than anywhere else saving you thousands off the retail price. Of course after you purchase a vehicle it will be time to fix some items; so it's best to have some money set aside for the fixes. Yes, it is possible that you could get lucky and win a vehicle at Auction that is near perfect without having to put any money into it except maybe a couple hundred dollars. We have learned this over the years when returning customers have come back to share their personal experiences with us. However, it is always best no matter how great a vehicle seems to be that you understand these vehicles usually need fixes that average $300 - $900 for general sedans (such as like Honda's, Dodge, Ford's, Chevy, Kia, Hyundai, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Scion Toyota ect). In addition to this fixes usually expect to be double that average of general sedans when you win any Truck, SUV or high end luxury vehicles (Acura, Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Land Rover, Lexus, Infiniti, Jaguar, Mercedes, Volkswagen, Volvo ect). This is due mainly to cost of parts and the time of labor. For example, four new ties on a Honda Civic may only cost only $400, but on a Ford F-150 four new tires will be $800. Another example, is if a check engine light comes on and the vehicle has something common such as a evap code. If you have a Chevy sedan this should be a simple fix that will only will $50-$100. However, if you have a Mercedes with the same evap code will be a more intricate fix that is $300-$500. So it is important to take into consideration what kind of vehicle you are purchasing for fixes before you bid. Regardless, if you utilize this average range above and understand this is normal when buying Green Light Cars you can plan ahead.
With this information you can even save more money when you come and test drive in person prior to bidding. When you test drive on our 11 Acer site you can learn so much more about the vehicle by seeing it in person. This will help you choose the price you should bid and since we have vehicles for everyone's budget you will be best prepared for virtually any scenario that comes your way.
It's safe to say that customers who follow these suggestions have a great advantage. This is the key to what a dealer does to be successful. You research, buy low, fix the cars issues and save thousands of dollars in the process. This is your chance to turn the tables on the car dealers and stop paying those high retail prices. You can save thousands doing it yourself or pay thousands more and have a dealer do it for you. It's your money, it's your choice.
Benefits of A Public Car Auction
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