Junk cars for cash in Hobbs with free pickup.
- We provide the fastest cash for junk car service in Hobbs.
- Junk car removal and towing is always included in your cash offer.
- You'll be paid right on the spot by one of our awesome Hobbs junk car buyers.
Do you have a junk car in your yard that has just become a giant burden to you? Have you been trying hard to sell it, but no one seems to be interested? Well, your troubles are over because we pay cash for cars in Hobbs, NM. That’s right. We pay cash for junk cars, used cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs. We buy cars from people like you all across Hobbs and the state of New Mexico, and our process is lightning fast. So if you want to sell your junk car without any hassle, all you need to do is get in touch with us. Read more to find out how.
Selling your junk car in Hobbs, NM is easy with The Clunker Junker
Has anyone ever told you, “Work smarter, not harder”? If not, we’re telling you now. Don’t make your life more difficult by trying to sell your junk car yourself when you can get cash for your junk car in Hobbs, NM in virtually three steps. Why would you want to go through the process of making repairs, cleaning the car, paying to list the car, writing a description, and all those little annoying things that you have to do to try to sell your car on Craigslist, eBay or just some random parking lot or street? It’s really simple with us.
- You tell us what kind of junk car you are selling.
- We make you an instant offer in most cases.
- We pick up your junk car for free and pay you cash on the spot.
You probably think that this deal sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Thousands of people have entrusted us to buy their junk cars in Hobbs, and we’ve made good on every deal. We have a 100% guarantee that our Hobbs, NM junk car buyers will pay you the amount agreed upon for your car at the time of pickup. There’s no wondering or second-guessing. The deal is not going to fall through. Our offer is as good as gold. Why do we buy junk cars? Well, we buy them because it’s our speciality. We like helping people with their junk car removal needs in Hobbs, NM. Pretty simple right? What are you waiting for? Come and see how real this deal really is.
We buy junk cars in Hobbs with integrity
If you’re still not quite sure whether or not you should sell your junk car to us, you can read consumer reviews, and you’ll see we maintian a positive reputation with our customers, and we’re super proud of that. We have a strong reputation for promptness, friendly staff, and amazing prices for even the junkiest of cars. Some people miss out because they feel like their car is not going to be “good enough.” Well, here at the Clunker Junker, the worse it is, the better off you are. We buy junk cars but we also pay cash for cars in Hobbs, NM that are in good shape as well. We can even pay up to 20X more for newer vehicles than a Hobbs junk yard or salvage yard could.
Other companies that call themselves junk car buyers do not have the reputation that we have. We hear terrifying stories all the time from vehicle owners who almost got mixed up in scams, received extremely low payments for their vehicle, or experienced deplorable customer service. You don’t have to worry about any of those things. We’re number one in Hobbs, NM. Just ask any of the thousands of vehicle owners who have sold us their junk cars over the past decade.
We’ll pay cash for any junk car in Hobbs, NM
Almost anything and everything goes when you deal with us. We don’t care what your car looks like. We don’t care where your car has been. We don’t care if your car runs. Heck, we might not even care if it has all its parts. We do sometimes have to draw the line at cars that have been compeltely stripped of parts or have been severely burned because the cost of the junk car removal may exceed the value of what is left. Even so, we can find something to do with just about any vehicle, but you have to take the risk to contact us so that you can find out how much cash we can pay for your junk car in Hobbs, NM. It will only take a fraction of your time, and then you could literally have money in your hands the same day in some cases (we do not guarantee same day pickup).
Here’s what you’ll need to sell your car to The Clunker Junker
In most cases you’re going to need your title if you intend to sell your vehicle to us. However, sometimes we can buy junk cars with no title in Hobbs, New Mexico, contact us to find out. Without a title you’ll still need to prove ownership with a valid regitration and matching driver’s license for the vehicle. You can also prepare yourself for the meeting by removing all registrations and insurance policies off of the vehicle. That just speeds up the process so that our Hobbs junk car removal agent can load, pay and go. You’re going to need the keys so that the junk car buyer can leave with your car without any issues.
The towing fee is on us, so whatever cash we pay for your car is yours. Why don’t you hit the button below to get a quote right now? You will receive an offer within minutes if not seconds. Accept it if it sounds good to you, and then we will come out and pay you for it. That’s really all there is to it. The choice is yours. You can choose an uncertain or questionable method of selling your car, or you can contact the clunker and junker specialists, and we’ll come out to you.
If you prefer to get a quote over the phone, you can reach us at (888) 383-4181 during our normal business hours.
What is the value of my vehicle in Hobbs?
Today's average value for vehicles near Hobbs, New Mexico is $242 with free towing. If you have a full size pickup like a Toyota Tundra or SUV such as a Chevy Suburban, the average value is a little more at $302, but may only be $205 for small and mid-size cars like a Toyota Camry. Of course, your vehicle's real value depends on a number of factors:
- The year, make, and model. If we can sell your vehicle at auction, it's worth more than salvage values.
- How large is the vehicle and how heavy is it? Scrap pricing is often based on vehicle size and weight.
- Does the vehicle work correctly? Vehicles with good parts are often worth more money.
Do you pay cash for junk cars with no title in Hobbs, NM?
We can sometimes buy junk cars with no title in Hobbs, NM but we cannot guarantee it in all cases. It may depend on a number of different factors, such as the age of the vehicle and the exact location. Ultimately it is up to our local junk car buyers. If we can pay cash for your junk car with no title you will need to have a photo ID matching a valid regsitration to prove ownership. Also note that offers for cars with no title may be significantly lower!
If needed, the legal owner of the car should be able to easily obtain a replacement title through your local Hobbs, NM DMV as seen below. Most states require a small fee for replacement and turnaround time can be anywhere from instantly to a couple of weeks:
Your Hobbs DMV
Hobbs, New Mexico, 88240
How long does it take to tow away my vehicle?
We can usually pick up most vehicles in Hobbs within 1 to 3 business days. However, your local carrier or buyer handles all their own pick up schedules, so we can never guarantee a specific pickup time on the buyer's behalf. Same day pickups are sometimes possible, but never guaranteed.
Do you pay cash or check at pickup time?
Whether you are paid by check or cash depends on the policies of the local buyer who makes a bid on your vehicle. While many of our buyers do pay cash for cars, some have moved to check for better record keeping and the safety of truck drivers. When you are paid by check, remember that The Clunker Junker fully backs up every payment and will pay you the full amount if there is any issue with the local buyer!
Recent Junk And Used Cars Sold In Hobbs, NM
- 2014 Chevrolet Equinox Ls Fwd Oct 25Hobbs, NM88240Doesn't startSalvage Title
- 2003 Hummer H2 Base Oct 22Hobbs, NM88240Runs and DrivesClean Title
- 1999 Lincoln Town Car Signature Sep 29Hobbs, NM88240Doesn't startClean Title
- 1999 Lincoln Town Car Signature Sep 29Hobbs, NM88240Doesn't startClean Title
- 2013 Dodge Dart Sxt Sep 29Hobbs, NM88240Doesn't startSalvage Title
- 2003 Hummer H2 Base Sep 12Hobbs, NM88240Runs and DrivesClean Title
- 2005 Pontiac G6 (Not Sure) Sep 08Hobbs, NM88242Doesn't startClean Title
Here is what other cash for cars customers have said:
"The car is functional, but the engine no longer compresses properly and only starts when connected to a direct charge.The diagnosis includes complete engine failure which is too expensive to seek repairs. "
"The driver side door does not unlock from the inside or the outside, so you have to enter the vehicle from the front passenger door and scoot over to the driver seat. The front passenger door does not open from the outside, so you have to open the back passenger door and then open the front passenger door from the inside. "
"I'm moving to another state. While I first intended to keep the car, it has developed an issue with the rack and pinion system which presents itself as a feeling of intermittent failure in the power steering while veering/turning left at low speeds. The car can still be steered in this condition, albeit with considerably more physical resistance from the steering wheel. When this happens, there is a correlation between speed and the ease with which the wheel can be turned to the left. It's a minor annoyance at freeway speeds, but is problematic when having to make a 90-degree left turn in creeping city traffic or when parallel parking. Other than that, the car is in (mostly) good shape. The motor is completely solid (I replaced the pre-cat O2 sensor shortly after buying the car this summer and this was the only acute mechanical issue that needed to be addressed). The coolant level sensor is faulty but, seeing as the car isn't losing coolant, it's been simple enough to just occasionally pop the hood while pumping gas and checking the coolant along with the other periodic essentials. The transmission is mechanically sound, it shifts as smoothly as any other automatic transmission on a 20-year-old vehicle in working condition. It's not off-the-lot perfect, but I don't notice any sticking, grinding, or appreciable hesitation when it shifts. Two systems that are largely "out" are the power windows and the air conditioning. To make life a bit easier, I swapped out the broken regulator in the driver side window, and it works perfectly. However, all of the others are permanently up. I cannibalized certain parts (an electric motor, bolts, and brackets) from the other windows to get that one working. I believe that the air conditioning system has a leak in it. The previous owner (also an amateur mechanic) tried an R-134 refill, but it reverted to pushing ambient-temperature air after a few days. All of the HVAC controls work as expected, save for the inability to cool the air. The heat works fine, ambient air pumps through as expected, as do all selections (i.e. dash vents vs. floor vents vs. windshield defrost). The electrical system is stable. The previous owner informed me that he replaced the alternator a few years ago. There aren't any noticeable fluctuations in power levels while driving or idling (I occasionally run an inverter while parked with no problems whatsoever), and I've never had to jump the vehicle. There is a moderate amount of body rust. It's not like the car's hideous and pockmarked, but it does have a small rusted-through hole a few inches under the fuel door, and there's consistent rust on the bottom inch or so of the cabin body on both sides that stops at the wheel wells. Other than the rust, there are just a few dents and scratches here and there, though the clear coat on the factory-installed spoiler shows some noticeable sun damage which I've ignored because, like the spoiler itself, it doesn't affect how the car runs or drives. All glass is in good shape. There's one or two tiny pebble-chips in the windshield (as there is with an arguable majority of cars), but other than that, no problem. The previous owner installed an aftermarket CD player with both 3.5mm and USB auxiliary inputs and a remote. AM/FM, 3.5mm, CD player and USB input all work perfectly. Since I'm going to be using public transportation, this will come with the car. The tires are in very good shape, really, they're one of the car's strongest features at the moment. They're all-season, and there's a hell of a lot of tread on them. I'm not exactly sure how many miles they have on them, but it can't be that many. All in all, it's a decent car. It runs, it drives. In short, it's not a stationary rusting heap or anything. It got me to this point, and it'll get me back out of state to junk it in a few days. However, as I cannot justify paying over $300 alongside parking pass fees to make it compatible with low-speed, precise-maneuver driving, I've got to part with it and it is plated, titled, registered and insured as a an out-of-state car, so I really can't take several weeks to sell it from across the country while also looking for stable work on another coast. "
"It has a broken window. It was a car that was bought to fix up, but I ran out of time and cash before I could get too far. It has a fuel injection system and everything is intact. I gutted the interior. "
"The vehicle has been keyed on the sides, and it's missing the front bumper. The timing chain in the motor is damaged and would cost $2,000 to fix."
"There is front end damage to the car. It is driveable but the radiator is cracked now, so it cannot go far. It has four brand new tires with less than 40 miles on them, and they have a lifetime warranty from the installer."