Want to sell your junk car for cash in Santa Fe? The Clunker Junker can help.
- We are Santa Fe's top junk car and truck buyer.
- We are Santa Fe's top junk car removal specialists
- We provide the fastest cash for junk car service in Santa Fe.
Are you tired of having a junk car or clunker rotting away on your lawn? Has your wife been nagging about too much clutter? If you’re ready to sell your junk car, turn an eyesore into quick cash, and end your ongoing tinkering project, then The Clunker Junker is the place for you! We pay you cash for cars in Santa Fe, NM! Our process is so quick, easy, and painless you might think it’s too good to be true. But it is good, and it is true! Simply accept our cash offer for your junk car and supply some basic information. You’ll walk away with deeper pockets than you’ve had in years. We’ll schedule a junk car removal appointment and hand you cash or check on site!
Get ready to get cash for your junk car in Santa Fe, NM!
Get ready for the quickest and easiest interaction you’ve ever had with a Santa Fe,NM junk car buyer. With free vehicle pickup and no hidden fees or charges, we’ve been giving cash for junk cars in Santa Fe, NM since 2009, and customer satisfaction has only gone up in our nearly 10-year run! We buy junk cars, and we are the best at what we do.
Here’s how to sell your junk car to us in Santa Fe
Check out just how easy we have made it to sell your junk car:
To start the process of selling your junk car in Santa Fe, NM, simply plug in your information, including the year, make, and model of your junk car. Be sure to use the zipcode in Santa Fe where your vehicle is located. This is not always your home address! Let us know what condition it’s in and if you have the title for your junk car.
After answering a few short yes or no questions, you’ll have our offering price immediately so you can sell your junk car faster than you can say “Scrap!”. Accept our offer, and we will buy your junk car in Santa Fe, NM for the price you see on our website. All the answers to any questions you may have can be found on our website. Don’t worry, only a few steps remain before you can be junk free!
When our Santa Fe junk car buyers arrive to give you cash for your junk car, we require only three things. Firstly, we need the keys to the vehicle. Secondly, we need the title (in some cases). We do buy junk cars with no title in Santa Fe, but cannot always guarantee it. Thirdly, and most importantly, we need the car itself. It’s that easy! After the scheduled FREE junk car removal, don’t forget to notify the DMV to cancel your registration because we bought your junk car! You’ll also need to cancel any car insurance on the vehicle.
We know it’s hard to believe it could be that simple to sell your car, but we guarantee it!
We buy junk cars in Santa Fe, NM, so stop listing it for sale online
You may be asking yourself, “Isn’t selling through a classified site online cheaper, easier, and faster than selling through junkyards these days?” The answer, of course, is a resounding NO. We are a trusted Santa Fe junk car removal company that has a heavy emphasis on fast, reliable, and easy service - every time!
Getting cash for junk cars in Santa Fe, NM isn’t always easy, and posting an advertisement on Ebay or Craigslist definitely has its difficulties. These types of sites have no enforcement of rules, no guarantee of payment, and often are buyer- rather than seller-oriented. They are also anonymous, often communicating only through text or email, which can lead to uncomfortable or unsafe situations. It can take weeks or months to get even a low offer on a vehicle on Craigslist; especially for a damaged, inoperative car or vehicle. However, we guarantee to give honest cash for cars without any of the scams, waiting, or self marketing required for online sites.
Selling your car to a Santa Fe salvage yard isn’t any better
Most junk and salvage yards are not maintained and are without a proper business structure, leading to environmental and toxic hazards linked to real health risks. Countless junkyards across the nation are illegal, unregistered, and thus unregulated. Furthermore, many will try to talk down your price or find a way to cheat you out of what you deserve, accompanied with general poor customer service. We are a highly regulated junk car buyer that adheres to all guidelines, with an unerring and honest pricing system. Not only that, but we have locations in Santa Fe and all over New Mexico for your ease and convenience, happy sellers accepting hundreds of offers every single day. We buy junk cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans. Not only that, we pride ourselves on being the biggest, best, and most trustworthy in the industry.
If you have a junked-up car in your life that is damaging your lawn or home aesthetic and you need some quick, easy cash for that anniversary coming up, our services are for you! Tired of pulling your hair out in frustration over the technicalities of classified sites or the outdated tactics of run-down, overused junkyards? Our hassle-free, easy-to-use website keeps your hair where it belongs - on your head! Simply enter your information, make an account, and receive an offer from the comfort and privacy of your home, no strings attached. With us, you can rest assured that your beat-up old vehicle has been hauled away safely, in exchange for a padded wallet. It really is a win/win! Accept your quote today!
If you prefer to get a quote over the phone, you can reach us at (888) 383-4181 during our normal business hours.
How much will you pay for my car in Santa Fe?
The current average offer for vehicles near Santa Fe, New Mexico is around $244 with pickup included. If you have a big pickup like a Toyota Tundra or SUV such as a Honda Pilot, the average value is at $305, but could be $207 for smaller and mid-size vehicles like a Nissan Maxima. Of course, your vehicle's exact value depends on various factors:
- The year, make, and model. If we can resell the vehicle at auction, it's worth more than scrap values.
- How large is the vehicle and how much does it weigh? Scrap pricing is often based on vehicle size .
- Has the vehicle been in a accident? Vehicles with usable parts are often worth more .
Can you pay cash for junk cars with no title in Santa Fe, NM?
We can sometimes buy junk cars with no title in Santa Fe, 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 Santa Fe, 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 Santa Fe DMV
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505
How long does the process take?
We can usually pick up most vehicles in Santa Fe within 1 to 3 business days. Note, however, that your local buyer or carrier takes care of all their own pick up scheduling, so we can't ever fully guarantee a specific pickup window on their behalf. Same day pickups are sometimes possible, but never guaranteed.
Will I be paid by cash or check?
Whether you are paid by cash or check depends on the policy of the local buyer who places a bid on your vehicle. While some of our buyers do pay cash for cars, a lot have started using checks for better record keeping and the safety of truck drivers. When you are paid via check, keep in mind 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 Santa Fe, NM
- 2000 Bmw 3 Series Sedan 323i Jun 11Santa Fe, NM87506Runs and DrivesClean Title
- 2007 Chevrolet Hhr Lt Jun 10Santa Fe, NM87507Doesn't startNo Title
- 2002 Acura Tl 3.2 Type S Jun 09Santa Fe, NM87505Doesn't startNo Title
- 2004 Chrysler Town And Country... Jun 03Santa Fe, NM87505Engine StartsNo Title
- 2004 Chrysler Sebring Coupe (N... Jun 02Santa Fe, NM87505Runs and DrivesClean Title
- 2002 Saturn L Series Sedan L200 May 28Santa Fe, NM87507Doesn't startNo Title
- 2002 Toyota 4 Runner Sr5 4 Wd May 26Santa Fe, NM87505Runs and DrivesSalvage Title
Here is what other cash for cars customers have said:
"I bought this car with the intention to fix it. The person I bought it from told me that the car starts and runs, but when I decided to fix it, it couldn't be started. "
"The car has a new everything for the most part. The timing belt went out on it last year and ate a lot of the engine. Currently, it's drivable and passed an inspection, but there is a coolant leak that causes the car to heat up pretty quickly. Based on the symptoms, it looks like the head gasket wasn't sealed properly. The car has all the symptoms of a blown head gasket, but I put in a brand-new metal head gasket when I replaced the head on the engine. Since last year, I replaced the battery, alternator, thermostat housing, the engine head, all the seals and gasket on the engine, timing belt and water belt, serpentine belt, oil filter, pistons and rings, other miscellaneous parts of the engine and one of the tires. The car is sitting with 80,000 miles on it. It just has me so frustrated that, after doing all of that work to it, yet another problem pops up. I just simply don't want to look at it anymore, let alone drive it."
"I bought the car from a family member (he was the previous owner) about seven months ago, and I parked it in my aunt's driveway until I could get the title from him. After some time, he found the title that he claimed he lost. Now my aunt is frustrated with the car still sitting in her yard and wants it gone. It's been in her driveway for about eight months now, and I can't get in contact with him to coordinate anything."
"The engine died on me. The driver side mirror is gone, and the windshield has a crack, but everything else is okay. I just put a brand-new tire on the back right side a week before the engine went out. "
"It's an old work van and looks the part. It has a rebuilt motor with less than 75k miles on it and a rebuilt transmission with less than 20k miles on it. It has a flat tire and a dead battery, but it ran fine when it was parked earlier this year."
"The vehicle was in an accident. The damage from the impact is located on the driver door and driver side front tire area. The airbags deployed on that side. Otherwise, the car has been regularly serviced and well-maintained during its lifetime."