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Selling a USED FORKLIFT

Selling October 12, 2016

If you have decided its time to sell your forklift, weather its to upgrade your forklift, or maybe your business needs have changed.  There are many ways you can sell your used forklift., it can get a bit daunting, but here’s a few tips that might make it easier for you to navigate.

Know what its worth

Its simple, everything has a value, but it is pointless if you are trying to sell a Hyster H2.50DX for $20 000 when they are being advertised for sale as a used forklift for $10 000 in your area.

To get a gauge of what its worth, you can visit our listing page and search for similar makes and models of equipment, or even talk to your local dealer to get an idea.

Set a budget for selling

Forklifts sell just like cars, but you will need to spend a little bit of money of either getting it in shape for sale or possibly cost of advertising.  Weather it be an online portal such as ForkliftMarket , or through conventional sales methods such as newspapers, so make  sure you set a dollar value you are prepared to spend, you don’t want to spend $1000 in advertising, where you might get better value for $60 in an online ad.

What condition are you selling it in

As a private sale you really don’t need to worry about selling with terms, other then As is where is (make sure all safety features work – as a minimum condition) , but if you are a dealer, you really need to consider do you offer warranty,

Make sure you get the money

Its just like anything, when you sell, make sure you get the money of the purchaser.  At a minimum make sure you are sure if you are repairing it, to what condition you are repairing it to.  Do all safety features work, ie horn, lights seat belts, beepers.

Service records

Its all ways a good idea to give the buyer a copy of your service records, It can generate trust and show your not hiding anything that might be majorly wrong with your forklift.

So there they are the top 5 tips for selling your forklift, remember do your research and make sure you get the value you want.

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