Ken Garff Luxury
• License plate or VIN
• Trim level
• Vehicle history
• Exact mileage
• The amount you still owe (if you’re still making payments)
• Whether or not you have the title
Please bring all keys/remotes to your appraisal appointment.
In most cases, we will issue a check within 1 business day after receiving a clear and free title. In the event there is a payoff, your payment will be delayed until the lien holder (bank) releases the title and we receive the free and clear title.
We have six authorized buy centers between Orem and Ogden for your convenience. For the best experience, please schedule an appointment to bring in your car before coming in. A dedicated buy center representative is available at each location to assist you.
Honda Orem – David Riccio
195 E. University Parkway • Orem, UT 84058
Honda Downtown – Corbin Hawkins
900 South State Street • Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Porsche/Audi – Tyler Barker
3425 North Digital Drive • Lehi, UT 84043
Nissan Riverdale – Brett Hargrove
615 W Riverdale Rd • Riverdale, UT 84405
West Valley Ford – Tucker Cornia
4091 West 3500 South • West Valley, 84120, UT
Hyundai Southtowne – Mike Toscano
10770 South Auto Mall Drive • Sandy, UT 84070
Yes! Most of the time, you can sell your leased vehicle. After we appraise your vehicle, we’ll get a payoff quote from the leasing company and process any equity you may have. We
recommend checking with your leasing company for all the details because some won’t allow
you to sell your vehicle before your lease is up, and it may not be eligible for trade-in tax savings.
After you submit your car’s information online, we’ll take a look in person to verify it. After
reviewing current market conditions, one of our trained appraisers will check your car’s year,
make, model, mileage, and vehicle history, and then inspect the condition inside and out for
any major defects. They’ll also test drive it to check that the brakes and other parts are
functioning correctly. If everything lines up with the info you submitted online, we’ll pay you
what we offered. If repairs are needed, we may adjust our offer.
If you still owe more than what the car is worth (also known as having negative equity in your car), you have a few options. Sometimes the negative equity can roll into your financing if you buy a new car, but if that’s not an option or you’re not purchasing something new, you can pay us the difference directly.