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TAX REFUND SALE – USED CARS FOR SALE in Jersey City

Friday, February 22nd, 2019
TAX REFUND SALE

TAX REFUND SALE – USED CARS FOR SALE

Used cars for sale

Tax refund time usually means people will get a nice chunk of change, and for some consumers,  people like to treat themselves to a new car. And, we here can help you.
Let us help you save more of your hard earned dollars when shopping for your next car. We can offer our customers Pre-Owned cars below Kelley Blue Book value.
We Accept Tax Refund Checks, H&R Block Debit Cards and Jackson Hewitt Debit Cards. Pick the car you want, leave a deposit and either finance the purchase or pay cash. Either way we do the bill of sale, title work and temp plates so you can drive home the same day. For Finance customers, we will register the car for you too (any state).
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USED CARS FOR SALE in NJ:  www.NJStateAuto.com

 

TAX REFUND SALE - USED CARS FOR SALE

 

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2018 NJ TAX REFUND SALE

Saturday, February 24th, 2018

2018 NJ TAX REFUND SALE

2018 NJ TAX REFUND SALE

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Don’t Let Your Car Overheat – Don’t Blow The Motor

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017
Don't Blow The Engine

Overheating Your car? Not good.

With the boiling-hot summer weather right around the corner, now is the time to brush up on car basics and car maintenance. When your temperature gauge is in the red, your vehicle’s engine is running too hot and that can damage your car or even destroy your engine.

Don’t Let Your Car Overheat.

5 Steps to take when your car is overheating:

1. Turn your engine off.

If your car overheats on the road, the first thing you need to do is turn it off, open the hood and let it cool off.

 

2. Never remove the radiator cap.

Do not uncap the radiator system or the water system. It will be under high pressure and will blow off and burn you.

 

3. Let the engine cool off.

If your engine starts to overheat, it will give you plenty of warnings and show yellow and red lights. That’s the time to pull over before you could actually damage anything.

 

Need Help. Call the Auto Service Department at NJ Auto Auction: in Jersey City – 201-200-1100 or Schedule An Appt. Online: http://www.njstateauto.com/schedule-car-maintenance-or-auto-repair-jersey-city-nj

 

4. Fill up the  antifreeze coolant.

After the car has cooled – open the system up and fill it back up with new antifreeze.”

 

5. Carefully monitor the temperature gauge.

If the temperature gauge crosses over to hot or red – pull over and turn the engine off.

 

Overheating can blow-up your engine. Don’t be that guy.

11Used Audi Cars in Jersey City New Jersey

Friday, November 25th, 2016

11 Used Audi Cars in Jersey City New Jersey

Audi Cars For Sale NJ

Audi Cars For Sale

Search Audi Cars here: http://www.njstateauto.com/used-audi-jersey-city-nj

Come search our inventory of Audi Cars for sale at New Jersey State Auto Auction in Jersey City N.J.

We are located at 406 Sip Ave. Jersey City, NJ 07306

Call us for Directions: 201-200-1100

You can buy with cash or we can provide auto financing.

Audi Cars - 2007 Audi A3 4dr Hatchback Manual FrontTrak Jersey City NJ

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Featured: 2011 Honda Pilot 4WD 4dr EX-L 3rd Row Seats

Friday, November 11th, 2016

2011 Honda Pilot 4WD 4dr EX-L w/RES

http://www.njstateauto.com/vehicle-details/2011-honda-pilot-4wd-4dr-ex-l-w-res-jersey-city-nj-id-15727495

Used Cars in NJ Auto Auction - 2011 Honda Pilot 4WD 4dr EX-L

2011 Honda Pilot – NJ Auto Auction

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2011 Honda Pilot

Stock # 42504, 3.5L V6 SOHC 24V,
5-Speed Automatic, 104873 mi., 16/22 MPG
Kelley Blue Book : $28,840
My Savings: $12,848
Auction Price: $15,992
As low as
$255 /mo

Used Cars in NJ Auto Auction - 2011 Honda Pilot 4WD 4dr EX-L Trunk Storage

 

***CARFAX CERTIFIED WITH SERVICE RECORDS*** 2011 Honda Pilot EX-L and 4WD. So roomy, it’s like having box seats at the opera. Free range passengers!

THE NEW JERSEY STATE AUTO AUCTION HAS BEEN AN EBAY PREMIER SELLER SINCE 2005 WITH A 100% POSITIVE FEEDBACK RATING. Previous owner purchased it brand new! Want to save some money? Get the NEW look for the used price on this one owner vehicle. You’ll love how great it is on gas! So hurry in because that makes this a POPULAR vehicle! New Car Test Drive said, …plenty of cargo and people versatility in an efficient package, with towing capacity for light loads… Consumer Guide named the Pilot a 2011 Midsize SUV Best Buy!

This 2011 Honda Pilot 4dr 4WD 4dr EX-L with RES features a 3.5L V6 SOHC 24V 6cyl Gasoline engine. It is equipped with a 5 Speed Automatic transmission. The vehicle is Bali Blue Pearl with a Gray Full Leather interior. It is offered with the remaining extended warranty.

CALL NOW at 201-200-1100 or visit www.NJStateAuto.com — You can SEE MORE PHOTOS of this vehicle, Free CARFAX Reports and over 300 more Cars, Trucks, Vans and SUVs. AUTO FINANCING is available on most vehicles.

All Credit Accepted. — We provide all the paperwork, bill of sale, titles, reassignments and temp tags.

BUY RIGHT OFF THE LOT – We Open at 9am everyday.

For Sale: 2007 Jeep Wrangler 4WD Unlimited X

Friday, October 28th, 2016
2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited X

For Sale: 2007 Jeep Wrangler 4WD Unlimited X

Take a look… at this beautiful Jeep Wrangler

http://www.njstateauto.com/vehicle-details/2007-jeep-wrangler-4wd-4dr-unlimited-x-jersey-city-nj-id-15675569

2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited X

2007 Jeep Wrangler 4WD Unlimited X

2007 Jeep Wrangler 4WD

Stock # 42510, 3.8L V6 CYLINDER, 6-Speed Manual, 82731 mi., 16/19 MPG

Kelley Blue Book : $19,030
My Savings: $564
Auction Price: $18,466
As low as
$301 /mo
This 2007 Jeep Wrangler 4dr 4WD 4dr Unlimited X features a 3.8L V6 CYLINDER 6cyl Gasoline engine. It is equipped with a 6 Speed Manual transmission. The vehicle is Bright Silver Metallic with a Dark/Medium Khaki Cloth interior. It is offered with the remaining extended warranty.
CALL NOW at 201-200-1100 or visit www.NJStateAuto.com — You can SEE MORE PHOTOS of this vehicle, Free CARFAX Reports and over 300 more Cars, Trucks, Vans and SUVs. AUTO FINANCING is available on most vehicles – All Credit Accepted.
You can SEE MORE PHOTOS of this vehicle, Free CARFAX Reports and over 300 more Cars, Trucks, Vans and SUVs. AUTO FINANCING is available on most vehicles.
All Credit Accepted. — We provide all the paperwork, bill of sale, titles, reassignments and temp tags. BUY RIGHT OFF THE LOT – We Open at 9am everyday.

Why 2016 could be a great year to buy a Used Car – Part 2

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

2016

When you’re browsing through a glossy catalog of flashy cars, you start developing thoughts of buying your family a brand new car. But a voice echoes from your bank account saying that this isn’t the best move for right now. Everybody faces financial constraints, but you don’t have to stop yourself from buying a car. 2016 has seen a large influx of used cars coming into the market, and you have a wide variety you could choose from.

Almost everyone would prefer a new car to a used one, but in cases where you’re unable to afford a brand new car presently, you should opt for a pre-owned vehicle. Car manufacturing companies are releasing newer models with better upgrades almost every year. This makes car owners want to upgrade their current cars and buy a new one. As these people buy new cars, they release their old ones onto the market giving you ample opportunity to choose the right one for you and your family.

Another reason why 2016 is a great year to buy a pre-owned car is that most of these cars are at the end of their lease terms. This will result in a decrease in their price tags, making even high-end sedans with modern features affordable. Cars that were purchased in early 2010s with two- or three-year leases will enter the market this year, giving an excellent opportunity for people who are looking to buy pre-owned vehicles.

Visit the New Jersey State Auto Auction and explore their wide variety of used cars.

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New Jersey State Auto Auction

406 Sip Avenue

Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

Phone: 201.355.4138

Website: www.NJStateAuto.com

 

Myths to Avoid When Buying a Used Car – Part III

Friday, July 22nd, 2016

Used Car

When it comes to buying used cars, its hard to know what or who to believe. There are trustworthy sellers and dealerships, no doubt, but one can never be too careful. Buyers should always educate themselves before going out to buy a used car. This also means knowing whether certain information is correct or not. Of course, the best thing is to not take anything at face value and do a thorough inspection of the car. Nonetheless, a few debunked myths may help make the process a little easier for you.

1) A better trade-in price for your old car means a better deal for your new used car – Honestly, this is not always true because what you need to focus on is the total amount of money that you’re actually spending. If you get a better price for your old car from one dealer and then you pay a certain amount for the used car that you’re buying without discount then you’re not really getting a very good deal. Always look at the fine print. Keep the math simple – how much money is ultimately going out of your pocket?

2) Receipts don’t matter – Being an informed buyer means knowing that receipts do matter a lot. Whatever sellers or dealers tell you, don’t trust it until they can prove it with some documentation. If a car has been serviced, there obviously is some record of it. Moreover, you should also physically check for yourself that the servicing has been done – check the fluids, the brakes, the suspension and whatever else was supposed to have been serviced according to the seller/dealer.

If you found the tips helpful, visit New Jersey State Auto Auction for more!

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New Jersey State Auto Auction

406 Sip Avenue

Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

Phone: 201.355.4138

Website: www.NJStateAuto.com

 

 

Myths to Avoid When Buying a Used Car – Part II

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

Used Car

It’s a major decision when choosing which used car to buy. Research needs to be well done and test drives are a must. Many people rely on car guide prices and magazine reviews. While they are helpful, relying on them completely can be misleading. Most of all, making yourself aware of common used car buying myths can save you money and frustration. Following are some common used car myths:

1) Fuel efficiency is the most important factor in deciding the right car – While fuel consumption is a major factor,  it isn’t the most important. Things like depreciation value of the car, diesel or gasoline engine, and condition of the engine, among others, are equally as important if not more at times. Even if you get a used car with a fuel efficient diesel engine it isn’t going to be worth it if you have to spend large amounts on repairing the diesel pump or the diesel particulate filter for example. So, be sure to look at all aspects and not just focus on one.

2) A seemingly nice seller definitely sells good cars – Here’s the thing – you don’t know the seller. So never assume their character and definitely don’t assume the reliability and condition of the car based on the seller’s apparent personality. It is wisest to check out the car in the place that it is registered and to, of course, do a thorough check before buying it.

Stop by the New Jersey State Auto Auction for more reliable tips for buying reliable used cars.

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New Jersey State Auto Auction

406 Sip Avenue

Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

Phone: 201.355.4138

Website: www.NJStateAuto.com

 

Myths to Avoid When Buying a Used Car – Part I

Monday, July 18th, 2016

 

Used Car

Buying a used car is trickier than buying a new one, for obvious reasons. So, how do we avoid making a choice that will doom us to automotive and financial hell? For one thing, we need to make sure we don’t fall for any unfounded “myths” regarding used cars. Here are a few myths that are absolutely not true:

1) All used cars are equal – This is a myth that is not true at all. The quality and reliability of used cars vary greatly depending on how old it is, how much mileage it has already covered, and the reliability record of that particular model. Some car manufacturers do make it a point that their cars have a good reputation as used cars. For example, the Honda Civic, Chevrolet Impala and Ford Taurus are widely accepted to be among the safest used car choices when it comes to long term reliability whereas other car makers like Land Rovers don’t do so well on a long term spectrum.

2) Buying from a dealer gives me a warranty and that is worth the extra money – Many people prefer buying from used car dealers rather than private sellers because of the warranty. While this is a logical approach to used car buying, you’ll want to ensure the warranty you’re signing up for is compatible with your expectations, otherwise you’ll likely experience lost money and frustrations down the road.

For more useful information on used cars, visit the New Jersey State Auto Auction.

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New Jersey State Auto Auction

406 Sip Avenue

Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

Phone: 201.355.4138

Website: www.NJStateAuto.com

 

 

Why Can’t Car Makers Just Reissue Classic Cars Instead Of Updating Less Aesthetic Versions?

Friday, April 15th, 2016

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Many car enthusiasts love used classic cars. The cars of old had a certain charm of their own and a majority of them had more character than many of the more traditional looking vehicles on the road today. So, why don’t car companies just reissue old models with updated specs to meet present standards?

This is a question that many automotive enthusiasts have asked. So, why don’t automakers just go ahead and do that?

Well, there are actually several reasons why automakers don’t do that. For starters, there aren’t too many people who love classic cars or their retro designs. You might disagree with that, but, it’s the truth. The ones who do want classic cars to make a comeback belong to a very small community of automotive enthusiasts.

On the other hand, the majority of consumers are just regular old folk who are just looking for a set of wheels that will carry them from point A to B in safety and comfort. They are not as passionate as the average car guy or gal.

The other reason, and the more significant one, is that old cars do not possess the design or construction to accommodate modern safety features. Automotive safety depends heavily on the way a car or vehicle is designed. Sadly, cars back in the day were not designed to accommodate modern safety standards. They may have been relevant for their day, but, they clearly lack the sophistication that modern vehicles possess.

Do you like old used cars? Well, New Jersey State Auto Auction has quite a few good ones in store. Drop in to take a look and find the one which suits you best.

 

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New Jersey State Auto Auction

406 Sip Avenue

Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

Phone: 201.355.4138

Website: www.NJStateAuto.com/?ibp-adgroup=SE_Target

Why Are Some Cars So Ugly?

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

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Have you ever noticed that some cars are just plain ugly? Have you ever wondered why this is the case? Well, before you start to blame things on bad designers, realize that a lack of designing skills is rarely the case. Producing a car is an expensive and complex process. What this means is that compromises are going to be made unless you’re buying a Rolls Royce that costs half your family fortune.

Cost is a major factor when it comes to automotive design. The other major factor is quality.

You must understand that most automakers are designing and building cars for the market majority and the market majority is made up of your average Joe, who isn’t going to spend an entire year’s income on a car. In fact, many people prefer buying a used car as it is more cost effective.

Now, add some government and quality standards to the mix and you’ve got a complex issue on your hands. You need to create a vehicle that meets all those standards and is still affordable to the consumer. That’s just not possible without making a few compromises. So, what’s the first area that’s going to get compromised? It’s the vehicle’s appearance because that’s the only area that’s not going to drastically affect the overall performance and quality of the vehicle.

High end vehicles look amazing because the consumers who buy them are willing to spend every penny, which means automakers can’t and don’t have to make significant compromises.

Other than that, there is also the issue of use and practicality. For instance, the Toyota Venza displayed at SEMA this year looked great compared to the standard version, but, you would never be able to drive such a vehicle in an off-road situation because of the tiny gaps around the wheels. On the other hand, a standard Venza does not have that problem and can be used in off-road situations.

Since, the Venza is primarily an SUV; its design must fit its real purpose.

Interested in a used Venza? Come on down to New Jersey State Auto Auction and take your pick or browse the selection of affordable, great looking vehicles.

 

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New Jersey State Auto Auction

406 Sip Avenue

Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

Phone: 201.355.4138

Website: www.NJStateAuto.com/?ibp-adgroup=SE_Target

What Does A Hissing Sound In The Engine Mean?

Monday, April 11th, 2016

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Is there a hissing sound originating from your used car’s engine? Well, if there is, there could be many reasons for that sound. A hissing sound from the engine generally isn’t a very good sign. However, there is no reason to panic.

In fact, it’s possible for most cars to carry parts that may create this hissing sound. So, before you jump to any conclusions, make sure you narrow down the problem to a specific cause. What you need to do is indulge in a thorough investigation to determine where that sound is coming from.

Look for visual cues. The more severe hisses are usually accompanied by some kind of release. For example, it could be coolant escaping from the radiator or radiator hose as a result of overheating. The coolant, in this situation, tries to escape in the form of steam.

If you can’t identify any visual cues, the next step is to listen closely, while the engine is still on. When you’re doing this make sure you follow a few safety measures. For example, don’t get too close to moving parts and if you have long or loose hair, tie it up.

Once you manage to identify the source of the hissing sound, start looking for symptoms. The symptoms will further help you decide what needs to be fixed.

Reasons for a hissing sound could include an overheating engine, in which case, you will need to fix the cooling system. It could also be that your catalytic converter or exhaust system is plugged. In this case, you will need to replace the parts in question.

If you’re concerned about the hissing sounds in your engine, please bring your pre-owned vehicle over to New Jersey State Auto Auction for a quick fix.

 

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New Jersey State Auto Auction

406 Sip Avenue

Jersey City, New Jersey 07306

Phone: 201.355.4138

Website: www.NJStateAuto.com/?ibp-adgroup=SE_Target

What Is An Auto Auction?

Monday, December 8th, 2014

By now, you've probably heard some rumblings about the opportunities at New Jersey State Auto Auction. Our lot has hundreds of Carfax-certified used cars for you to browse through, in addition to special perks like the financing department and the Total Car Care Center. But still, many people are unsure of how our processes work, and we want to clear up some of the confusion. 

What is an auto auction? 
Just like the name implies, New Jersey State Auto Auction offers a chance for customers to bid on the car they want. This gives them the opportunity to get a high-quality vehicle for a low price, as they only have to bid what they think the car is worth. Competition may raise the prices, but the setup gives drivers a chance to capitalize on great deals. The process may take a while, as people have to register to bid and close out sales, but the potential payoff makes it worthwhile. 

3 tips for buyers 
Are you considering checking out the selection at NJ State Auto? If so, then keep in mind these three tips.

1. Do your research 
Auto auctions may seem overwhelming, but they don't have to be. It's easy for you to conduct some preliminary research on your own to narrow down your car search. Check out the details about the exact car you'll be bidding on and browse through our selection from the comfort of your own home. You can even register to bid on cars, which gets the process started by completing some paperwork. 

2. Figure out how you want to pay 
Many people aren't aware that they have options when it comes to paying for the vehicle – at least to start. While our in-house finance team can finalize loans and credit approvals, you'll need to have a way to transfer money for the bidding process. Many customers use PayPal, as this service provides an easy and secure way to make payments to a wide variety of businesses. However, we also accept all major credit cards, so you don't have to sign up for anything you don't want to. 

3. Know your options 
Of course, we do have another option for drivers. If you don't want to wait any longer to get behind the wheel of a car, you can select "Buy It Now." This allows you to pay for your choice and secure ownership in a very short amount of time – we even offer same day pickup. You'll drive off the lot with the bill of sale, title, temporary license plates and even financing or a warranty in place. 

Watch Out For Car Damage From Potholes

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

During the winter months, freezing temperatures, ice and heavy drifts of snow can wreak havoc on the roads. This frequently manifests itself in the form of potholes, but these divots in the pavement are more than just bumps along the way. They can cause severe damage to your car, and even the most careful drivers may find an unavoidable and dangerous pothole in their path. 

According to the U.S. PIRG Education Fund, potholes and similar road problems will cost the average driver about $335 per year in maintenance and repair costs. In total, more than $5 billion will be spent to fix the damage done by potholes, WJLA News reported. 

"No matter where you drive these days, there's a pothole epidemic, and as winter turns to spring, it's only going to get worse," said Rich White, executive director of the Car Care Council. "Drivers know immediately when they hit a pothole, but what they don't know is if their vehicle has been damaged in the process. While tires and wheels can be visually checked, potholes can also cause considerable damage to the steering, suspension and alignment systems that you just can't see." 

There are a few things drivers can do to get around potholes, including paying attention to the traffic patterns ahead. However, swerving at the last minute should be avoided – especially in the winter – as this can cause motorists to lose control of the vehicle. 

Drivers should make sure they are getting their vehicles checked for damage and fixing any problems as they arise. The Total Car Care Center at NJ State Auto Auction caters to the public and is capable of addressing issues you may have, so anyone concerned about what potholes may have done to a car should schedule an appointment.