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Commercial trucks can be challenging to value because they’re usually configured specifically for one business. Because commercial trucks have different models, heights, wheelbase lengths, upfits, and more, you might not know what to compare yours to when you go to sell it or trade it in.
Still, you deserve a fair price for your truck that meets industry standards. What it often boils down to are price comparisons and research. But your trusted experts at Sherry Chrysler can also help you nail down your truck’s value.
How Do I Value My Commercial Truck?
Commercial trucks are rarely exactly alike. Yours does what you need for your business. Mainstream vehicles are much easier to value because there are plenty of others configured the same way to compare them to.
The best way to find the exact value of your commercial truck is to ask our experts. You can start your commercial truck evaluation process online here. [...]
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Your business is personal to you, so it makes sense that your fleet needs to keep up with its demands. No matter what you need in your commercial fleet, Paul Sherry Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM has you covered with its fleet truck inventory. When you order your fleet trucks from us, you get custom-tailored service, access to some of the best service body companies in the business, and lifelong heavy-duty commercial truck maintenance and repairs from our expert service team and facility.
Here are a few things you can expect from us when you order your fleet from Sherry Chrysler:
Custom Upfits from the Best Companies in the Industry
Sherry Chrysler is proud to partner with some of the best custom upfit companies for fleet trucks. A few of the companies we work with include Reading, Knapheide, and Warner. The service bodies from these [...]
Comments Off on Leasing vs Buying Fleet Vehicles: What’s the Best Option?
No two businesses are the same. Some businesses depend on leasing their fleet vehicles while others choose to buy or finance them instead. Here are a few points to consider with buying vs. leasing fleet vehicles:
Leasing and buying both have perks in terms of affordability, but for different reasons. Let’s compare:
Tax benefits: Buying a vehicle can provide your business with potential tax breaks that you won’t get when you lease.
Equity: When you purchase a fleet vehicle, you can build equity that you can use to refinance the vehicle later or trade in for something new. You don’t build equity in a leased vehicle.
Depreciation: New vehicles depreciate in value dramatically for the first couple of years after purchasing. If you don’t have much money to put toward a down payment, you could end up with little equity for your purchased vehicle until a few years later.