Don Franklin Lexington Hyundai makes the car buying and selling process a seamless experience.

Kelly Blue Book Instant Cash Offer

What is a KBB buying center?

It's a quick, no-haggle way to get cash for your car. You simply provide some information to KBB, including your car's make, model, year and current condition. Based on a car's features and your description of its condition, KBB issues an offer ( the Instant Cash Offer) that is redeemable at any Don Franklin Lexington Location.

After you submit the required information and receive your offer, your vehicle will then be inspected for any damage. If we determine it isn't in the condition described, the offer amount could be adjusted, so be honest about the condition of your car. The more accurate you are in your description, the less likely your offer is to change.

After the inspection, you have the option of using all or part of that money as a down payment on another vehicle, or you can pocket the money and walk away. It's as simple as that!

Whether you take the offer or decide to sell your car yourself, there's no right or wrong way to do it. However, the quicker, easier method by far is accepting an Instant Cash Offer. It will save you time and energy fixing, cleaning, advertising and showing your car.

If you get your car quoted by another dealer and you're not happy with what they offered, bring to Don Franklin in Lexington where we'll beat any written offer or we'll pay you $100.


We buy all types of used vehicles. Whether you own an older model pickup truck or a family sedan, we will give you top dollar for your vehicle. It only takes a few minutes for you to find out your vehicle's estimated worth. After the vehicle is evaluated by one of our experienced appraisers at the dealership, you will be one step closer to making a sale.

We will buy a car from you even if you're not interested in a trade. There is no obligation to buy a car from us when you sell us your used car.

Find out what you can get for your car today. Offers are good for 3 days (not counting Sundays).

Source AutoTrader