Used Car Deliveries and Transfers FAQs
Browse answers to questions around purchasing a car out-of-state, car transfers, transfer costs and our car delivery process.
How Do I Purchase an Out-Of-State Car from Enterprise Car Sales?
Browse the Enterprise Car Sales available inventory of used cars or visit one of our dealerships to view a variety of makes and models of 1-3 year-old vehicles, learn about financing options and talk to our knowledgeable Sales Consultants about the transfer and delivery process for buying a car out-of-state.
How Do I Know I’m Getting a Quality Car from Out-Of-State?
Even if it’s halfway across the country, we can help find the right car for you. Browse our recent model cars, trucks and SUVS online. You’ll find photos and other important information about each vehicle in our inventory. Our Enterprise Certified® vehicles have been meticulously maintained and rigorously inspected so you’ll get a quality car you’ll enjoy for years.
What Fees Are Associated with Buying a Car Out-Of-State?
When you purchase a car out-of-state, fees and taxes are based on the state you reside in, not from where you purchased the vehicle. You may also have to pay a transfer fee. Contact a Sales Consultant for more information.
How Quickly Can My Car Be Shipped to Me?
It depends on how far away your vehicle is. Learn more about our transfers and shipping.
Will I Have to Pay a Transfer Fee?
If buying a car out of state, yes. A transfer fee is required if you want a vehicle to be transferred from another Enterprise Car Sales dealership to your local Enterprise Car Sales dealership.
What Happens If the Car I Bought Isn’t What I Thought It’d Be?
Enterprise Car Sales works with you to make sure you’re satisfied with your purchase. If you change your mind for any reason, we’ll buy your vehicle back within seven days or 1,000 miles — no questions asked.