It’s a wonder what washing your car can do to your perspective. I’ve said it before, but it needs repeating once again. If you are ever wanting to sell your car — wash it first! After scrubbing away the dirt and road grime, you will probably see why you bought the car in the first place and then decide to keep it. And 99% of the time that’s the best thing to do.
The best time for me to wash my car is after work at the dealership. Having a wash rack with a car wash and scrubbing tools is very helpful. But after I’m done washing the car, I almost always take it to the front of the dealership for a shot like this. I just like the way it looks. And in this instance, it’s nice to have another Mercedes-Benz in the showroom as well.
This isn’t a perfect car but it has a lot of things going for it: working A/C, powerful engine, comfortable ride, room for the family. So, if it doesn’t sell, that’s actually not a bad thing. But with three cars in the driveway and only two drivers, which one needs to go? We shall see.