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Vehicles in UAE

Discover the simple and efficient way to buy or sell new and used vehicles in the UAE with Adjeem.com. Whether you're looking to purchase a used car or sell your vehicle, Adjeem.com offers the fastest and easiest way to do so online, throughout Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, and the entire UAE.
There is a total of 50 item(s) available

Selling My 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport S 4WD

AED 12000
ConditionUsed
BodySPORT UTILITY VEHICLE (SUV)
ColourWhite
Year of manufacture2021
MakeJeep
Mileage (km)30 000 - 34 999

car for sale, a Hyundai Santa Fe, model

AED 30000
ConditionUsed
BodySTATION WAGON
ColourBlue
Year of manufacture2012
MakeHyundai
Mileage (km)170 000 - 179 999

For Sale Kia K V .L Clean Title Model

AED 38000
ConditionUsed
BodySEDAN
ColourBlack
Year of manufacture2015
MakeKia
Mileage (km)200 000 - 249 999

2023 Toyota Land cruiser 79 pickup

AIRPORT ROAD. Diqdaqah.RAS AL KHAIMAH - Ras al Khaimah - United Arab Emirates
AED 1500
ConditionUsed
Year of manufacture2022

For Sale Toyota Camry SE 2012 US Specs

AED 26000
ConditionUsed
BodySEDAN
ColourWhite
Year of manufacture2012
MakeToyota
Mileage (km)200 000 - 249 999

2019 Toyota Land cruiser AWD GCC SUV

Airport road - Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Street - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates
AED 35000
ConditionUsed
BodySPORT UTILITY VEHICLE (SUV)
ColourBlack
Year of manufacture2019
MakeToyota
Mileage (km)15 000 - 19 999

For Sale Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V6 2015 3.6L US Specs

AED 25000
ConditionUsed
BodySPORT UTILITY VEHICLE (SUV)
ColourWhite
Year of manufacture2015
MakeJeep
Mileage (km)140 000 - 149 999

For Sale Lincoln MKT Gulf Panorama Model

AED 18000
ConditionUsed
BodySPORT UTILITY VEHICLE (SUV)
ColourGrey
Year of manufacture2014
MakeLincoln
Mileage (km)120 000 - 129 999

Vehicles in UAE

How to Sell or buy a vehicle in The UAE

Selling or buying a vehicle in the UAE can be a simple and stress-free process with the right tools and information. Here are the steps you can follow to sell or buy a vehicle in the UAE:

For Sellers:

  1. Prepare your vehicle: Clean and maintain your vehicle, gather all relevant documents, and take high-quality photos of the vehicle to showcase its features and condition.
  2. Determine the value of your vehicle: Research market prices and compare your vehicle to similar models to determine its value.
  3. List your vehicle: Create a listing on a reputable platform such as Adjeem.com and include all the necessary information, photos, and documents.
  4. Respond to inquiries: Be ready to answer questions and provide additional information about your vehicle to potential buyers.
  5. Negotiate the price: Be open to negotiating the price with potential buyers, but don't go lower than your minimum asking price.
  6. Finalize the sale: Once you have agreed on a price, finalize the sale by transferring ownership and arranging for payment and delivery.

For Buyers:

  1. Research your options: Look for vehicles that meet your requirements, compare prices, and read reviews and feedback from other buyers.
  2. Contact the seller: Reach out to the seller with any questions or requests for additional information or photos.
  3. Inspect the vehicle: Before purchasing, it's important to inspect the vehicle in person to ensure it meets your expectations.
  4. Negotiate the price: If necessary, negotiate the price with the seller, but don't go above your budget.
  5. Finalize the purchase: Once you have agreed on a price, finalize the purchase by arranging for payment and transferring ownership.

Here are some tips to avoid scams when buying or selling a vehicle in the UAE:

Verify the vehicle's history: Before making a purchase, check the vehicle's history using its VIN number. Make sure that the vehicle has a clear title and has not been reported stolen or involved in any accidents.

Inspect the vehicle in person: When buying a vehicle, inspect it in person and have a trusted mechanic check it out. Make sure to verify the condition of the vehicle and to check for any signs of damage or wear and tear.

Be wary of deals that seem too good to be true: If a deal seems too good to be true, it probably is. Be cautious of anyone offering a vehicle significantly below market value, as they may be trying to scam you.