Pre-Sale Detail - Sedan
Add value to your car before selling it
- 5 hr5 hours
- 325 Australian dollars$325
- Customer's Place
Add value to your Sedan before you sell it. Hot Ride Sydney offers you a comprehensive detailing service for your ride before you put it up for sale. A detailed vehicle can be priced higher and can sell faster than cars that look in a bad condition. Our Pre-Sale detail service provides with a full interior and exterior package, so pretty much everything you can do to a car before selling in. The interior will be fully cleaned and detailed and all stains and marks removed, and all plastic trims cleaned and shined. The exterior will be washed, treated with clay bar, then buffed to reduce the amount of scratches and swirl marks in order to increase its shine. Book now and see the difference. Car Facts that might interest you: Leonardo Da Vinci invented the first car in 1478 on paper. In 2004, a replica of the car was crafted and was kept in the Institute and Museum of the history of Science in Florence, Italy. In 1940, the first four-wheel drive car for the U.S. military was produced. It was called the Jeep. Airbags were introduced as a safety measure in 1974. According to the cars.com, the Ferrari 458 Spider, 563 is the most accident-prone car in the world. And the least accident prone-vehicle according to the website, is the Ford F-150 SuperCrew, 42. Toyota Motor Corp. is the world’s biggest automobile company. It is also the world’s richest car manufacturing company. The title for the longest car in the world is taken by a custom-built limousine by California car guru Jay Ohrberg. The car is 100 meters long and is recorded by the Guinness World Records as the longest car ever built in the world. Surprisingly, the car has a swimming pool and a helicopter pad as well. Tata Nano, manufactured by the Indian automotive giant Tata Motors, is the world’s cheapest car. It is a rear wheel drive car and can run at a top speed of 105 km per hour. Cars were a horseless carriage when they were built for the first time in 1895. Did you know that an average car contains 55 pounds of copper wiring? And an electric car can have three times this amount of copper in them. Interestingly, more than a one hundred million lines of code is used to program the computer system used in a Bentley Bentayga. Did you know that San Marino with 1263 cars per 1,000 inhabitants tops the list of the countries with most cars per one Thousand people, followed by Monaco and the United States? Toyota, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Honda, and Ford are among the world’s most valued car brands.
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