The Columbus Auto Auction’s Top 5 Listings for October 2016
Cars, trucks and vans for sale at auction
Every vehicle donated to Volunteers of America goes to the Columbus Auto Auctionto be sold. After a vehicle is bought, the funds from that sale support the worthwhile programs that help homeless veterans and young offenders on their way to becoming productive members of society once again.
The following vehicles can be found at the auction this Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 5640 W. Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio, 43228.
2011 Nissan Rogue
This sylish silver SUV has no visible damage to the exterior and with proper maintenance could serve a family for several more years, despite its 176,092 miles. Great on gas and a good size for hauling your family's gear.
2003 Honda Civic Hybrid
The Civics from the early 2000s were made to last. This hybrid gasoline-electic vehicle has terrific fuel efficiency and would make a great commuter vehicle or high school / college vehicle.
2006 Chevrolet Box Truck
This transporter box truck actually used to be owned by VOAGO to deliver goods to families and supplies from our drops all over the state. It has been well-maintained through its years of service and would make a great working box truck for someone with those needs.
2005 Pontiac G6
This G6 has 187,096 miles on it, and even with minor cosmetic damage will make a great work car or commuter. With plenty of pickup in the V6 engine, this maroon G6 is ready to ride.
2001 Lincoln Town Car
This car has only 107,772 miles on it, meaning it's pretty much only ever been driven to the grocery store and to church on Sundays, averaging 6,340 miles/year. It's a bit of a boat to drive, but the charm and reliability of these old Lincoln Town Car's is second to none.
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Buying a vehicle at the Columbus Auto Auction
Vehicles are sold "as-is" without any warranty, meaning no give-backs or returns of any kind. You must be at least 18 years old to bid. Don't forget to register for a bidder's number with the office prior to the auction.
Here's a full list of the rules and regulations of the auction.
Interested in donating a vehicle to the auction? Here's how to do it.
We accept vehicles of all makes, models and conditions. It's often easier for you to donate your used vehicle than to try and sell it on your own.
Even if your vehicle is not running anymore, you can still donate it. We'll even come pick it up and tow it for free.
Here's three ways to donate your vehicle: