As a leading wrecked car removal company in the southeast Perth suburb of Maddington, Best Cash 4 Carz has recently changed ownership. New owner Mohammad Mehdi continues providing the community with competitive deals on unwanted vehicles.
More details can be found at https://bestcash4carz.com.au
Best Cash 4 Carz offers a hassle-free solution for car removal, focusing on cash purchases of old, unwanted, or wrecked vehicles. The company provides quick quotes on all makes and models, with same-day pickups available.
Unlike traditional scrapyards, Best Cash 4 Carz accepts all types of cars, regardless of their brand, origin, or manufacturer, for up to $9999. Serving the Western Australian market for nearly a decade has earned the company a high reputation that the new owner intends to uphold.
The Best Cash 4 Carz website is a user-friendly platform where customers can request a quote and schedule a pickup.
Best Cash 4 Carz is committed to environmental sustainability and recycling as many parts as possible from the vehicles they remove. By doing so, they minimise the environmental impact of their process.
Under the new ownership, the company has seen a significant increase in positive customer reviews, with clients praising the team’s professionalism, reliability, and excellent customer service. The company’s focus on customer satisfaction has been a driving force in its business growth, and they are continually looking for ways to improve its services.
A spokesperson for the company said: “We are thrilled to launch Best Cash 4 Carz in Maddington and provide a much-needed service for the local community. Our team is committed to making the car removal process as easy and hassle-free as possible for our customers, and we look forward to serving them for years to come.”
Interested parties can learn more about Best Cash 4 Carz’s services and how to schedule a pickup at https://bestcash4carz.com.au
Best Cash 4 Carz Perth
6 Lower Park Rd.
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