You can sell a Suzuki Grand Vitara to a private party or to a dealership. Typically, a private party pays more for a vehicle than a dealership does, but the sale often takes longer to complete.
There are a variety of ways to sell a car to a private party, including listing the car in a local newspaper or car sales magazine, listing the car on a website such as Craigslist or eBay, placing a For Sale sign in the vehicle with your contact information or posting fliers at local bulletin boards.
When selling a car to a dealership, it's recommended to take the car to one that primarily sells the same brand as your car. If you're selling an older car, it's best to take it to a dealership that advertises that it buys old cars or to a place such as CarMax that buys any vehicle regardless of age, condition or mileage.
Whether you're selling your car to a dealership or through a private sale, there are a few things you can do to maximize the selling price. Clean the tires, wheels and engine area, and detail the inside and outside of the car. Gather all available service records to show a potential buyer that the car was maintained properly, and if possible, complete minor repairs so the car looks and runs well.