Junkyards in Edmundston: Reviews, Benefits & Contact Info
New Brunswick

Discover excellence in vehicle junkyads in Edmundston, NB with our selection of the 10 best, backed by real experiences of those who have already trusted their services.

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    AIM Recycling Caribou

    AIM Recycling Caribou

    208 Limestone St, Caribou, ME 04736

    Recycling Center / Junk Car Removal

    38.4 miles  5/5 - 3 reviews  open now


          Alfred W. Google Review

    "I have been coming here many years and I have never seen this place run the way it is now. New management, friendly and well educated and trained staff that actually seem to truly care about..."


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    Greer's Mountain Salvage

    Greer's Mountain Salvage

    32 Timothy Ave S, Hanwell, NB E3C 2B8

    Salvage Yard / Used Auto Parts / Self Service

    125.8 miles  3.7/5 - 3 reviews  open now


          Eric M. Google Review

    "A friend suggested Greer’s for some cheap rebar for an annual fence post (Halloween) and got a great deal from Dominick! I might need to return for a few more pieces. Feels great to save money..."


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    Parts-r-us

    Parts-r-us

    784 Route 560, Jacksonville, NB E7M 3J8

    Salvage Dealer / Used Auto Parts

    85.9 miles  3.7/5 - 3 reviews  open now


          Matt G. Google Review

    "I have taken multiple trailers to Parts-R-Us for inspection and 5 different vehicles for either tire changes, inspections or repairs since under new ownership. I have had my expectations..."


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    Jr's Salvage & Son Ltd

    Jr's Salvage & Son Ltd

    56 Industrial Dr, Sussex, NB E4E 2R8

    Salvage Yard / Used Auto Parts / Self Service

    176.2 miles  5/5 - 3 reviews  open now


          D M. Google Review

    "This is a wonderful family owned business and you are treated the very best by hard working, helpful staff. They do their best to get you looked after in a timely and efficient manner. You don't..."


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    Carten's Used Cars

    Carten's Used Cars

    3 MacFarlane Rd, Royal Road, NB E3G 6H2

    Salvage Yard

    118.1 miles  5/5 - 3 reviews 


          Patrick C. Google Review

    "This is a professional place to have work done on my vehicle. Great staff and great owner!."


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    RECYCLAGE MP

    RECYCLAGE MP

    2168 Av. Lapierre, Québec, QC G3E 1L9

    Salvage Yard / Junk Car Removal

    145.9 miles  5/5 - 3 reviews  open now


          Nicolas B. Google Review

    "Excellent service, I recommend 100%!! I only had a fridge to get rid of and the person came inside within 24 hours. Very professional and all for free!."


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    AIM Recycling Fredericton

    AIM Recycling Fredericton

    400 Carman Ave, Fredericton, NB E3A 5G6

    Recycling Center

    127.6 miles  5/5 - 3 reviews  open now


          Derrick M. Google Review

    "People were very friendly very happy with the prices."


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    Garage Alain St-Pierre inc.

    Garage Alain St-Pierre inc.

    1127 Principale, Saint-Prime, QC G8J 1V2

    Junkyard / Used Auto Parts / Shipping Available

    206.4 miles  5/5 - 1 reviews  open now


          Eric S. SalvageParts Review

    The largest heavy equipement salvage yard in Canada

    "The largest inventory of excavator parts in the country. Nearly 1400 excavator dismantled for parts. Everything comes with a warranty and components are tested and resealed or overhauled..."


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    Reynold’s Auto Salvage

    Reynold’s Auto Salvage

    151 O'Dell Loop Rd, Passekeag, NB E5N 7L8

    Salvage Yard / Used Auto Parts / Part Installation Service

    174.3 miles  4.2/5 - 5 reviews  open now


          Mary D. Google Review

    "These guys were excellent. They were knowledgeable, ordered the piece I needed for my car as they didn't have one there. The part got there in 2 days, they installed and painted it the..."


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    Caron Recuperation

    Caron Recuperation

    662 Rte du Président-Kennedy, Pintendre, QC G6C 1K1

    Scrap Metal Dealer

    138.8 miles  4.3/5 - 3 reviews  open now


          Francois M. Google Review

    "The best in the business helpful and honest owner."


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FAQs about junkyards in Edmundston

How much money can I expect to get for my car at a junkyard in Edmundston, NB?

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How much money can I expect to get for my car at a junkyard in Edmundston, NB?

  • The condition of your car.
  • The make and model of your car.
  • The current market value of scrap metal.
  • The demand for parts for your car model.

In general, you can expect to get between $100 and $500 for your junk. However, if your vehicle is in good condition or has valuable parts, you may be able to get more.

Are there any junkyards in Edmundston, NB that pay more for cars than others?

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Yes, some junkyards in Edmundston, NB may offer higher payouts for cars based on factors like your car's make, model, condition, and location. To find the best offer, it's advisable to contact multiple junkyards in your area and compare their quotes. Additionally, you can explore junk car buyers that specialize in certain vehicle makes or have a reputation for offering competitive prices.

How do I inspect a used car or part before I buy it?

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Inspecting a used car or part before buying it is crucial to ensure you get value for your money. Here's a basic checklist:

  1. Exterior Inspection:
    • Check for rust, dents, or scratches.
    • Inspect the paint for consistency and color match.
    • Look at the tires for tread wear and alignment.
  2. Interior Inspection:
    • Check the upholstery, dashboard, and carpets for damage.
    • Test all interior features (radio, AC, power windows, etc.).
  3. Mechanical Inspection:
    • Start the engine and listen for unusual noises.
    • Check for fluid leaks under the vehicle.
    • Test drive the car to assess how it handles.
  4. Under the Hood:
    • Examine the engine for leaks, corrosion, or damage.
    • Check the oil level and its color.
    • Look at the battery for corrosion.
  5. Documentation:
    • Verify the car's VIN (Vehicle Identification Number).
    • Ask for maintenance records and any history of accidents.
  6. Parts:
    • For used parts, check for wear, damage, or missing components.
    • Confirm that the part matches your vehicle's make and model.
  7. Price Comparison:
    • Research the market value of the car or part to ensure a fair price.
  8. Ask Questions:
    • Inquire about warranties or return policies.
  9. Vehicle History Report:
    • Consider obtaining a vehicle history report for a used car to check for previous accidents or title issues.
  10. Expert Inspection:
    • If uncertain, have a trusted mechanic inspect the car or part.

Trust your instincts. If something feels off or you're unsure, seek professional advice or consider other options.

How do I negotiate the price of a used car or part?

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Here are some tips on how to negotiate the price of a used car or part:

  • Do your research. Before you start negotiating, it's important to do your research and know what the fair market value is for the car or part you're interested in. You can use online resources like Kelley Blue Book or Edmunds to get an estimate.
  • Be prepared to walk away. If you're not getting the price you want, be prepared to walk away. This shows the seller that you're serious about getting a good deal and that you're not afraid to go elsewhere.
  • Don't be afraid to make an offer. Don't be afraid to make an offer on the car or part you're interested in. Even if your offer is rejected, it can start a negotiation process.
  • Be willing to compromise. It's unlikely that you'll get the exact price you want, so be willing to compromise. Be prepared to meet the seller halfway or to negotiate on other aspects of the deal, such as the trade-in value of your current car or the financing terms.
  • Be polite and professional. Even if you're feeling frustrated, it's important to be polite and professional during the negotiation process. This will make it more likely that the seller will be willing to work with you.

How do I know if a junkyard is reputable?

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Here are some tips on how to know if a junkyard is reputable:

  • Check online reviews. This is a good way to get an idea of what other customers have experienced with the junkyard. Look for reviews that mention the junkyard's prices, customer service, and the quality of the parts they sell.
  • Ask for recommendations. Talk to your friends, family, and neighbors to see if they have any recommendations for junkyards. You can also ask your local mechanic or auto body shop for recommendations.
  • Visit the junkyard in person. This will give you a chance to see the junkyard's facilities and meet the staff. Look for a junkyard that is clean and organized. The staff should be friendly and knowledgeable.
  • Ask questions. Don't be afraid to ask the junkyard staff questions about their prices, the parts they have available, and their warranty policies. If the staff is hesitant to answer your questions or seems to be giving you vague answers, that's a red flag.
  • Be wary of junkyards that offer to pay you in cash. Reputable junkyards will typically pay you by check or money order. If a junkyard offers to pay you in cash, it could be a sign that they are not a legitimate business.

Do they offer part installation services?

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Some offer part installation services, but not all. It is important to contact the business in advance to ask if they offer this service and to get a quote.

If you are considering having a junkyard install a part for you, there are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Make sure the company is reputable and that their mechanics are qualified to install the part.
  • Get everything in writing, including the price of the part, the cost of installation, and the junkyard's warranty policy.
  • Be prepared to wait a few days for the installation to be completed. Junkyards are often busy and may not be able to install the part immediately.

If you are not comfortable having a junkyard install a part for you, you can always take the part to a mechanic or auto body shop. However, this will likely cost more than having the junkyard install the part for you.