Yes, there may be a tax benefit, depending on where you live. Most states require sales tax to be paid only on the difference between the price of your trade-in and the vehicle you're buying, not the full price of the next car.
Here's how it works:
We apply the value of your trade-in (let's say we appraised your car at $10,000) to the cost of your new Vroom (let's say it's a $25,000 car). You'll only have to pay sales tax on the difference—$15,000—versus paying tax on the original full price.
Sales tax rules vary state-by-state, so please check the rules for your state.