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Sell Your Car in 3 Easy Steps

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Simple Three Step Process
Step 1 Your Vehicle Details Enter your registration plate and we'll lookup your vehicle. Just confirm it's the right one and enter your mileage.
Step 2 Contact Information Complete our easy form to enter your name contact details so we can provide your valuation.
Step 3 Your Valuation We'll provide you with your guide price valuation all subject to inspection and our usual terms ready to for us to buy.

Simply Sell Your Car

Why Sell to Us?

  • Fair pricing
  • An established and trusted local dealership
  • Quick valuation

What Affects the Value of Your Car?


  • Age
  • Condition
  • Service History
  • Mileage
  • Number of Owners
  • Specification
  • Brand
  • Rarity
  • Car Colour

Showroom Condition

An example of Showroom Condition is a vehicle that needs no reconditioning work. Paint work is free from scratches, chips and dents, interior/exterior trim and wheels are unmarked. Tyres need to have a minimum of 6mm tread across the face of the tyre. The vehicle must be in the original factory condition with all keys and a documented service history, warranted mileage with a minimum 6 month MOT and maximum of two owners.

​Average Condition

An example of Average Condition is a vehicle that may need a small amount of reconditioning work, including mechanical and/or paintwork, relative to the vehicle age and mileage. The vehicle will have a documented service history and a valid MOT certificate.

Poor Condition

An example of Below Average Condition is a vehicle that will require mechanical and/or bodywork repairs. The vehicle may have a limited service history.

How Can I Prepare my Vehicle for Sale?

Clean your car 

It may seem obvious but getting out a bucket and sponge and making your car look as good as new will help it to appear more appealing.

Keep your service records safe 

Ensure that you have all service history and MOT information to hand as not only does it help with the value but  will need to be provided with the car at the point of sale. It would also be a good idea to have an up to date MOT carried out too.

Check everything working?  

Check all the electrics to ensure that it is all working correctly. If not, it might be an idea to see whether it is financially viable to get elements repaired prior to trying to sell your car.

Repair damage 

If you have damage on the car you may wish to consider getting it repaired prior to getting your car valued.

Keep mileage low 

The lower the mileage the better, so if you can restrict your driving time to keep your miles lower this will help.

Find your spare keys 

it is always helpful to have two keys so get them ready too.

Frequently Asked Questions

What will I need to hand to get my car valued?

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You will need to provide us with your vehicle’s registration and mileage and your basic contact information. Once you have completed the details you will receive an instant valuation on the screen.