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What's best place to sell a car would you say? I'm not in a huge rush in that I need it gone in a few days and want to get as much as possible obviously. But I'm not wanting to wait more than a month … Read More
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1m, 1w agoPosted 1 month, 1 week ago
What's best place to sell a car would you say? I'm not in a huge rush in that I need it gone in a few days and want to get as much as possible obviously. But I'm not wanting to wait more than a month or so.

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1m, 1w agoPosted 1 month, 1 week ago
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#1
#2
Gumtree or eBay are popular choices
#3
What car is it?
#4
could try sphock
#5
It's ford focus 12 plate ecoboosterooney
#6
Even though they charge, AutoTrader is by far the best in my experience. Ebay might work too, but AT been very good for me.
#7
Autotrader has worked for me.

Use Cashback too for some money back :)
#8
Where would you look if you were buying?
#9
stick posters on it and leave it parked in a supermarket, where it can be seen. however, u seem savvy enough to use the internet, you could post online. Many recommendations above.

Edited By: Aaronnnn on May 13, 2017 22:44: spelling
#10
Robj1
Where would you look if you were buying?
+1
The majority of people probably trust Autotrader over the other options, although you loose nothing by advertising on the free sites mentioned above.
#11
Sold one via gumtree. 1st person to call came and paid the asking price. Worth a punt for free for a week or two if you are not in a rush.
#12
motors.co.uk is also worth a try
#13
Facebook for sale groups.

Edited By: shauneco on May 14, 2017 07:50
#14
The best place is as many as possible! Personally, when buying a car, I'll always look at EBay, gumtree and auto trader.
I've sold a couple on eBay, just don't try and hide anything and be prepared for emails containing the phrase 'how much if I collect tonight m8?'
#15
RAC cars-free,Pistonheads,motors.co.uk-free,Preloved-free,Autotrader,Ebay,Gumtree,Friday-ads,Ebid,Exchange&Mart,Facebook,is that enough,if not adverts in supermarkets or local shops,laminated A4 paper on car if live near/on busy street,boot sale,car auction,Evans Hailshaw beat webuyanycar prices(still a rip off but quick sale)
#16
It depends on value of a the car.

If it is a budget car then I would suggest Gumtree.

However, if it is worth over 2K then I would suggest Autotrader or eBay.
#17
A bit of advice for selling, download a receipt / contract from the web. I think the AA have links, probably auto trader too. Worth doing things right if it's an expensive motor

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