Find out what your car is worth in seconds with a free and industry-trusted evaluation
A: Our system performs hundreds of valuations every day so we can’t email you a personal valuation. However, follow the steps below and you’ll have a valuation in minutes.
A: It’s a simple process using the tool above. First select a car you’re buying or selling (either by entering its registration number or by its make, model and age), and then we look up the price in our valuations database. You don’t need to enter any personal information at this time. It’s that simple.
A: When you get a free valuation, you get two ranges of values based on a standard mileage and equipment tally. You are presented with the private value, which is the typical price you’ll pay for a car in a private sale. What you can reasonably expect is a car with some- or full-service history, few or no mechanical issues, decent bodywork and a reasonable amount of MoT left on it. You also get an expected dealer price, for which you can expect a car with a warranty, and for it to have no major mechanical, bodywork or paint issues.
You can more accurately adjust our car valuations to reflect higher or lower mileages, and any optional extras added to the spec of your car that increase the value, simply by choosing a premium valuation.
A: The standard free valuation is based on average mileage and standard equipment for that model. We pull up the exact spec of the car you want to value, and free valuations available for most cars made from 2000 (X) onwards can be used as a guide to buy, sell or trade-in.
A: We list the original price of the car when new and the secondhand price you’d expect to pay for it today at a franchised dealer, an independent dealer and a private seller. We also indicate what to pay if the car’s in good or bad condition, and offer a part-exchange value for those buyers simply wishing to trade their existing vehicle in at a dealership. It’s all in our car valuation online tool.