Selling To Carvana
How It Works
1. Get Your Offer
Share a few vehicle details and Carvana will extend a real, firm offer in 2 minutes. No haggling. No hassles.
2. Trade In or Sell
Trade in your old vehicle for a new one, or sell it to Carvana. Either way, they'll pick it up!
3. Get Paid
After a quick, on-site review of the vehicle, Carvana will either cut you a check, or hand over the keys to your new ride!
Selling with Cars & Bids
Looking to sell your modern (1980s or newer) enthusiast car? Look no further.
Cars & Bids is the only auction site exclusively for modern enthusiast cars: the 1980s or newer. As a collaboration project of notable car reviewer Doug DeMuro, Cars & Bids draws on a large, engaged, and knowledgeable audience.
List and Sell Quickly
Once your car is approved, Cars & Bids will get it listed quickly – and even take your input on scheduling your car’s auction. Once your listing is live, it will show up on AutoTempest searches as well.
Cars & Bids seller fees start at $49. All auctions include a professionally written description based on the details you submit, an AutoCheck history report, and "Doug's Take" - a personal commentary note from Doug DeMuro about your car.
Looking for more options?
- Facebook Marketplace is a great, free option to list your vehicle. The downside is that you're more likely to get tire-kickers, and won't reach as wide a geographical audience as other sites (except for people using AutoTempest, which helps you search all of Marketplace!). But you can't beat free for price.
- eBay is the classic site to sell anything - and possibly the cheapest way to have your listing appear directly on Autotempest.