Dealer-Auction.com

Dealer-Auction.com - the UK's largest trade only online auction

Dealer-Auction.com is a subscription-based online auction of trade-in vehicles from UK franchise dealers.

We offer dealers access to vehicles they wouldn’t normally have access to, through an easy-to-use platform that bids automatically on their behalf.

Registered buyers have year-round 24/7 access to inventory, enabling them to bid online for stock they might otherwise not be able to buy. A bidding tool lets buyers bid and buy cars without constant auction monitoring.

Dealer-Auction.com is a unique online auction offering trade cars direct from franchised main dealers nationwide. You will have the chance to view, bid and buy trade vehicles from franchised main dealers you may not normally have the opportunity to buy from.

Our comprehensive vehicle listings give potential buyers the opportunity to view a fully detailed online vehicle appraisal along with photographs of the vehicle before placing a bid.

  • 81,000 vehicles sold in 2017

    81,000

    vehicles sold in 2017
  • 4,500 active buyers

    4,500

    active buyers
  • Over 750 selling franchised dealers

    Over 750

    selling franchised dealers
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