There are other sources of car valuations on the web, most of which charge for a value. But for a genuine, free car value try a motoring.co.uk car valuation now.
Parkers Guide offer a service where you get a non-mileage adjusted value based on average mileage for your used car. You can upgrade to a premium service or pay to use an online App.
Glass's Guide is the original car buying service, and is used by most of the car dealer community as a trusted source for used car valuations. Glass's Guide have an online service which is priced at £3.75 per valuation.
The AA Car Valuation is provided free of charge to AA members, and is based on Glass Guide. You simply enter your AA member number and start the process online by choosing your make and model. There is no option to enter your registration number to receive your value.
Autotrader car values cost £3.50 and are provided by CAP. CAP is used by dealers in addition to Glass's Guide to compare prices on used cars. CAP and Glass Guide values can differ by a considerable amount, and some dealers use one or the other to gauge the price of your car.
Webuyanycar do exactly that. They give you a value for your car online, and you take it to one of their centres to complete the transaction. When you take your car to them, they do a full appraisal, and you may find that your are offered less thant the online price guide. According to press reports, they buy thousands of cars every week, from £50 to £100,000.
The original car buying service specialising in cars up to 6 years old and up to 80,000 miles. Wewillbuyyourcar give you an online car valuation, and collect your car direct from your door.
Carspotter is a text based car value guide, where you send your registration number by shortcode, and are returned the car value by text. Prices are based on average mileage and cost is up to £4.50.
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