BEFORE WE LEAVE
OF YOUR VEHICLE
NO HIDDEN FEES
WE CAN SETTLE IT!
WE'LL TAKE CARE OF IT!
WE DON'T PASS ON YOUR DETAILS
Welcome to Porschebuyers part of AutoVIP, the best way to achieve a quick secure cash offer for your Porsche. Whether it’s a Boxster, Macan, Cayman, Cayenne, Panamera or 911 nobody pays more.
Call or apply online, it couldn’t be more straight forward.
One of our specialist appraisers will assess your car after taking in to account all the factors that impact on a cars value plus the often overlooked specification, exterior/interior colour combination and wheel size.
Dealers nationwide compete to buy the car, we present you with the best offer, you make the decision. No obligation.
If you accept our offer we will pay a deposit, so you know we are serious. We will then come along to your home or office and inspect the car and pay the balance. Only when you have the money in your account will we ask for the keys. You are in control.
Don’t worry if you have outstanding finance or a private number plate we will take care of everything.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I have finance outstanding on my car, what happens when you buy it?
Outstanding finance is quite straight forward, we ask you for an up to date copy of a settlement letter, which your credit company will provide as soon as you request one.
On the day of collection, we will then settle the outstanding finance via an instant payment. Only when the finance company have confirmed receipt and you have received any equity (sent via an instant payment) will we ask for the keys.
If I owe more on my car than it is worth would you still buy it?
Yes, this isn’t a problem, the process works the same as in the previous question, the only difference being that the negative value is paid to the credit company, at the same time we pay the balance.
What happens to my private number plate?
On the day of collection, we will retain your plate on your behalf. DVLA charge £80 for 10 years retention, we do not charge for administering the process. Typically, we would deduct the £80 from the agreed purchase price and take care of everything with DVLA direct. After a few days a new V5 will arrive in the post, this needs to be forwarded on to ourselves, your retention certificate arrives in the post around the same time, this is yours to keep.
If you buy the car who informs DVLA that I am no longer the keeper?
You are legally obliged to notify DVLA that you are no longer the keeper, this is done via section 9 of your V5 (yellow slip). On the day of collection, we will steer you through this straight forward process. If your vehicle has a private plate it is very important that DVLA are not informed you have sold the car until your registration number is on retention.
How do I get a refund of my road tax?
Once DVLA have been notified that you are no longer the keeper, the refund is automatically generated, and a cheque is sent direct to the address on the V5..
Will you expect to drive my car before you buy it?
In most cases we will need to drive the car, the collection driver will be happy to let you see his UK driving licence and we would expect you to accompany our driver on a test drive. With regards to insurance, of course we will be happy to let you inspect our insurance certificate on the day of collection or if you prefer before collection.
How long does the payment take to arrive in my account?
Because we will already have sent you a deposit the balance will normally transfer straight in to your account within a few minutes, however our bank does state that transfers can take up to 2 hours.
Is the payment made in cleared funds?
All payments are cleared, and you are free to transfer the money into any of your other accounts as soon as it arrives in your stipulated account.
My car has some damage to it, would you still buy it?
This will depend on the extent of the damage, typically we would ask for photos. It is worth pointing out, if there is damage to the car, as motor trade professionals the cost to ourselves will be less than it is to a private individual, consequently you will probably achieve maximum value by selling the car to us rather than having the repair done first and then selling.
What if the car has damage to it that was not described when the offer was agreed?
We understand that sometimes things can be missed or there may be damage that you have never noticed. If this is the case we will need to discuss with you the value of any repairs that are required.