Cardiff skyline

Selling my car in Cardiff

If you live in Cardiff or the surrounding South Wales area and you are thinking of selling your car, then why not get an instant online car valuation today from All you need to do is enter your car registration into the license plate and click to 'Get Valuation'.

We can buy your car today and we come to you!

Our mobile purchasing units are based nationwide and we have purchasers situated in the Cardiff area who can visit you at your home address to assess your vehicle.

In addition to visiting you at your home address if you decide to sell your car to us then you will be paid by instant bank transfer and you will be able to confirm the money is in your bank account before our vehicle purchaser leaves for their next Cardiff appointment.

More about Cardiff and the surrounding area

Map of Cardiff

Located in South Wales, this port city is the capital and the biggest city in Wales. Made a city in 1905, Cardiff was proclaimed as the capital of Wales in 1955 and since the late 1990s, the city has undergone significant developments, including a new waterfront area and redevelopments of the Cardiff bay and city centre areas.

Cardiff is renowned for its sporting venues and has been awarded the title of the European City of Sport twice. Cardiff Arms Park is one of the world's most famous sporting venues and has played host to three Welsh Grand Slams in the 1970s, amongst other notable games.

Cardiff is home to many great historical attractions such as St Fagans National Museum of History, an open-air history of Welsh life complete with re-erected ancient buildings. You can also take an audio tour of the 19th-century castle, Castell Coch with impressive views waiting for those who are willing to climb the stone stairways, and beautiful woodland walks that take you meandering through the grounds surround the castle.

If you're after a laid-back summer's day out, why not take the trip to Bute Park? The park is fairly central to the city centre and boasts idyllic riverside views – the city is actually one of the flattest in Britain, so wandering around the capital is not an arduous task, and can be taken at a leisurely pace.