Liverpool skyline

Selling my car in Liverpool

If you live in Liverpool or the surrounding Merseyside and North Wales areas 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 throughout the Liverpool area who can visit you at your home address to assess your vehicle.

In addition to the convenience of visiting you at home, should you decide to sell your car we will pay you 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 Liverpool appointment.

More about Liverpool and the surrounding area

Map of Liverpool

Liverpool is a maritime city that is not only renowned for its iconic musical history but for its fashion, its people and its many historical landmarks. In fact, Liverpool has the biggest collection of Grade II-listed buildings, 2,500 to be exact, outside of London.

Accommodating two cathedrals, one of which is the largest cathedral in Britain, Liverpool is a melting pot of culture and is of course most famous for producing one of the biggest and most popular culture bands in the world, The Beatles!

Taking a photograph of the 'three graces' – made up of the Royal Liver Building, Port of Liverpool Building and the Cunard Building - is a must if you're ever taking the ferry across the Mersey!

Amongst its ever-developing skyline, the Liver Birds, sitting on top of the Royal Liver Building, can be spotted easily from afar as they stand at an unbelievable 18 feet tall, creating the familiar waterfront picture known and loved by many; the city as a whole attracts an unbelievable 54 million plus tourists every year.

Liverpool is known for its thriving social scene, with up-scale bars and restaurants. The Liverpool ONE project titled 'The Paradise Project' saw the city redevelop 42 acres of underutilised land back in 2008. This project attracted big retailers including Debenhams and John Lewis – so, if you love a good shop, you won't be disappointed!