Are you thinking of selling your Mercedes-Benz, but don’t want the hassle of a private sale or part-exchange? With webuyanycar.com you can get a free online valuation in under 60 seconds and sell your car in under an hour at one of our 375+ UK branches. Regardless of the model, age and condition, we will buy your car.
To get a free online valuation for your Mercedes-Benz, simply enter your registration to begin. We’ll ask for a few details including your mileage and service. You can also add any additional damage to ensure your valuation is accurate.
If you’re happy with your valuation, book an appointment at one of our 375+ UK branches. The average journey time to your closest branch is just 15 minutes - it’s never been so easy to sell your car.
Simply take your car to your local branch to begin the selling process. You will be met by one of our expert branch managers, who will undertake a quick inspection of your car. By choosing our Premier Payment option you can have the cash in your bank in under 30 minutes (fees apply).
Mercedes-Benz is considered a premium car brand for its premium interiors, sleek bodies and well-manufactured engines. Nevertheless, it may be time to upgrade your car, whether that is to a newer model or to another brand if you want a change. You can avoid the hassle of a private sale and become a cash buyer by selling your Mercedes to us in under an hour.
When you should sell your Mercedes will depend on a number of factors, but understanding the external factors that affect how much your car is worth will ensure you get the best price when it’s time to sell. One of the primary factors that will impact the value of your Mercedes is the plate change, which takes place twice a year in March and September. When the plate change occurs, your car is considered half a year older, which decreases the value. If you’re considering selling, you may want to sell before a plate change happens, before the depreciation occurs.
Seasonality is another major factor that impacts the demand for certain cars, which impacts the desirability and value at specific times of the year. As a general rule, you are more likely to receive more money for a sports car or convertible in the summer months, whilst 4x4 and SUVs are more desirable in winter. Therefore, deciding to sell your Mercedes when demand is high can result in getting the most cash for your car.
As with most assets, cars depreciate as they get older. There are some models that depreciate faster than others and you may be able to find out the approximate value of your Mercedes by looking at the age and model. We have looked at the average depreciation of some popular Mercedes models below: