The benefit of selling with us is that there’s no uncertainty to worry about, so the price you’re offered is the price you’ll get if you’re cars description and condition is accurately described.
We have hundreds of validated and registered buyers waiting to make offers on your car — which means you could end up with more money than you expected because of demand.
And that means none of those tyre kicking buyers coming in with the mindset of lowballing you for half the asking price and with no real intention of buying the car.
The dealer will pay you directly so no delayed payments or a middleman getting in the way of the transaction.
How much you can get for your car depends on a few factors. The make and model are probably the most important – some brands and cars are more desirable than others, therefore they hold on to more of their value and command a higher price.
Your car's age, service history and mileage will also have a big effect on how much you can sell your car for.
Using Wissle’s bidding platform to sell your car takes away the hassle and uncertainty.
You can upload and sell your car even if it has outstanding finance. The settlement shortfall will be payable upfront by you to the dealer or your finance institution.
Unlike some other car selling sites, Wissle doesn’t charge you to sell your car. It’s totally free and without obligation to sell if you don’t find an offer to suit you.
Private selling is for those who don’t mind having potential customers come to their house and is the method that could get you the most cash for your car.
However, there’s no guarantee on safety, how long it could take and how much cash you’ll end up getting. It could also be a lot more time consuming for you as a seller. Using Wissle’s services to sell your car takes away this hassle and uncertainty.
Selling through Wissle will put your car in front of hundreds of our trusted certified registered dealers across SA.
If your main goal is to sell quickly, you can post your ad on Wissle’s bidding platform.
The process itself is super quick and easy. There’s no time wasted — you can simply choose to accept or reject any offers handed to you.
Once you accepted an offer which you’re happy with, the dealer will contact you to arrange the inspection and payment.
- Vehicle details and mileage.
- Quality photos of your car (front, back, left side, right side).
- Full description of the car's condition.
If you are happy with the offer, your information will be sent to the dealer, who will then make an appointment with you to inspect and collect the car with immediate payment.
The dealer will finalize all the paperwork! You need to assist with only providing:
- Certified copy of your ID (not older than 3 months).
- Proof of address (not older than 3 months).
- A copy of your Vehicle Registration Papers (NATIS)
- An up-to-date settlement letter (if the car is still on finance).
The car is immediately registered in the dealers’ name. If you wish to receive proof that the vehicle has been taken off your name, you are welcome to request it. It is important to note, that car ownership cannot be transferred or registered in the dealers name if there are any outstanding license fees.
During an appointment the buyer will do a quick inspection of the vehicle. Take the car for a test drive.
Once the Buyer has completed the inspection, they will finalise the purchase.
The outcome of each transaction will depend on the condition of the car and your expectations. Here are a couple of examples of reasons why they would not purchase your car:
- The settlement on the car is very high and you are unable to provide the shortfall.
- The car’s paperwork is not in order.
- You are not ready to sell.
If an agreement is reached and the offer is accepted, the dealer will buy your car there and then, with immediate payment!
*Please note: The car must be in your name, with no outstanding license fees to conclude the deal.
You will receive payment immediately, unless you still need your car for a period. In this case, the dealer will arrange the deal to suit your needs.