Value my car

Fill out your details and we’ll give you a quick valuation.

See how much your car is worth

How Cazoo car valuations work

  • Tell us about your car

    We’ll ask about your car’s condition, service history and mileage.

  • Get a free car valuation

    We honour 95% of valuations so you can enjoy a haggle-free experience.*

  • Guaranteed for 7 days

    We’ll email your valuation and you'll have 7 days to decide.

"I received the amount on the online valuation with no haggling. Money paid into my account before the car left. Amazed by how great the service was."

Ellen

What affects the value of your car?

Age and mileage - Newer cars and cars with a lower mileage retain more of their value.

Condition - Imperfections such as scratches, dents, wear and tear will reduce your car’s value.

Previous owners  - Cars with fewer previous owners are generally valued higher.

Service history  - A car with a full service history will retain more of its value than a car with a partial or missing one.

Current market prices - We use live market data to provide a fair and accurate price.

Why part exchange?

Part exchanging is a simple way to reduce the cost of your Cazoo car by trading in your current one.

Here's an example:

Your current car is valued at £4,000 and you’re interested in a Cazoo car that costs £10,000. By part exchanging with us, you only pay £6,000 and we take your current car away when you receive your Cazoo car.

Learn more about part exchange

Want to sell your current car?

We’ll give you an instant offer that’s guaranteed for 7 days. We won’t chip away at your offer and you’ll receive payment within two hours of handing your car over.

Simply drop your car off at a Customer Centre or we’ll pick it up from your door at a time that suits you.

Learn more about selling your car

*Cazoo data sourced between 1 December 2021–28 February 2022: More than 95% of customers who sold their car to Cazoo received the same amount they were offered online.

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