Rolls-Royce has been the definition of luxury for more than a century. The double “R” emblem, synonymous with class and sophistication, signals to anyone who sees it that they’re experiencing an automobile unsurpassed in quality and performance. The day will come, however, when you may decide to experience something new.
When that day arrives, you have options. You could sell your car in a private party sale. You could trade your Ghost, Phantom, Cullinan, or Wraith to the dealership. Or you could sell your Rolls-Royce today for a top-dollar cash offer.
So, what’s the best choice?
Yes, it’s possible to turn a nice profit selling to a private party. But first you’ll have to price your car accurately to benefit from its full market value, which probably means paying for a professional valuation. After all, if you price it too high above the MSRP or KBB value, even the most enthusiastic car buyer won’t be interested. If you go too low, you’ll lose money.
Additionally, you still need to find someone who actually has the financial means to purchase your vehicle in full and with cash. In other words, you need to weed out those who feign interest in actually purchasing your Rolls Royce for the sake of taking a once-in-a-lifetime test drive. Finding someone who meets these criteria can be difficult — and you’ll have to do all of this yourself.
It’s plain to see why many Rolls-Royce private sales drag on for 2-3 months. And during that time, you’ll still have to make car payments, all while your car continues to depreciate. Even if you make a profit, you could needlessly lose thousands of dollars.
You love your Rolls Royce vehicle. You have worked hard to keep it in showroom condition. You don’t deserve the hassle; you deserve better.
Maybe you’re considering trading your old car in. Especially if you’re buying a new Rolls Royce model or other type of exotic vehicle — BMW, Porsche, Aston Martin, Bentley, Maserati, Ferrari, Lamborghini, etc. — this can be tempting. But it’s also an easy way to lose money. Dealerships usually make incredibly low offers, and this is especially true if you try to trade into a non-Rolls-Royce dealership.
Why is this? Dealerships don’t want off-brand makes on their lot, and some can’t accept them at all due to franchising agreements. Making you a low-ball offer is a win-win scenario for them: either you a) walk away, or b) agree, and they turn a great profit. No matter the scenario, they’re the ones winning, not you.
This should not be how it works. Again, you deserve better.
At iBuy, we believe high-end motor cars are special, and that owners like yourself deserve a process that’s easy, allowing you to quickly move on to your next adventure. That’s why, with our signature three-step process, you can get a cash offer on your Rolls-Royce fast. And we never offer less than a competitive price.