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If it’s time to part ways with your beloved Jaguar, choosing GoodBye Car can get a great price with a fast, secure payment and hassle-free service. Get an instant quote or speak to our expert team and we’ll be more than happy to guide you through the process.
How to sell my Jaguar
Selling your Jaguar with GoodBye Car will ensure you get a fantastic price for your car with a next-working-day payment.
Get an instant quote with our obligation-free valuation tool or contact our expert team if you’d like to discuss your personalised quote and sale of your Jaguar. Your quote gives you a chance to make a decision that’s right for you.
When you’re happy, we’ll securely send your money the next working day. With the money in the bank, you can find your next dream car.
What you’re quoted is based on your car so it’s what you’ll receive, with no hidden fees.
Selling a prestigious brand like a Jaguar will likely come with questions so we’re on hand throughout the whole process to answer anything big or small.
Sell your Jaguar in three simple steps
You can sell your Jaguar in just three straightforward steps:
- Tell us about your Jaguar for a quote
- Visit us at your local branch - we’ll appraise your car and offer you a final, personalised offer
- We’ll make a secure payment the next working day
Why sell my Jaguar with GoodBye Car?
Selling your Jaguar with GoodBye Car just makes sense. It’s simple, secure and straightforward.
As part of Peter Vardy, we have over a century in the business. We’ll use our knowledge and experience to help you sell your Jaguar and give you peace of mind throughout.
You may be able to get more selling privately but this comes with a lot of stress and worry. You’ll have to photograph and advertise your car, arrange test drives whilst worrying about insurance and deal with people wasting your time. Then the haggling starts and anxieties over when you’ll receive the payment. But with GoodBye Car, all of this is taken away.
You get a personalised quote, then you can visit us at one of six local branches in Scotland and you'll know exactly how and when we’ll send your money.
So get started today using our free valuation tool or speak to our specialist team.
Which Jaguar models can I sell?
You can find some of the most popular Jaguars we buy below or use our free valuation tool to find your car.
- Jaguar E-Pace
- Jaguar F-Pace
- Jaguar F-Type
- Jaguar I-Pace
- Jaguar XE
- Jaguar XF
What affects the value of my Jaguar?
The price you’re offered is fully personalised and based on your vehicle. A large number of factors can impact the price:
- The model and spec
- The age
- The mileage
- The condition
- Service & MOT history
- Vehicle use
- The colour
- The number of owners
You can find out more in our guide to what affects the value of your car.
When to sell my Jaguar
There’s no set time you should sell your Jaguar, however, different factors can impact the price. With newer models, the plate changes that happen in March and September can lower the price so it could be best to sell before this.
If you’re likely to increase the mileage by a significant amount, it can be better to sell beforehand to avoid lowering the price.
If you’re selling a convertible, it may be more desirable in the spring and summer months.
For help and advice, speak to the expert GoodBye Car team today.
Officially founded in 1935 but originating in 1922 as the Swallow Sidecar Company, Jaguar is a prestigious British car manufacturer that creates luxury, coveted vehicles at the top of the motoring food chain. With two Royal Warrants and a history of manufacturing prime ministerial vehicles, the sheer quality of its vehicles speaks for itself.
Jaguar has a successful history in sports car racing with victories at 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1951, 1953, 1955, 1956 and 1957,
Previously part of British Leyland then Ford, it's now part of Jaguar Land Rover or JLR and continues to be one of the most sought-after British marques on the market. Its headquarters remain in the UK in Whitley, Coventry and they still push boundaries aiming to create an entirely electric lineup as soon as 2025.