Get the most ZAR for your car with CarZar’s competitive online car seller platform

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Want more Dough for your Renault, Dinero for your Pajero, Moolah for your Vrooma or Quota for your Toyota? 

Look no further than Rising fuel prices and other nasty surprises may be squeezing everyone’s pockets, but SA’s newest and hottest disruptor in the online car buying and selling space is here to give you more Bucks for your Trucks, Dough for your Renault and Rand for your Rolls. is the shizniz because it puts you in control of business: it’s the only online car selling platform for consumers in the country that allows hundreds of car dealers from all over SA to bid on cars as they come onto the books daily, ensuring that sellers always get the best deal within 24 hours. That means you have more Rands for your next pimpin ride. 

“CarZar is great for busy people who want to outsource the hassle of selling their cars online, whatever the make, model or mileage - from your grandma’s old mini to the shiniest new Porsche. We’ve had cars that sold from as little as R11 000 all the way up to a million. We also give you peace of mind that all transactions are safe and secure, transparent, simple and that you’ll get a pick of buyers and best prices offered - and if you don’t want to sell anymore, that’s fine, there are no strings attached,” says CarZar, Managing Director, Michael Muller. 

“We know consumers are tech-savvy and smart, and are always looking for easy, trustworthy online assistance to make their lives easier whether it is to shop for properties or comparative insurance quotes. No-one likes getting taken for a ride! That’s why CarZar was founded - we knew we had to answer the call for a more transparent, simple and competitive car buying service that puts you in control.”

Here are the four simple steps to follow if you want to sell your car on

Step 1: Log onto to find out the value of your car. Fill in a simple form with details about your car. You will receive an online quote within seconds with an approximate value of your vehicle based on market data.

Step 2: Select the closest inspection centre for your car. is partnered with DEKRA, Kwik-Fit and HiQ. CarZar will then set up an obligation-free inspection. Inspections are completely independent and 100% unbiased.

Step 3: If all is in order, your car is uploaded to the CarZar Dealers Platform, allowing hundreds of dealers nationwide to compete for your car in the form of a bidding process to determine the best offer within 24 hours. If you are not happy with the highest final offer, you can decline with no strings or hidden costs attached.

Step 4: Upon accepting the best offer and the collection of the car - the money is then transferred into your bank account. The paperwork is also taken care of by our trusted professionals.

No other car selling platforms offer this - they either make you do all the work yourself, or send an agent to tell you what your car is worth, without opening the floor to bidders around the country. “With Carzar, we don’t determine the price, but the dealers bidding on the cars do, and if you’re happy with the offer, we do all the paperwork for you,” says Muller.

“Everybody wins - simple as that.”

This post and content is sponsored, written and provided by CarZar.

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