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It’s not often that anyone thinks, “I want to sell my Ferrari”—but if the time has come for you to try something new, we can show you how to sell an exotic car with confidence. In fact, we would be happy to purchase or consign your exotic car, whether it’s from Ferrari or another automaker like McLaren, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, or Maserati, among others. Rare, vintage, and even everyday drivers — we will buy it from you or make a consignment arrangement.
Can you sell a used Ferrari? Of course, but parting ways with the Prancing Horse in your driveway is never going to be easy! With that said, learning how to sell your Ferrari is a fairly straightforward process—especially when you work with an experienced and knowledgeable team like our own. Here’s a closer look at the process:
Selling privately is a no-go for exotic vehicles. After all, the challenges that surround private sales for lesser vehicles simply become bigger obstacles when you’re selling a Ferrari or another rare exotic. Even a more common vehicle may take weeks or months to sell online or on the side of the road. And while you might let someone take your old sedan or SUV for a test drive, you might have many justifiable reservations if a potential buyer wants to take your exotic car out on the roads of Milwaukee or Indianapolis. It’s also true that when you’re selling a Ferrari, you want to be absolutely certain that it will go to the right buyer—and those in a position to make the purchase may be few and far between.
Then there’s the matter of assessing the vehicle’s value. When selling an exotic car, it’s essential to be able to verify the vehicle’s service history, and an Official Ferrari Dealership has the resources to do just that. Private sellers just can’t offer the same resources or level of service. Similarly, exotic car buyers look to the assurance of a dealership experience when purchasing a vehicle, and these buyers may be wary of making their purchase from an individual.
Selling an exotic car on your own can be a time-consuming and frustrating experience—and we promise that there’s a better way! Whether you plan to sell your Ferrari directly or consign it to our dealership for resale, we’re in a position to make your next steps as easy and rewarding as they can be.
You’ve already learned the basics of how to sell a Ferrari at a dealership, but you should also be aware of the unique benefits that we can offer. Keep these points in mind:
Continental AutoSports Ferrari is committed to being a great place to sell exotic cars—and the preferred place to buy them. For anyone looking to buy or sell a world-class vehicle, we can help. We want to buy exotics and luxury cars, even if you’re not planning on buying a vehicle from us. Contact us today to get the process started. We’re easy to reach from anywhere within reach of Chicagoland.
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