9 questions from our users
Does Motorscout handle trade ins if so how.
We sure do Kevin! We have an online trade in form that will send your trade-in to our dealer network allowing you to receive multiple trade-in offers.
Has anyone bought a car and got finance through motorscout?? If so how long was the process??
Just bought our new Kia using motorscout ..... a not recommended them more highly! Honestly who wants to haggle with car salesmen .....not me... let motorscout do the leg work for you and get you the best deal.... I used Matt and he was so nice to boot.
How much to join motorscout? is it a annual fee?
No fee to the buyer. They charge the selling dealer what they call a spotters fee.
Hi can you please provide me with a quote for a Mazda CX 3 Akari AWD 2020 model? Thanks
So what is the average savings on a vehicle in a percentage? 10%? 15%?
Hi Niko. The discounted saving will vary depending on your state and vehicle selected but to give you an indication, we've saved client on average just over 10% this year.
I hope that helps!
Is it possible to talk to someone directly in your Sydney office? Have been trying for days to no avail! I do not feel safe depositing lots of money for a car online which I cannot test drive.
Hi Neo. There is currently a business posing as Motor Scout selling used cars online. Unfortunately they are in no way associated with Motor Scout Australia. We’re an online broker who only assist with new car dealers so our advice is to steer clear of these overseas imitators and save yourself a few big headaches.
Motor Scout Australia
Will you help me sell my car? Trevor
Hi Trevor. We can assist if you're looking to trade-in your current car on a brand new one but if you're looking to just sell your car, your best best will be Car Sales, Gumtree of Facebook Marketplace.
Are you obligated to buy if you use the service? E.g., if you are not happy with any of the quotes Motor Scout sources.
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