We guarantee our selling price is the highest in Singapore. If you can find a higher price, we will give you $100 in cash.
With Singapore's most efficient bidding system of over 500 dealers, the highest bid price will be ready for you in just 1 working day.
Should you feel that the price is not right, there is absolutely no obligations to accept the bid. Say goodbye to stress.
Once you decided to transact with the dealer, you have the flexibility of choosing your handover date, up to 14 days.
We offer full customer support to ensure smooth transaction from the day you drive down to us till the day you handover.
As a subsidiary of SgCarMart.com & Singapore Press Holdings, we have completed over 13,000 transactions since 2007.
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Last bidded price: $2,300
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Last bidded price: $600
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Thanks to the Team at Quotz, I managed to sell my car within a week! 3S to describe my experience - Simple, Speedy and Safe!!
I sold my car within a week! Its beyond my wildest expectation. The price is the highest as compared to other quotes that I received from other sources.
Manage to sell off my car at a short period of time and I will recommend Quotz to my friends! Thanks again Quotz!
Yes, we will give you $100 in cash, if you can sell your car to a car dealer at a price higher than ours!
Yes, however, the registered owner may need to be present after acceptance to sign the paperwork.
Yes, it’s a live and transparent bidding, you can monitor your own car bidding online. However, like the COE bidding, you might see the bidding get more intensive as it gets nearer to the closing time.
Typically up to 1 week for car that still has outstanding loan. For car with no outstanding loan, paperwork can be done within one to two working day.
It is recommended to handover your car within two weeks from the bidding close date, this is to better secure the deal. Dealers may offer at a conservative price if the handover date is longer than 2 weeks due to unforeseen market fluctuation.
Yes, it’s absolutely up to you whether to accept or reject the bid price. No obligations to sell.