New SA platform auctions used-cars online

Can you buy a quality used car without looking under the bonnet?

New online car distributor auction.co.za allows would-be buyers to do just that.

The platform offers an alternative digital marketplace for South Africans who want to buy or sell vehicles.

Co-founder Renaldo de Jager explains that auction.co.za is an ancillary venture of the 11-year-old DealersOnline brand.

Read: Nissan 'Hardbody' and other SA carmakers accused of cutting corners on safety

He says DealersOnline currently sells about 5 500 cars a month.

He explains that experienced inspectors will drive and assess all of the vehicles that go onto the platform.

The would-be buyers then have access to the full inspector's report.

A list of identifiable defects is included so that buyers can make an informed decision, De Jager advises.

Also read: Buying a car for a first-time driver? Expert advice from motoring gurus

The auctions take place every day and have cut-off times for the live competitive bidding.

The bidding process is exactly the same as it would be on a live auction. The only difference is that it's online, it's anonymous and everybody can participate.

Renaldo de Jager, co-founder at Auction.co.za

Auctions run every single day of the week.

Renaldo de Jager, co-founder at Auction.co.za

He explains the business model of the online platform and the verification measures in place.

Visit the website to learn more.

Listen to the fascinating discussion on The John Maytham Show:


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