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Sytner Sell Your Car Review | www.sytner.co.uk

About…
Sytner Sell Your Car
Branding:
Sytner Sell Your Car | AKA: Sytner Group.

History:
Established in 1968 by Alan and Frank Sytner. No data surrounds their entry into the car buying space. There has been no advertising for it to date.

Network:
The network size stands exactly at 140. Most of their dealerships are luxury franchise points. They started out with BMW, but have extended to the likes of Audi, Bentley, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz etc. Not much info is presented surrounding the service in focus. It is noted that they have a team of 30 specialist buyers who’ll travel to you. It does appear though that you can head to them. When quoted, they for instance provided the details of our most local branch. Every one that we checked was open 7/7.

Online:
www.sytner.co.uk.

Owner:
Today are owned by America’s Penske Corp.

Profile:
The Sytner Group is the UK’s 2nd largest motoring chain by turnover (£3.6 billion was recorded in 2014). Pendragon remains some way ahead. Growth has been boosted over the years by such acquisitions as Guy Salmon and the Ixion Motor Group. They are always looking to replenish their stock, but they are more aligned with prestige cars and so they’ll likely be less appreciative of lower value vehicles than Arnold Clark and Evans Halshaw.

Related:
No companies.

Reviews (Sytner Reviews @ Feefo, Review Centre & Trustpilot):
= Relates to buying and not selling.

The Process:
It is made clear that they are providing valuations through www.sytner.co.uk and not firm offers. The dedicated page is found in their top menu bar. When you enter a quote they’ll send the prices (3) to your email rather than showing them straight away. This will include prices for Showroom, Average and Below Average conditions. There are no FAQ or terms pages that break down the ins and outs and so we are unaware of various specifics, such as if there are any admin or payment fees.

The Service Fees and Payouts:
No details are presented regarding the admin and payment charges. They merely state that immediate payments are made on completion.

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