Our valuation tech uses live market data to estimate your car’s value accurately.
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We’ll find the dealer in our network who’ll pay the most, without the hassle.
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Complete your sale in as little as 24 hours, with free collection & fast payment.†
Oh, and it’s 100% free
Dealers pay a fee to buy your car. That means it’s completely free for you.
Sell your car the Motorway way
At Motorway, dealers compete so you can sell your car for a great price, for free. See how easy it is in our TV ad – confetti cannons not required!
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How it works
Ready to let dealers compete? Enter your reg to get an instant valuation and create a car profile from your phone. Easy.
We alert the 5,000+ car dealers in our nationwide network and they make their best offer for your car in our online sale.
We'll present the highest offer for you to approve, then arrange a date for your car to be collected, for free, of course.
You receive fast payment† in your bank account within 24 hours of collection. Ta-dah, you've sold your car the Motorway way!
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Sell my Dodge
Ready to sell your car? Make sure you do it the Motorway way. We’ve done away with the traditional ways that were full of stress and lots of negotiating. Instead, we’ve created a new way that means you’ll always get the best price for your Dodge. And you won’t have to go anywhere, or pay a single penny!
Selling your Dodge the Motorway way
Selling your car the Motorway can be done right from your phone, here’s how:
It starts with a valuation
Free, smart, accurate, get a valuation for your car with our clever tool using just your reg and mileage. Our tool is based on live data from our marketplace and the wider industry, so the price you get is totally accurate to how cars just like yours really have been selling lately. Remember, the car market is changing all the time, so don’t dally if you see a price you like!
Get a car profile set up
You can do it in a matter of minutes. Gone are the days of having to draft long essays about your car, where it’s been, and how it performs. We’ll ask you simple questions and you can answer with a tap of your phone. Photos are just as easy too, all taken from your phone’s camera, and with guidance for all those key angles!
Sit back and relax
And your bit is done! Easy, right? Now, we’ll add your car profile to our online sale and invite our network of dealers to view it. You’re sure to get a great price because our network boasts over 5,000 dealers all interested in quality cars like yours. If they like what they see, they have to make an offer, and it has to be one they think won’t be beaten by fellow dealers. And that’s how we’ve made it a dealer vs dealer way to sell your car. No negotiations, no haggling, and you get the best price every time. We’ll be in touch as soon as the sale ends to let you know the best offer that was made on your vehicle.
Have your car collected
The winning dealer will collect your car from your home. You don’t have to go anywhere or do anything, they’ll come right to your address, give your car a quick inspection, and pay you by secure bank transferThe winning dealer won’t require you to take your car anywhere, they’ll come right to you! They’ll give your car a once over to make sure it matches your profile and then you’ll be paid by secure bank transfer, you can expect funds in your account within one business day.
Voila, you’ve just sold the Motorway way!
What model of Dodge can Motorway help me sell?
We can help you sell all models of Dodge, including:
- Dodge Attitude
- Dodge Challenger
- Dodge Charger
- Dodge Neon
- Dodge Durango
- Dodge Journey
A bit about Dodge
Dodge is an American car manufacturer based in Detroit. Established in 1900 by the brothers Horace and John Dodge, the company originally made parts for other car makers such as Ford. Within a short time, the brand had become parented by Chrysler despite pre-dating it. This was due to both brothers having passed away by 1920, and their namesake brand being sold to Chrysler in 1928.
The first Dodge car was released in 1914, the Dodge Model 30-35 which was marketed as a direct competitor to the Ford Model T. A higher horsepower, as well as all-steel bodies gave this car an innovative advantage on just about any other vehicle available at the time. Given their quality and reliability, Dodge quickly became a brand with a solid reputation, by 1916 they were already the second biggest car manufacturer in the US for sales.
The reliability of Dodge vehicles was again proven through the military vehicles the brand supplied for WWI and remained the primary supplier of US military light wheeled vehicles for WWII as well. Despite this success, as well as a previous contract with Ford that saw both brothers well rewarded, the brand was struck by tragedy when both Horace and John passed away in the same year. The brand fell from second place for sales to seventh, and by 1927, thirteenth. The pre-war years saw the brand slowly climb back up the rankings through innovative new stylings of their vehicles including streamlined bodies which were dubbed ‘Wind Stream’. However, just as Dodge was about to launch a new luxury line, WWII broke out.
The war was not without its advantages for Dodge, though. Once again it proved its reputation among military and civilians alike, so much so that the Power Wagon, released in 1945, was an almost unchanged civilian offering of the same military model. While these early post-war days proved fruitful for many car makers, it wasn’t until the 1950s that Chrysler redefined the Dodge with new styling that marked a new era for the brand. Some of the most iconic models for the brand emerged during the next decades, including the Dodge Coronet, Dodge Charger, and, appealing to the muscle car market, the Dodge Challenger.
By the 1990s, Dodge had aligned its image to stylish sports cars as well as sedans that posed stiff competition to those brought to market by Toyota, Honda, and old rival Ford. In the late ‘80s, the brand was merged with Daimler-Benz and saw the release of the Dodge Stratus and a new Challenger. However, the recession hit the brand as much as any other, and by 2009 Chrysler filed for bankruptcy, leaving Dodge open to new owners.
Fiat stepped in in mid 2009 to purchase Dodge and continues to own it today, concentrating on the three core products of the Charger, Challenger, and Durango.
Sell your Dodge
Sell your Dodge with Motorway. Our network of 5,000+ dealers compete to give you their best price*. The best part? it's 100% free.