Why sell your BMW to Barnfield

Get paid instantly & securely

Before collecting your car the money is always in your account or with the finance company. We pay securely via HSBC electronic payments.

100% Accurate pricing

Your vehicle is accurately considered by a real person, not a computer, taking into account specification, condition, service history, and provenance.

Over three decades of expertise

Expertise dating back to 1989, covering all prestige, sports, and 4×4 brands from Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Range Rover, Volkswagen & Volvo.

A better price for your car

Unlike many online portals like webuyanycar who send your car to an auction or a broker that takes a commission. At Barnfield, you receive every penny.

We don't charge any fees

All our transactions are fee-free, with no admin fee, no bank transfer fee, no express payment fee, and no collection fee.

Forget the hassle of selling privately

No need to spend hours cleaning your car, taking photos, filling out online forms, setting up online listings, and shelling out on advertising costs, waiting for no-shows, or risking a highjacking on a test drive!

About BMW

BMW has been making cars for over one hundred years. Starting production in 1916, BMW’s first product was an aircraft engine which reflected that era plus the fact that Germany lacked aero engines for this fledgling military service.  The legendary fighter pilot, the Red Baron, described BMW’s plane engines as “the greatest engine” and rather ironically, the company became involved in making car engines after the end of the First World War only because they were banned from making military equipment under the Treaty of Versailles.  The rest, as they say, is history.

The first car engines rolled off the production line in 1928 as BMW spent the time between 1918 and 1928 making engines for motorcycles. Much of BMW’s success rests on the production of their 4-cylinder engine although their highest performing cars all feature 6-cylinder engines.  BMW’s German headquarters were built in a design that resembles the four cylinders of a car engine.

After the Second World War, BMW did not thrive and was nearly acquired by Mercedes Benz in 1959, saved at the eleventh hour by a private investor.  Since then, the company has gone from strength to strength.  Always, innovators, BMW built its first electric car in 1972, well ahead of the curve but the car never came to market as the range was limited to 37 miles.  In 1994, BMW acquired the British brand, Rover, and now produces the iconic Land Rover and Mini brands, followed by Rolls Royce in 2003.

BMW uses the slogan, “the ultimate driving machine” – this has been their tag line for over 35 years.  BMW is known for its different series numbers and still manufactures parts for its old vehicles going back to the 1940s for collectors as well as producing unique designs like the CSL, frequently compared to the legendary batmobile, and the Z1 which has doors that slide vertically up and down. 

BMW does not shy away from design and innovation implementing a marriage of hybrid and electric technology with the futuristic i8 which claims a top speed of 150mph even though this is not technically permitted. BMW anticipates that by 2026, 25% of its sales will be of hybrid and electric vehicles.

Client reviews

Alex - Manchester
Range Rover

“Selling any car over £30k is not easy – as anyone with this amount of money to spend (either with cash or via finance) will be skeptical about parting with this amount cash to a private seller. So if you have a Range Rover to sell I recommend employing Eldon and Andrew to help. They both came over to Manchester to collect my car, left me with all the relevant paperwork, and promoted it via the Barnfield Cars showroom. As they drove away I was wondering if I had made the right decision – but rest assured within just 4-5 weeks the car was sold via the showroom. I had a few minor scratches on the paintwork which were covered by my bodywork insurance policy and Eldon was accommodating in allowing the technician to carry out the work in the showroom. I had finance on my car and Eldon settled this for me with the proceeds from the new owner. I am very grateful. Thanks, guys, and I hope you carry on helping lots of other customers like myself for a long time”

Independent rating ★★★★★
Paul - Herts
VW Golf R
"The attention to detail didn't go unnoticed, from first conversation through to collection, thanks guys and I will have no hesitation to recommend Barnfield Cars"
Independent rating ★★★★★
Jon - Henley
Land Rover

“I sold my wife’s much loved land rover defender to Barnfield cars. I dealt with Eldon, who I found to be very professional and helpful. He did everything he said he would and was very reliable. Once a deal was agreed over the phone a deposit was in my account within a few hours. I would recommend anyone to deal with them for buying or selling cars. Great service guys!”

Independent rating ★★★★★
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BMW -
☆☆☆☆☆

BMW has been making cars for over one hundred years. Starting production in 1916, BMW’s first product was an aircraft engine which reflected that era plus the fact that Germany lacked aero engines for this fledgling military service.  The legendary fighter pilot, the Red Baron, described BMW’s plane engines as “the greatest engine” and rather ironically, the company became involved in making car engines after the end of the First World War only because they were banned from making military equipment under the Treaty of Versailles.  The rest, as they say, is history.

The first car engines rolled off the production line in 1928 as BMW spent the time between 1918 and 1928 making engines for motorcycles. Much of BMW’s success rests on the production of their 4-cylinder engine although their highest performing cars all feature 6-cylinder engines.  BMW’s German headquarters were built in a design that resembles the four cylinders of a car engine.

After the Second World War, BMW did not thrive and was nearly acquired by Mercedes Benz in 1959, saved at the eleventh hour by a private investor.  Since then, the company has gone from strength to strength.  Always, innovators, BMW built its first electric car in 1972, well ahead of the curve but the car never came to market as the range was limited to 37 miles.  In 1994, BMW acquired the British brand, Rover, and now produces the iconic Land Rover and Mini brands, followed by Rolls Royce in 2003.

BMW uses the slogan, “the ultimate driving machine” – this has been their tag line for over 35 years.  BMW is known for its different series numbers and still manufactures parts for its old vehicles going back to the 1940s for collectors as well as producing unique designs like the CSL, frequently compared to the legendary batmobile, and the Z1 which has doors that slide vertically up and down. 

BMW does not shy away from design and innovation implementing a marriage of hybrid and electric technology with the futuristic i8 which claims a top speed of 150mph even though this is not technically permitted. BMW anticipates that by 2026, 25% of its sales will be of hybrid and electric vehicles.

Ollie - London
BMW M2
Independent rating ★★★★★

“Outstanding Service, Sold my car to them, top price was paid, finance settled and car collected, less than 12 hours after agreeing the deal!”

Client reviews

Paul - Holland Park
Land Rover

“Buying my Land Rover from Barnfield Cars was a very pleasant experience – much better than a recent experience with Stratstone in Stoke. Eldon at Barnfield was helpful and informative at every step, and has continued to be since the purchase”

Independent rating ★★★★★
Nick - Essex
Range Rover

“Where do I start…the company maybe Barnfield Cars but it is the man that makes it what it is…excellent! Words can not describe the wonderful experience Eldon gave us from start to finish. Above and beyond goes no way to describe the overall personal service and what a pleasure it was to buy our car. Why would you go anyway else. Eldon puts main dealerships to shame and presents a level of service that all should aspire to but very few could achieve. No matter where you live in the country this is the man to buy your car from. I am now a customer for life. Thank you Eldon” 

Independent rating ★★★★★
Simon - Basingstoke
Range Rover

“I would highly recommend Barnfield Cars if you are looking to buy or sell a vehicle. They recently purchased my Range Rover Evoque and throughout the process were completely professional making a deposit to secure the vehicle and finalising the purchase quickly and efficiently. Their communications throughout were first class and they paid more than the dealer trade-in price or the web based car purchasers”

Independent rating ★★★★★
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BMW -
☆☆☆☆☆

BMW has been making cars for over one hundred years. Starting production in 1916, BMW’s first product was an aircraft engine which reflected that era plus the fact that Germany lacked aero engines for this fledgling military service.  The legendary fighter pilot, the Red Baron, described BMW’s plane engines as “the greatest engine” and rather ironically, the company became involved in making car engines after the end of the First World War only because they were banned from making military equipment under the Treaty of Versailles.  The rest, as they say, is history.

The first car engines rolled off the production line in 1928 as BMW spent the time between 1918 and 1928 making engines for motorcycles. Much of BMW’s success rests on the production of their 4-cylinder engine although their highest performing cars all feature 6-cylinder engines.  BMW’s German headquarters were built in a design that resembles the four cylinders of a car engine.

After the Second World War, BMW did not thrive and was nearly acquired by Mercedes Benz in 1959, saved at the eleventh hour by a private investor.  Since then, the company has gone from strength to strength.  Always, innovators, BMW built its first electric car in 1972, well ahead of the curve but the car never came to market as the range was limited to 37 miles.  In 1994, BMW acquired the British brand, Rover, and now produces the iconic Land Rover and Mini brands, followed by Rolls Royce in 2003.

BMW uses the slogan, “the ultimate driving machine” – this has been their tag line for over 35 years.  BMW is known for its different series numbers and still manufactures parts for its old vehicles going back to the 1940s for collectors as well as producing unique designs like the CSL, frequently compared to the legendary batmobile, and the Z1 which has doors that slide vertically up and down. 

BMW does not shy away from design and innovation implementing a marriage of hybrid and electric technology with the futuristic i8 which claims a top speed of 150mph even though this is not technically permitted. BMW anticipates that by 2026, 25% of its sales will be of hybrid and electric vehicles.

Get paid instantly & securely

Before collecting your car the money is always in your account or with the finance company. We pay securely via HSBC electronic payments.

Over three decades of expertise

Expertise dating back to 1989, covering all prestige, sports, and 4×4 brands from Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Range Rover, Volkswagen & Volvo.

We don't charge any fees

All our transactions are fee-free, with no admin fee, no bank transfer fee, no express payment fee, and no collection fee.

100% Accurate pricing

Your vehicle is accurately considered by a real person, not a computer, taking into account specification, condition, service history, and provenance.

A better price for your car

Unlike many online portals like webuyanycar who send your car to an auction or a broker that takes a commission. At Barnfield, you receive every penny.

Forget the hassle of selling privately

No need to spend hours cleaning your car, taking photos, filling out online forms, setting up online listings, and shelling out on advertising costs, waiting for no-shows, or risking a highjacking on a test drive!