Why sell your Porsche 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 Porsche

The Porsche name came from Ferdinand Porsche who worked as a motor engineer lending his skills to other brands in his career like Daimler-Benz, Volkswagen, and Mercedes.  Ferdinand Porsche was something of a trailblazer, designing the first electric/petrol hybrid engine as early as 1900.  Porsche ran an independent design company that, amongst other things, was responsible for the creation of the Volkswagen Beetle in 1931.

Ferdinand had a son called Ferry Porsche who went on to join his father’s company as a draughtsman and test driver.  Rather ironically, he became involved in the design of the first-ever car to bear the Porsche name whilst his father spent twenty months in prison in Dijon in France as a war criminal.  Ferry designed the Porsche sports car and racing cars during his father’s absence to keep the family firm afloat.

The first Porsche was the 356 and had a rear-mounted Volkswagen engine and parts sourced from anywhere else Ferry could find them – this was post-war Europe after all.  The cars were hand-built at Porsche’s headquarters in Austria. The Porsche 356 won its first race a month after leaving the factory.

The flagship vehicle came from Porsche in 1963 with the creation of the iconic Porsche 911 with a two-litre, six-cylinder engine and the advent of this then supercar ended the Porsche production of the 356 two years later.  In 1970, the 911 was replaced by the 914, and then in 1976, the 924.  This iconic car continued in production for Porsche putting it on the map for sales of a world-beating sports car for the general public for more than half a century.  The manufacture of the 911 and its successors represents one of the longest continuous production periods for any car in automotive history.

On the racetrack, Porsche more than held its own during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.  In 1984, Porsche, the brand, went public having been a wholly family-controlled company since its inception.  The Porsche family retained 50% of the shares and in 1988, fifty years after designing the 356, Ferry Porsche died. 

In 1990, Porsche introduced its ‘Tiptronic’ clutchless manual transmission which remained unchallenged as an innovation for nearly two decades before being replaced by the dual-clutch PDK system in the 2009 911 Porsche Carrera.  Porsche has five models on the market, the 911 Carrera, the Boxter, the Cayman, the Cayenne Sports SUV, and the Porsche Panamera.

Client reviews

David - Overseas
Jaguar XF Sportbrake
"Excellent service was provided by Eldon. Very professional throughout. We were selling an imported Jaguar with a significant amount of value in it all while outside the country and Eldon's expertise was invaluable and made it all very easy. The process was also very reassuring - Eldon deposited 95% of the agreed cost in advance of collecting the car which was great for peace of mind, and the remainder was paid immediately on collection. A really good contact to have made, and one we will consider whenever buying or selling a vehicle as well as referring to friends"
Independent rating ★★★★★
Jeremy - Kettering
Land Rover

“A refreshingly efficient and honest company. I recently sold my Land Rover Defender to Barnfield Cars. My dealings with Andrew from the first call   until the deal was concluded was friendly, courteous and swift. I have no hesitation in recommending this company to others"

Independent rating ★★★★★
Jo - Beverley
Land Rover Defender
"Eldon made us a fair offer for our vehicle which we accepted and he efficiently organised the terms of purchase, collection, and payment. Excellent communication throughout. We were very impressed with his service and would highly recommend him to others"
Independent rating ★★★★★
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Porsche -
☆☆☆☆☆

The Porsche name came from Ferdinand Porsche who worked as a motor engineer lending his skills to other brands in his career like Daimler-Benz, Volkswagen, and Mercedes.  Ferdinand Porsche was something of a trailblazer, designing the first electric/petrol hybrid engine as early as 1900.  Porsche ran an independent design company that, amongst other things, was responsible for the creation of the Volkswagen Beetle in 1931.

Ferdinand had a son called Ferry Porsche who went on to join his father’s company as a draughtsman and test driver.  Rather ironically, he became involved in the design of the first-ever car to bear the Porsche name whilst his father spent twenty months in prison in Dijon in France as a war criminal.  Ferry designed the Porsche sports car and racing cars during his father’s absence to keep the family firm afloat.

The first Porsche was the 356 and had a rear-mounted Volkswagen engine and parts sourced from anywhere else Ferry could find them – this was post-war Europe after all.  The cars were hand-built at Porsche’s headquarters in Austria. The Porsche 356 won its first race a month after leaving the factory.

The flagship vehicle came from Porsche in 1963 with the creation of the iconic Porsche 911 with a two-litre, six-cylinder engine and the advent of this then supercar ended the Porsche production of the 356 two years later.  In 1970, the 911 was replaced by the 914, and then in 1976, the 924.  This iconic car continued in production for Porsche putting it on the map for sales of a world-beating sports car for the general public for more than half a century.  The manufacture of the 911 and its successors represents one of the longest continuous production periods for any car in automotive history.

On the racetrack, Porsche more than held its own during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.  In 1984, Porsche, the brand, went public having been a wholly family-controlled company since its inception.  The Porsche family retained 50% of the shares and in 1988, fifty years after designing the 356, Ferry Porsche died. 

In 1990, Porsche introduced its ‘Tiptronic’ clutchless manual transmission which remained unchallenged as an innovation for nearly two decades before being replaced by the dual-clutch PDK system in the 2009 911 Porsche Carrera.  Porsche has five models on the market, the 911 Carrera, the Boxter, the Cayman, the Cayenne Sports SUV, and the Porsche Panamera.

Janet - Hertfordshire
Porsche 718
Independent rating ★★★★★

“Many thanks for the excellent service today.  Everything was executed in they way you both said it would  – there was no hassle with the transfer of funds and I appreciated your professionalism throughout the process.  I will certainly recommend you to any of my friends”

Client reviews

Paul - Hampshire
Range Rover

“Having always part exchanged our cars in the past we were very dubious when Barnfield Cars offered us a cash deal for our RR but our fears were soon allayed after speaking with the partners – The entire process from start to finish was seamless and carried out in a very professional and efficient way.
They flew down from Manchester to Southampton to collect the car and the money was in our bank account by the time he landed which I couldn’t believe. It’s very rare these days to come across organisations that conduct business in such an honest and trustworthy manner and I never thought I’d be saying that about a car dealership but they have restored my faith. I couldn’t recommend it highly enough
"

Independent rating ★★★★★
James - The Peak District
Land Rover

“As a wildlife photographer I need a 4 wheel drive. I have used Barnfield 3 times now and each time I have bought a car I am convinced I have got a great deal, and it’s a joy to deal with someone who is not one of those slick oiled sales people at the main dealers. Eldon is a great chap to deal, he’s honest and straightforward to deal with and I will without doubt continue to buy my cars from him whenever I need one. Why the hell can’t other car dealers be like this!!!”

Independent rating ★★★★★
Philip - Wigan
Audi

“I would say Barnfield Cars are the best Car Dealer that I have bought a Car from.
I received good honest service and would recommend them to anybody looking at buying a car. Many Thanks” 

Independent rating ★★★★★
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Porsche -
☆☆☆☆☆

The Porsche name came from Ferdinand Porsche who worked as a motor engineer lending his skills to other brands in his career like Daimler-Benz, Volkswagen, and Mercedes.  Ferdinand Porsche was something of a trailblazer, designing the first electric/petrol hybrid engine as early as 1900.  Porsche ran an independent design company that, amongst other things, was responsible for the creation of the Volkswagen Beetle in 1931.

Ferdinand had a son called Ferry Porsche who went on to join his father’s company as a draughtsman and test driver.  Rather ironically, he became involved in the design of the first-ever car to bear the Porsche name whilst his father spent twenty months in prison in Dijon in France as a war criminal.  Ferry designed the Porsche sports car and racing cars during his father’s absence to keep the family firm afloat.

The first Porsche was the 356 and had a rear-mounted Volkswagen engine and parts sourced from anywhere else Ferry could find them – this was post-war Europe after all.  The cars were hand-built at Porsche’s headquarters in Austria. The Porsche 356 won its first race a month after leaving the factory.

The flagship vehicle came from Porsche in 1963 with the creation of the iconic Porsche 911 with a two-litre, six-cylinder engine and the advent of this then supercar ended the Porsche production of the 356 two years later.  In 1970, the 911 was replaced by the 914, and then in 1976, the 924.  This iconic car continued in production for Porsche putting it on the map for sales of a world-beating sports car for the general public for more than half a century.  The manufacture of the 911 and its successors represents one of the longest continuous production periods for any car in automotive history.

On the racetrack, Porsche more than held its own during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.  In 1984, Porsche, the brand, went public having been a wholly family-controlled company since its inception.  The Porsche family retained 50% of the shares and in 1988, fifty years after designing the 356, Ferry Porsche died. 

In 1990, Porsche introduced its ‘Tiptronic’ clutchless manual transmission which remained unchallenged as an innovation for nearly two decades before being replaced by the dual-clutch PDK system in the 2009 911 Porsche Carrera.  Porsche has five models on the market, the 911 Carrera, the Boxter, the Cayman, the Cayenne Sports SUV, and the Porsche Panamera.

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!