Bells Crossgar Motors
Vehicle Valuation Get your free, quick valuation in a matter of minutes.
How It Works
Step 1 Vehicle Details Enter your registration plate and we'll lookup your vehicle. Just confirm it's the right one and enter your mileage.
Step 2 Your Details Complete our easy form to enter your name contact details so we can provide your valuation.
Step 3 Your Valuation We'll provide you with your guide price valuation - all subject to inspection and our usual terms.

Value Your Vehicle | Bells Crossgar Motors | County Down

Interested in doing a part-exchange deal against your new car? Use our valuation tool today to find out how much your current vehicle is worth.


Once you know the value of your vehicle, it’s much easier to budget for your next purchase.



A vehicle’s value is determined by a number of factors including its make, model, age and condition. Our tool takes all of these into consideration to give you the most accurate figure possible without physically assessing the car. Simply type in your vehicle’s registration number and click ‘Value my vehicle’. You will then be asked to add the car’s mileage, which is used to assess the general condition of your vehicle. Type in your mileage and click ‘continue’, then add a few contact details and press ‘Get My Valuation’. You will be given a figure and our team may contact you to talk you through your options for a part exchange.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by phone on 02844 833 233, email or instantly over Live Chat.



How can I reduce the depreciation of my current car?

No part-exchange car is the same, but in a general sense there are actually many ways in which you can reduce the depreciation of your current car, such as:

  • Keeping the mileage down
  • Ensuring your vehicle is kept in good condition
  • Regular car servicing / Full service history
  • Having all service records to hand

4x4s and SUVs are the best vehicles on the road for holding their value and on average retain 46.6% of their original value after three years of ownership.

What documents will I need to sell my car?

If you have agreed a price with us for your old car, you'll need to let the DVLA know you’re no longer the registered keeper. This is extremely important as without doing this, you could be responsible for any fines incurred by the new owner of your car. You can do this by filling in the tear off section of the V5C and sending it to the DVLA’s office. The rest of the V5C is taken by the new owner. Also remember to pass over the handbook and any servicing records, or warranty details you have have on your part-exchange if this is applicable to you.

You should also cancel your current insurance or have it transferred to your new vehicle, whilst claiming any tax back on your old car. We can assist you through this whole process though!