Want to sell your Lamborghini?

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Because the Lamborghini name is synonymous with luxury, it’s likely that many buyers you encounter on your own just want to be near one. That can make selling your Lambo a long, protracted process full of frustration and dead ends.

Try something different this time. Enter your car’s information to get a free, no-obligation quote from We Buy Exotics; not only will we actually follow through on our offer, it’ll be the easiest sale you ever make.

Want to know what your Lamborghini is worth?

Submit your VIN# and a few other details about your car, and you’ll get a cash offer almost instantly.

What are you waiting for? Call (949) 429-7856 or click below to see how much your car is worth now!

Selling a Lamborghini is more work than selling a normal car.

If you’ve tried to sell your Lamborghini yourself but haven’t had much luck, here’s why.

Sure, if you want a lowball offer, head to a dealer.

After all, most dealers don’t care about offering you top dollar—they just want to sell you another car.

Try giving a dealer a call now and see what they are willing to offer you in cash today.

Instead submit your car info to us. We’ll give you an offer in just a few minutes—don’t you want to know what your car is really worth?

Why waste your time trying to sell your car online?

You’ll spend hours posting pictures and writing the perfect description of your car (and paying for listings on each site) only to get emails and calls from tire kickers who just want to take a look at a high-end exotic. Most people never intend to buy your vehicle—which wastes your time and your money.

That’s not even touching the safety issue.

When you’re dealing with a high-dollar vehicle, meeting a shady stranger could end badly. Why not get a legit offer from the comfort (and safety) of your own home from We Buy Exotics?

And what about financing?

While an owner-to-owner sale sounds great, think about what you’ll do if your buyer ends up not having the funds to make the deal. Don’t wait around for banks to approve loans and don’t spend your time haggling with a buyer you can’t trust.
When we give you an offer on your car, we won’t try to bargain you down. The offer you receive is the offer you get.

Why Use We Buy Exotics?

Experience

We have decades of industry experience buying, repairing, owning, and selling high-end luxury cars, plus plenty of happy customers to boot.

Trust

We’re here to offer you convenience, value, honesty, and reliability. We want to save you time and money—and earn your trust doing it.

Convenience

Even better, we’ll do all the work for you. Just enter your vehicle information and wait to receive a legitimate, no-obligation offer. If you decide to sell to us, we’ll send a contract and a representative to pick up your car—that’s right, we’ll come to you.

Selling a Lamborghini has never been more simple.

When you’re ready to sell your luxury car, time is of the essence. You know as well as we do how depreciation works on cars of this caliber: Every day you wait, your car could be losing value. Move fast and get the offer you deserve.

Call (949) 429-7856 or click below to get a cash offer in minutes!

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Selling a Lamborghini isn’t like selling a regular car. After all, it’s one of the most popular car brands in the world, with prices much higher than your average buyer can handle. An Italian car brand, Lamborghini was founded in 1963 to compete with other brands like Ferrari.

Its first 10 years saw astonishing success, but it wasn’t until the ‘80s that the company expanded significantly. Throughout global financial fluctuations, the company has managed to remain stable while still maintaining the value of their brand.

They’re mostly known for their sports cars and, in fact, founder Ferruccio Lamborghini actively chose not to pursue manufacturing motorsport cars, unlike his rival Enzo Ferrari. While this was an unusual choice in the 1960s, Lamborghini was able to focus on their road cars. Eventually, Lamborghini cars were designed and manufactured for Formula 1 racing, but you’re much more likely to see the fighting bull emblem on the road than on the track.