British Car Auctions. The leader in Car auctions in the UK.
British Car Auctions has 60 years experience in the UK car auction market. From early days as Southern Counties Car Auctions in 1946, through to today as part of BCA (with car auction centres across the UK and European mainland), the company has remained at the very cutting edge of the UK car auctions industry.
With 19 auction centres in the UK and 1500 staff, the company handles over 1 million vehicles every year, generating a turnover in excess of £2 billion.
British Car Auctions holds an enormous range of car auctions in the UK including:
The UK's leading car and commercial vehicle manufacturers all sell with BCA. Regular auctions are held for Audi, BMW, Citroen, Ford, Honda, Jaguar, Land Rover, Peugeot, Renault, Saab, Vauxhall, Volkswagen and many more .
General Sales feature every make model and type of car from a wide range of sources. General car auctions are held daily throughout our UK network.
Prestige Car and Top Car Auctions
UK Prestige and Top Car auctions feature prestige, sporting exotica and executive cars - most with warranted mileage, full service history and accompanying documentation. Included here are Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Saab, Ferrari and many other marques.
Leasing, Contract Hire, and Finance Sales
BCA brings you the biggest range of sales of ex-lease and finance company cars and commercials. From Lloyds TSB Autolease and Bank of Scotland, to LeasePlan and Lex Vehicle Leasing and many more - noboby gives you more stock and more choice, all direct from blue-chip fleet and finance sources.
Classic Car Auctions
BCA holds six Classic car auctions a year in the UK featuring notable and interesting examples of motoring history from around the world, including vintage, veteran and classic motor vehicles.
BCA Approved sales feature cars from known and approved sources, predominantly direct from dealers and local fleets and other selected local vendors. BCA itself checks the source of every single car sold through this special programme.
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