Bid on Cheap Used Cars in Texas at Wholesale Auto Auctions
Save the most money by buying a used car or truck at a public auto auction in Texas. Locations near Dallas / Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, El Paso, Austin, and more. Texas car auctions are a lot of fun and easy for first-time bidders.
Come buy where all the dealers come to buy their inventory. You can also come on non-sale days to purchase a vehicle without having to attend the auction. Auto auctions sell cars to the public all week long. Buy before the auction starts ahead of the crowds and save $$$ – it’s easy! Buying cars at auction is not as difficult as it may look.
Come early and inspect all the inventory ready for sale. You can even bring a mechanic to inspect the car for you. Hundreds of new and used car dealer trade-ins, bank repos auctioned weekly. New vehicles arrive daily. Auctions provide a very safe and enjoyable opportunity to save hundreds to thousands of dollars buying your next vehicle.
Other sources for cheap used cars, such as Craigslist, can be much more time consuming and even dangerous. At a public car auction, you can inspect hundreds of vehicles in one day and cherry pick the one you want the most. When contacting private sellers on the internet, you can waste a lot of time running around and looking at only a single vehicle at a time. Also, as anyone who follows the news knows, Craigslist meetings often result in theft or other violent crimes.
Come in and talk with friendly auction staff members about how the fun and exciting auto auction process works. Each location will gladly walk you through the process so do not worry if you are not experienced with auto auctions. Thank you for the opportunity to serve your buying needs.
Reminder: You can come and view auction cars on non-sale days. No high pressure sales tactics, just look at auction cars and trucks and you are welcome to buy it right on the spot without attending the auction. It’s easy!
Learn How to Buy Cars in Texas at Auctions
Car auctions are actually quite simple and they will always accommodate first-time bidders. Never hesitate to ask questions upfront and look closely over the posted auction rules when registering to bid. Car auctions without dealer license requirements are pretty common in Texas, including Dallas / Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, and more.
Can I buy an auction car in Texas and ship it to me in another state?
Of course, this is actually very common now. Check out car shippers in Texas to get a car transport quote. You can hire various types of car carriers in Texas, including open haul trailers and enclosed car hauling for high value vehicles and classic cars.
What am I required to bring, as a public buyer?
You will require a current driver’s license and your form of payment. Contact the auction location you plan to visit to verify what forms they accept. Most auto auctions in Texas take Cash and/or major Credit/Debit cards.
How come the cars are so inexpensive? Are they flood damaged or salvaged cars?
Public auto auctions do not sell any flood damaged vehicles. This is a common myth about public auto auctions. All of the cars are ran through Autocheck or CarFAX to verify that they have clean titles and do not have any salvage history. Auctions cars are cheaper than CarMAX or Craigslist because they sell in high volume and most cars sold at auctions are sold at “wholesale” value which is much less than retail and private owner value. You can save thousands by cutting out the middle man and purchasing your car straight from an auction.
May auction cars in Texas are from police impounds, title pawn repos, trade-ins, or off-lease vehicles. These are then sold to the public cheaply in order to sell them as quickly as possible.
How do I view your inventory online? How do I find out the prices of cars?
Click here to view used cars and trucks up for auction. If you see a car you are interested in, call the auction with the run number from the car listing(Example: A1 or A2) and they will give you the price.
Do the cars have a fixed priced or do they sell for what they bring in the auction?
Most of the cars and trucks at auto auctions will have a set “reserve” price. Much like on eBay Motors, this is the minimum that the seller will take for the vehicle. However, most reserve prices are flexible and negotiable. So if the reserve is more than you are willing to pay, you are welcome to make an offer and the auction will negotiate on your behalf with the seller.
Be sure to visit our Car Auction Buying & Selling Tips Site for advice and guides for buying at an auto auction in the United States. Hurry, because used cars do not last long at Texas Bank Repo Auctions! It’s fun to learn how to buy cars at auction and you can save money in the process.