• Where to Find Used Exotic Cars

    Today the shopper has more ways than ever to find used exotic cars. Whether shopping for a Lamborghini or Jaguar, you can take advantage of advertisements and listings in print and on the Internet. The rarity of exotic cars makes them appealing. Consider the following sources:

    • ClassyAuto gives the consumer access to exotic cars across the country, including a 2006 Bentley Continental Flying Spur with 16,400 miles for $94,900 in Florida and a red 1989 Ferrari Testarossa with 50,457 miles for $45,000 in California.
    • The duPontREGISTRY auto section puts the Internet surfer in touch with various dealerships selling exotic cars. After clicking on a particular vehicle, the shopper receives comprehensive details including engine and transmission, exterior and interior color, leather type, sound system, carburation, service history and pictures from different angles.
    • Check the Yahoo! Autos section for used exotic cars, including Lamborghini Diablos and Jalpas. Hundreds of vehicles grace the pages from Connecticut to Nevada to California in beautiful shades of red, yellow, silver and others. Many of the vehicles advertised on this website have links to a vehicle history report.
    • LUXURY CARS.com provides a user-friendly website with easy postal code searches. The vehicle search section prompts the user for make, model, zip code and other variables and delivers a list of vehicles to entice the potential buyer. Click on product offerings of Bentley’s to see a 2006 Continental GT Mulliner with 21,518 miles and a 2002 Arnage with 9,734 miles.
    • For reviews on used exotic car reliability, see automotive.com. The driving experience analysis of a 2006 Aston Martin V8 Vantage includes specification data on its 4.3-liter V8 engine as well as subjective comments like “the low, rumbling sound beckons the driver to kick that gas pedal.”
    • See our website as well for a variety of used exotic car offerings and reviews. Shoppers can browse details of a 2009 Bentley Arnage and others. Vehicle identification numbers provide the potential buyer the ability to verify the car’s accident data.
    • Look at the Classifieds or Automotive section of your local newspaper. You can find listings for specific vehicles that may include the make, year, model, mileage and price. Sometimes the newspaper lists local dealerships according to make, for example Aston Martin. Then you can investigate those sources for the car you want by calling or visiting a listed website.
    • Convenience stores in your area carry Auto Trader and other publications for a few dollars where you can look through listings of domestic and foreign cars. The advertisements list emails or phone numbers for contacting dealers and individual sellers.
    • Check the business directory of your local phone service provider under the heading Automobile Dealers-Used Cars or similar. Often the exotic car makes will appear in the title of the dealership, like Alpine Jaguar in Miami or in the text of an advertisement. They may have the word “exotic” in the dealership name, i.e. Jadelva Exotic Auto in Miami.

    Websites for finding used exotic cars probably number in the thousands, so the above mentioned represent only a few examples. By employing these resources and others you uncover, you can hopefully find the exotic car of your dreams.