Selling Your Truck FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions about How to Sell a Truck

What does Turners sell?

We sell any kind of car, truck, van or motorbike or machinery. It doesn’t matter how old or new it is, or what condition it’s in. We can also sell rare, classic and exotic vehicles. We even sell damaged vehicles!
If you want to sell an asset, call your nearest Turners branch.

How do I sell an asset through auction?

Selling by auction is easy – we take care of everything, including advertising, buyer negotiations and change of ownership.
Learn more about selling by auction.

If I'm selling by auction, how do I set my reserve?

Our auction consultant will help you decide on a fair reserve price.
Before you set your reserve, it pays to do some research. Here are a few tips for getting to grips with asset values:

Research on our website: There are hundreds of assets on our website, with estimated auction values and Buy Now prices for you to review.

Attend an auction: Anyone can attend our public auctions (or watch online via Turners Live) to see what assets sell for. Find upcoming auctions.

Get a valuation: We offer auction sellers a free valuation to help set their auction reserve.

How do I know I’m getting a fair price for my asset?

Valuations are done by our experienced consultants, who are expert in asset values.
To book a valuation, call or email your nearest Turners branch.

Will Turners advertise my vehicle?

All of the assets we sell are advertised on our website and on many other major vehicle sales websites in New Zealand.

What are Seller’s Fees?

When you sell a asset at one of our auctions, we charge a Seller’s Fee that covers the time we spend managing the sale process – from marketing your asset to arranging the change of ownership. We also charge an administration fee each time the asset goes through an auction. View our Seller’s Fees.

What Terms and Conditions apply when selling by auction?

There are a number of Terms and Conditions that apply to sale by auction.
View our Vendor Terms and Conditions.