Our vehicles come from various sources of supplies (private trade-in, manufacturers, rentals, leasing, dealers, MarketPrice), providing a big diversity on brands.
Typical general characteristics of Dutch cars are:
- Well maintained
- Short travel distances
- Driven on good roads (low wear)
BCA Netherlands sells around 1.000 vehicles every week in open auctions
You can buy with us both digitally as well as participating in our physical sales.
To facilitate your purchase, we have a well segmented and stable sales calendar
Don’t hesitate to check our offer and start buying from us!
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11.00.
Every Wednesday at 11:00.
Every Tuesday at 11.00.
Every Friday at 11.00.
Once every two weeks on Thursday at 11.00.
Every Wednesday at 15.00.
X-Bid every Friday at 13.30.
X-Bid every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 9.30.
X-Bid every Wednesday at 9.30.
Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
All buyer fees are without VAT and applicable for each vehicle bought, including cars from the BCA Euroshop.
A buyer fee of 1,5% of the vehicle price (gross hammer price) is applicable, with a minimum of:
Additional Live Online fee (if applicable):
If you bought a vehicle from The Netherlands, Dutch fiscal laws state what needs to happen if you want to export the car out of The Netherlands. Luxury Tax is placed on certain cars. Criteria for Luxury Tax are the type of vehicle, the NL registration date and the amount of CO2 emission. Luxury Tax is automatically deducted from the hammer price for foreign EU buyers. For Non EU buyers it is not possible to refund Luxury Tax. The amount of Luxury Tax is specified on the invoice and needs to be paid by the customer. Non EU buyers need an Ex. 1 document for crossing the EU border and this document will be provided by BCA.
If you have any questions, please contact our Export Team. Call +31 342 40 45 40 or send an E-mail.
Beware that extra costs, documents, transport and pick up location differ per vehicle category. Therefore we distinguish three vehicle categories:
Category A (with Luxury Tax): Passenger vehicles and motorcycles registered > 16/10/2006 and CO2 emission > 50 grams;
Category B1 (no Luxury Tax): Passenger vehicles and motorcycles registered > 16/10/2006 and CO2 emission < 50 grams,all passenger and motorcycles vehicles registered < 16/10/2006, LCV’s;
Category B2 (no Luxury Tax): Material/truck
MOT application (if a valid one is not on the vehicle)Note: if necessary repair/replacement is needed to obtain a MOT application, you are obligated to pay for these costs as well
Additional export services (optional): for Non-EU Buyers, EUR1 document: € 100,-
See our export document for more information about buyer fees, export handling fees and the export process.
1. Purchase of vehicle
2. Receipt pro forma invoice (you receive a pro forma invoice, because BCA needs to check the remaining Dutch Luxury Tax)
3. Receipt invoice
4. Payment of vehicle invoice (you have to pay your vehicle within 48 hours after receiving the invoice)
5. Preparing delivery:- Category A/B1: Vehicle is transported to Weeze, Germany- Category B2: Material/trucks stay in Barneveld, The Netherlands
6. BCA provides the export documents:- Category A: German export document (7 - 10 working days)- Category B1/B2: Dutch export documents (vehicle information, kilometer report, declaration type of approval)- For non-EU buyers Additional Ex.1 document (for all vehicles with registration number)
7. Receipt pick up confirmation and power of attorney (7-10 working days after payment)*
9. Once the CMR is filled in correctly, BCA sends the export documents by post. In general it takes 2-5 working days.
* Please note, we are depending on governmental authorities for this process. In some cases the process may take longer (for example; MOT, Germanregistration, recalls).
** Beware that after receiving the pickup confirmation and power of attorney you have 11 calendar days to pick the vehicle(s) up. After the deadline of 11 calendar days has passed, the vehicle(s) will automatically be transported by BCA.
Please find below the important details regarding payment and VAT policy.
You will receive the invoice for your Dutch purchase(s) within 24 hours in your e-mail.
After receiving the invoice, you will have 48 hours to pay BCA Netherlands through bank transfer.
BCA Netherlands invoices EU foreign buyers without VAT. Non-EU Buyers will receive invoices including VAT. The VAT will be automatically transferred back when the car crosses EU borders and Ex.1 is scanned.
From April 1st 2020 all cross-border vehicle purchases (except material/trucks) at BCA NL will automatically be transported to Weeze (Germany). As a result, starting from April 1st it will be no longer possible to pick up your vehicles at BCA with your own truck or trailer, from the pickup locations Barneveld and Weeze. Nor will it be possible to arrive at the pickup location and drive away the car yourself. An extra free will be charged for the automatic transport to Weeze. From the pick-up location in Weeze you can choose whether you want your vehicles to be transported to you by BCA ETS or by another third-party internationally certified transport company selected by yourself (if you choose for a third-party internationally certified transport company you need to be aware that after receiving the pickup confirmation and power of attorney you have 11 calendar days to pick the vehicle(s) up. After the deadline of 11 calendar days has passed, the vehicle(s) will automatically be transported by BCA).
You can find our prices and lead times at our website; if you would like, you can also order transport using the transport calculator. BCA will then process your order and send you an invoice. When your vehicle is delivered at your location, you must send the CMR signed and stamped to EUtransport.email@example.com. You will receive the vehicle export documents from BCA NL as soon as your completed CMR has been received.
You make an order for transport with another third-party internationally certified transport company of your choice. Then you need to send BCA a completed power of attorney document, which you will receive from BCA. When your vehicle is delivered at your location, you must send the CMR signed and stamped to EUtransport.firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive the vehicle export documents from BCA NL as soon as your completed CMR has been received.
The car documents are handed over to you or your transport company/driver directly with the purchased car, upon pick-up. We ask you kindly to send us the following proof of export after receiving the vehicle:
If your company is based in an European country, please send a scanned copy of the fulfilled CMR
If your company is not based in an European country, please send a scanned copy of the EX1
Only cars marked as "Qualifying Gross" are susceptible to be invoiced tax-free. Most of the vehicles that are registered after October 15. 2006 have a part BPM (Dutch luxury tax) which you can get back if you import from a EU country. If you have questions, please contact our Export department at +31 (0) 88 - 540 3874.
You don't even have to pay for the BPM. BCA will process the request to get back the BPM.
All original vehicle papers will stay with the car untill the car is exported (on paper). We will send you the vehicle papers by regular mail as soon as we receive the CMR (valid and stamped). Normally, this will take 2 to 5 business days. You can e-mail the CMR to email@example.com
*Germany, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Spain, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, United Kingdom, Sweden, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Czech Republic
Only cars marked as "Qualifying Gross" are susceptible to be invoiced tax-free. Please note that, in order get a tax-free invoice you will have to contract the delivery of your car with a third-party logistic company.
At the moment you pick up your car, you will receive all documents.
For any after-sales information about a Dutch sale or car, feel free to ask your dedicated import team!