Knowing the condition of the vehicle
It is recommended that you consult the mechanical and damage report and know how the degree of valuation of the vehicles works. Also check the photographs of the vehicle, as they will give you more information about the condition of the vehicle. In addition, the Comments field is vital in the purchase process, as it contains very relevant information, for example:
- Vehicles traded as "Sold as is" condition.
- The status of the documentation (whether it is "ready for transfer" or has any reported issues).
- Other important comments that may not be included in the "Car Check" report.
- The estimated amount of the internal and external expertise.
Cases in which no claims are admissible
The "Sold as is" vehicles are not subject to claims in the case of discrepancies in mechanical condition or damage. The technical description of the "Sold as is" vehicles is indicative and intended for professional car dealers. It is important to bear this in mind when bidding, as there is a certain risk to be assumed by the buyer.
Wear and tear elements of the vehicle, such as batteries, tyres, shock absorbers, bearings, tyres, brakes, etc., are excluded from any claim.
We do not make overhauls
BCA does not carry out any maintenance or repair work prior to the sale of a vehicle. BCA only sells to professionals and all vehicles must be overhauled and reconditioned before they are marketed. The professional buyer is responsible for carrying out the necessary improvements, as well as checking the state of the documentation before driving the vehicle or proceeding to market it to the end customer, under the conditions established by Law.