AM Online

'Sell your jamjar' launches new website

Sell your jamjar logo

Online car buying website, Sell your jamjar, has launched a new website.

The company was established in 1999 as the UK's first online car buying service before the marketplace rapidly grew in popularity in 2006.

Sell your jamjar will buy any car regardless of the make, model, mileage, age or condition and will collect any vehicle nationwide for free.

The new website has been built in a responsive design which mean customers can comfortably navigate the website on mobile, tablet and desktop.

Pages on the new site will also load faster and another improvement is that all web copy will be on infinite scroll so rather than clicking through several pages, users can scroll down the entire piece, which is practical when browsing online from a smaller screen.

Andy King, managing director at Sell your jamjar, said: "The redesign provides a better layout, less clutter, more images, improved organisation, more intuitive navigation and arranges the presentation of all content in the best way for our customers.  

"A substantial number of consumers browse the web and search on multiple devices throughout the day. Mobile is by far the dominant platform for us and a meaningful percentage of our users are mobile-only.

"We wanted to take action and make the overall user experience the best it can be in our cross-device marketplace to maintain our status as the UK's online car buying service market leader."

The three-step process to get a valuation remains the same. Entering the vehicle registration number and filling in basic personal details will take around 30 seconds from start to finish.

Customers get an instant online valuation with the use of text and email to confirm their online quoted valuation. Once an amount is agreed the customer receives a secure online payment for their vehicle upon collection.

Sell your jamjar has more than 300 collection operators UK wide and value vehicles in every market sector, reviewing each vehicle independently. The service offers a free collection and bank transfer with no administration fees.

If you are not a registered user your comment will go to AM for approval before publishing. To avoid this requirement please register or login.

Login to comment


No comments have been made yet.